Hematochezia: The blood is discharged from the anus, the stool is bloody, or all stools are bloody, the color is bright red, dark red, or tarry, which is called blood in the stool. Hematochezia is generally seen in lower gastrointestinal bleeding, especially colon and rectum bleeding, but occasionally upper gastrointestinal bleeding can be seen. The color of blood in the stool depends on the location of the gastrointestinal bleeding, the amount of bleeding and the time the blood stays in the intestine.
Dry stools and bleeding caused by hemorrhoids
Dry stool and bleeding are an important "indicator" of hemorrhoids. Once this symptom occurs, it is to remind you that "hemorrhoids are also a disease, and you must go to the hospital for examination and treatment". If hemorrhoid bleeding is not treated in time, a series of secondary hazards will result. Because dry stools can easily squeeze the hemorrhoids and cause blood in the stool, patients often try their best to endure the inconvenience and make the stools drier. Such repeated cycles form a vicious circle.
Dry stools and bleeding caused by anal fissure
According to experts from Shanghai Kangtai Hospital, dry stool caused by anal fissure is the most common symptom. It is usually not much, bright red, sometimes stained with red toilet paper, or attached to the surface of dry stool, sometimes dripping blood, causing pain from defecation Severe, patients often dare not defecate, which can cause habitual constipation over time and cause various anal inflammations.
The manifestations of intestinal malignant tumors with blood in the stool (pay special attention to those who are older and have significant recent weight loss)
The blood in the stool of rectal tumors is manifested as persistent, chronic mucinous bloody stools, dark red blood, usually mixed with stool, frequent stools, and sometimes only some blood or mucus is resolved without stool. Patients with rectal tumors can experience difficulty in defecation, thin stools, abdominal swelling, paroxysmal abdominal pain, and sometimes even the screaming of the intestines. Once the symptoms appear, they generally do not relieve themselves and often progress. Sexual aggravation.