I had this problem for few years now. Usually when I take a **** and wipe there is always blood on the toilet paper. I would say like 80% of the time. Maybe its the way a wipe, because even if I don't take a **** and wipe i would start seeing blood. Its not like i use sand paper or wipe really hard. Before it would really hurt to wipe, but now the pain seems to have stopped. It would only bleed a little like I would not have blood dripping or anything. Is this just a hemorrhoid or something else?
You should probably see your GP as rectal bleeds have varying causes.
A simple digital rectal exam and anoscopy would let your doc see into your rectum. If nothing is found your doc may recommend a colonoscopy or flexible sigmoidoscopy to have a look to find the source of the bleeding - without further investigation there's no way to tell.
Hopefully you'll see a doc to set your mind at ease.
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