Massive blood from the anus

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Error: This is required. Error: Not a valid value. It is common to see blood on the toilet paper, around the faeces, or in the toilet after a bowel motion. This is known as rectal bleeding and it can occur for many reasons. Most of the time rectal bleeding is not a sign of a serious illness, but it is important to see your doctor. Rectal bleeding means bleeding from your back passage anus when you go to the toilet and pass faeces.
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Rectal Bleeding

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Rectal Bleeding in Adults, Blood in Stool. Information | Patient

Rectal bleeding , also known as haematochezia , refers to the passage of bright blood often mixed with clots or stools via the rectum. The rectum is the final 15cm of the colon large intestine where faeces accumulate before being expelled from the body via the anal canal. Rectal bleeding can be due to bleeding from anywhere in the lower gastrointestinal tract namely the colon, rectum or anus. Unfortunately not all these people report their symptoms to their doctors, which is dangerous as a small proportion of rectal bleeding is due to an underlying colorectal carcinoma. The majority of cases, however, will be due to a self-limiting condition affecting the anus or rectum, but it is still important that you see a doctor. The severity of rectal bleeding varies widely. Some people will only have a few small drops of blood that stain the toilet water or are detected on wiping, whilst others will pass several bowel motions containing large quantities of blood and clots.
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Lower Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage

Rectal bleeding or haematochezia is the passage of fresh blood per rectum. It is generally caused by bleeding from the lower gastrointestinal tract , but may occur in patients with large upper GI bleeds or from small bowel lesions. The causes of rectal bleeding range from benign to life-threatening disease and can result in significant haemodynamic instability if not managed appropriately. In this article, we shall look at the causes, key clinical features, investigations, and management of haematochezia. Diverticulosis is the most common cause of lower gastrointestinal bleeding.
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Lower gastrointestinal tract bleeding is a condition in which there is bleeding from the lower part of the digestive system, specifically the large bowel, the rectum or the anus. Elderly people and people with a history of diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease and colon or rectum cancer develop this condition more commonly. The treatment depends upon the cause of the bleeding, but almost always includes replacement of fluid and blood and, if possible, finding the source and stopping the bleeding.
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