The following Conditions are related to Rectal bleeding
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- Colitis, ulcerative
Most people with ulcerative colitis have mild to moderate symptoms. The course of ulcerative colitis may vary, with some people having long periods of remission. Types Doctors often classify ulcerative colitis according to its location. Types of ulcerative colitis include: Ulcerative proctitis. Inflammation is confined to the area closest to the anus (rectum), and rectal bleeding may be the only sign of the disea Read More
- Colon cancer (colorectal cancer)
Colon cancer (colorectal cancer) is also named colorectal cancer that begins in the rectum or can also be named bowel cancer or rectal cancer. Colon means the large intestine, and this cancer begins in the large intestine. This is included in the digestive tract. A small, noncancerous clump of cells, i.e., polyps formed inside the colon, is the starting point of the color cancer, and therefore doctors generally advise removing Read More
- Multiple polyposis of the colon
However, some people with colon polyps may experience: Rectal bleeding. This can be a sign of colon polyps or cancer or other conditions, such as hemorrhoids or minor tears of the anus. Change in stool color. Blood can show up as red streaks in your stool or make stool appear black. A change in color may also be caused by certain foods, medications or dietary supplements. Change in bowel habits. Constipation Read More