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ThaBaTTiWoMAN
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okay when i *poop* and *wipe* (lol) it always looks like blood on the *toilet paper* im not on my peroid or anything. i had it about 2 weeks ago. what is it from?
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volcomgirl
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it maybe because you are constipated
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Gumdrop Girl
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if the blood is fresh and bright red, your anus may be tearing. Volcom makes a good point. Are you constipated? If you don't eat enough fiber or don't drink enough water, your stools can get really dry and hard-packed. That makes passing them that much tougher; they'll tear their way outta you, hence the blood on the toilet tissue.

So, eat more fiber, drink more water. And don't bear down too hard if possible.

and if you don't try to stop the prob now, you can wind up with hemorrhoids, which suck big time!

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Olive
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When I first started my birth control pills I was constipated for the first month and a half, but it never caused me to bleed, or at least I didnt notice because it was like I was on my period for that first month.
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froggy_dear
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I'm not sure how much blood you were seeing, but if it's not that much -like just specks or small lines - it might also be just wiping too hard using too rough a toilet paper.
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eastcoastdiva
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you can either be constipated or maybe you have a cut down there and didn't realize it and when you use the bathroom it scratches the cut and bleeds? it's probably either one of those, i'd say most likely constipation. cranberry juice helps

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