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I'm having really bad abdominal pains, rectal bleeding, (no pain from rectum) and back pains. My rectum does not hurt at all so i don't believe out can be hemroids. And I'm not really having signs of ulcers with vomiting.....etc...with blood. So I would really appreciate it if some one can give me some info please.

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Hi there.

Have you considered to visit your doctor? Well, you should! It can be really, really serious. We can't actually help you to determine what your problem exactly is, we can give you some advice. Look, observe the blood, because blood from rectal bleeding ranges in color from bright red to maroon to black or tar colored, and the color will often indicate the source of the bleeding.

When color is darker, the problem is bigger. 

Stomach cramping can only make this situation worse and if you really don't do something about this soon, you might face really huge issues. 

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Nessa2012--with rectal bleeding I would consult your DR right away!! 
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HOW OLD ARE YOU? I AM HAVING THE SAME ISSUE.... LAST NIGHT MY STOMACH WAS CRAMPING, NO VOMITING, AND NO PAIN FROM THE RECTUM. HOWEVER I WAS BLEEDING. NOT FOR LONG JUST ONLY A MOMENT AND IT STOPPED.
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Hemhorrhoids that are inside the anus and/or rectum are often painless, even when they rupture. It is the hemhorrhoids on the outside of the anus or that protrude in and out of the anus that are accompanied by palpable pain and general discomfort. The blood should be a bright red and may appear alone in the toilet, on the toilet tissue, or inter-mingled with stool. If the blood is dark red then it is less likely to be hemhorrhoids. Bleeding can also occur as the result of a bowel movement in which the fecal mass that was passed scraped the rectal/anal wall or ruptured a swollen blood vessel or aggravated an ulceration. Hemhorroids are the most likely cause of bright red blood, especially when it occurs abruptly and stops (the 'rhoid' only has so much blood in it to be expelled). Cramping can be associated with the bowel movement that may aggravate the hemhorroid. It is quite simple for a physician to determine if the bleeding and accompanying symptoms were associated with a hemhorroid or not. Routine blood tests and a simple anal/rectal exam (lubricated, gloved finger in there) can also help. To determine if you require medical assistance immediately you can test for fever with an oral or tympanic thermometer (ear thermometer), don't use a rectal one, given that your having trouble there. If you have a fever (greater than 38C or 100.0F) that probably sufficient to warrant a trip to the emergency room. Depending on where you live there may be 24-hour phone services available for you to speak with a Registered Nurse who can assess your symptoms and advise you about seeking medical assistance immediately at an ER, or a window of time in which you should see a physician, such a TELEHEALTH in Ontario, Canada. County Health Units may also be able to assist you with similar advice from an R.N. on duty during business hours. Regardless you may wish to disclose the event to your physician the next time you are in to see him or her even if the issue does not recur. If you are able, it is advisable to schedule an appointment with your Physician or public walk-in clinic as soon as you can just to make sure there is no cause for concern that what you have experienced or are continuing to experience is not something that requires more advanced care. When in doubt, just go to the nearest ER. If your a minor, tell your parents and ask them to take you to the ER. You may be embarassed to tell your family or the hospital staff about bleeding from your bum and even more embarrassed if they need to perform an invasive exam, but better to be embarrassed than to miss an opportunity for an early diagnosis if something serious is wrong. At the very least, when you leave, you'll no longer be anxious about what it 'could' be and can spend your web-browsing time putting more pleasant search parameters into a web browser than 'rectal bleeding' or whatever brought you here. Cheers, - A.A.C. Points to remember to tell your Physician or R.N. - Dark or Bright Blood - Blood alone, or with stool - How often did you find blood? - Any mucus in your stool? - Are you sure if you bled when you peed or when you have a bowel movement? - If you had abdominal pains, how long did they last? Did they only happen while having a bowel movement? Did they subside between bowel movements? - If you had abdominal pain was it more prominant on either side of your belly? Was it above your navel, or below? Or was the discomfort just generalized all over? - If you had a bowel movement was the stool loose? Liquid? Hard? abnormal in shape, colour, or consistancy in any way than what you are used to? - If your female, when was your last menstrual period? - Do you feel sick or uncomfortable in any other capacity? (headache? Abnormally tired? Thirsty?) And anything else you think you should mention or would like an explanation for.

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