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Bleeding when going to the loo - reassure me

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Queencat Fri 04-Apr-14 16:21:33

The last few times I've been to the toilet and wipes myself there is bleeding and my bottom is really sore.

I can't get a doctors appointment, has anyone else had this? And could it just be piles?


Shewhomustobeyed Fri 04-Apr-14 16:26:45

Yes - this could just be piles.

Till you get your doctor's appointment, you could either go to a gp walk-in centre or talk to a pharmacist (who are also very good sources of information).

Hope you feel better soon.

Pagwatch Fri 04-Apr-14 16:26:50

Well yes it could just be piles. But it is worth getting checked out if you are not prone to piles.

Hawkinzy Fri 04-Apr-14 16:35:06

Is the blood bright red? If so it's more than likely to be a fissure or piles.

Queencat Fri 04-Apr-14 16:48:21

Yes bright red like a period. Sorry I'm cringing I hate talking about things like this!

Hawkinzy Fri 04-Apr-14 17:08:39

This may make you cringe a bit more smile When you go to the toilet does it feel like you're passing glass shards or razors? From experience (blush) that's probably a fissure and they flippin' hurt! Can you not get a doctors appointment at all?

Queencat Fri 04-Apr-14 17:18:15

It stings a lot and very painful. No appointments this week not until next Friday. It's not an emergency apparently.

Canihaveaslice Fri 04-Apr-14 22:29:31

It does sound like internal piles or fissure. Your gp will probably do an examination just to check, it's always best to get bleeding checked out just incase

Charlie01234 Fri 04-Apr-14 22:53:13

Bright red blood and stinging would indicate piles or fissure I think. Try not to panic - just get checked.

flow4 Sat 05-Apr-14 22:01:32

Here's some reassurance... smile I went to the doc with similar symptoms, except I had some darker blood too. I got a same day emergency appointment when I described my symptoms, which freaked me out a bit. The doc examined me (a finger and a sort of periscope up my bum!) and said she thought it was internal piles but wanted to refer me for a sigmoidoscopy (camera exam) just to be sure. I had that this week, and although it wasn't pleasant, everything was fine - I just have piles - and I have been discharged.
Good luck! smile

greeneyedcat Sun 06-Apr-14 15:00:14

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