Loss of blood after, during excretion?

Passing blood during or after excretion means you are suffering from bleeding piles, a condition caused by varicose veins inside or just outside the rectum. The main reason for piles or hemorrhoids is chronic constipation. You need to get rid of the problem as soon as possible because the blood lost in piles is quite severe. To make up for the loss of blood, you can consume beetroot, spinach, and dates in abundance. You will also need to make sure that you are not constipated. For that, consume lots of fibrous foods to ensure that you excrete at least twice a day without any pressure or pain. Constipation and piles are usually caused by a lack of intake of fibrous foods, eating excessive spices and condiments, excessive caffeine, sitting or standing in one place for long hours, and eating foods that cannot be digested easily. Eating too late at night or starving for prolonged hours also causes constipation. To avoid constipation and prevent piles, you must eat lots of green leafy vegetables, fresh fruits, raw vegetables, and drink lots of water. You also need to be as active physically as possible. It will make your bowel movements easier. Also, do not lie down straight after eating; you must take a walk for about 15 minutes after eating and sleep only after a gap of two hours. Consuming buttermilk after meals also promotes digestion. Mental tension is also known to cause constipation and piles; so, always be as stress and tension free as you can.

There are many ways in which you can treat the problem of piles. Soak four dry figs in water overnight and consume them along with water on an empty stomach, the next morning. Then soak four more figs in the morning and have them in a similar manner after keeping them for 12 hours. Follow this remedy for four weeks and you will see a difference. You can also boil 20 grams of sesame seeds in 500 ml of water and drink it everyday to treat piles. White radish is also beneficial in the treatment of piles. You can have radish juice with a pinch of salt in doses of approximately 90 ml twice a day. Ginger is also beneficial in treating most problems related to digestion. To use it for treating piles, mix ½ teaspoon of ginger juice, mint juice and lime juice each along with one tablespoon honey and consume it daily.

answered by M W

Loss of blood during and after passing stools can be a sign of a very serious problem, and you should visit a doctor immediately. This is not something that can be solved by using home remedies. There may be some home remedies and lifestyle changes that will help you manage whatever condition you are suffering from, and may also prevent it from recurring. But right now, it is very important to get a proper medical opinion and treatment from a medical professional, as home remedies can only be a supplement.

One strong possibility is that you have very severe hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are basically inflamed tissues in the rectal and anal area. The causes are varied, but frequent constipation or even diarrhea is a common cause. In a large number of cases, hypertension and obesity contribute to the problem. Excessive consumption of alcohol and tobacco is also thought to contribute to the development and worsening of hemorrhoids. If you suffer from any of these problems, then there is a good chance that the bleeding is because of hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are usually associated with pain or at least discomfort, in a large number of cases there are no symptoms for a long time, till something serious, such as bleeding occurs. This is because internal hemorrhoids do not really cause any trouble in passing stools, and it is only when the hemorrhoid starts to bleed that the person notices the problem, through the presence of blood in the stools. If the problem is mild, then no real treatment is necessary apart from dietary modification to prevent constipation or diarrhea. However, since you are passing blood, you should get checked by a doctor, as there is a good chance the condition is severe. In this case, depending on the degree of severity, you may need medicated creams or some sort of surgical procedure.

However, passing blood is not always an indication of hemorrhoids. The problem may be an anal fissure, which is simply a tear in the anus - this may heal on its own, but it could also get infected and require medical treatment. Other similar problems could also cause bleeding when passing stools. If the blood in the stool is blackish in color (rather than fresh blood, as in the case of hemorrhoids), then the problem is higher up in the digestive tract. In this case, you may have severe stomach ulcers or some other similar problem.

answered by M W

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