Blood from the anal

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Everything You Need to Know About Rectal Hemorrhage

Bleeding from the bottom (rectal bleeding) - NHS

Going to a Cleveland Clinic location? Typically, you notice rectal bleeding on toilet paper, in the water of the toilet bowl or in your stool. Appointments Looking down into a toilet and seeing blood can be alarming. Your mind might go to many places as alarm bells ring that something is wrong. This is often rectal bleeding.

Rectal bleeding

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.
Back to Health A to Z. A small amount of one-off bleeding from the bottom is not usually a serious problem. But a GP can check. They can arrange a phone call from a nurse or doctor if you need one. Go to