Normal to be pooping out blood??

Im a dude. And here for about the past month I’ve been pooping out a lot of blood. Anyone know whats going on?

Answer #1

You need to go get your self to a doctor and I know your a guy and you dont want another guy around that area but its important that you go :) . Do the smart thing . Yours truly, Demika Ray

Answer #2

Lol, thats not a very good thing. bloody poop could be a sign of colon cancer. You should get it checked out by a doctor. Lmao, or your poop could have been to hard and broken a blood vessel along your anus. Try drinking more water?

Answer #3

It could be hemorrhoids, or a broken vessel from hard stools as stated above. It depends on how much blood you are losing. Do you just see some on the feces. Or when you wipe you notice it on the toilet paper? Or are you seeing a large amt–does straight bright red blood come out. If you are noticing frank blood (bright red and visible) then it would be a good idea to have a check for occult blood (meaning bleeding you can’t see, but is there in your feces). Don’t get upset or freaked out thinking its cancer. I don’t believe in just blurting out the most horrible thing it can be a symptom of. Yes, it can be a symptom of cancer. But now you know there are other reasons as well. Just go to a walk-in clinic if you don’t have a primary care physician and tell them you have been noticing blood in your stool.

Answer #4

It’s best to have it checked out by your docter! Good luck

Answer #5

I dont think thats normal go make an apponiment with a/your doctor to check that out!!! A.S.A.P!

Answer #6

cancer buddy go to the doctor right quick!!!

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