Hi, I’ve posted about this before, but there was one thing I didn’t mention.
When my stool is soft, I tend to get no blood, but when it’s less soft, I tend to get some blood on top of the stool and on the toilet paper. (fairly bright red)
Does the fact that the blood comes when the stool is not soft indicate haemorroids? Or could it still be something else?
(haemorroids were detected and ‘treated’ about 18 months to 2 years ago – here’s my previous thread - http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?p=68966#post68966 )
Many thanks for any information anyone might be able to give me,
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