Girl crying from hand in her rectum
Jump to content. Top of the page Check Your Symptoms. Rectal problems are common. Almost everyone will experience some rectal itching, pain, or bleeding at some time during his or her life. These problems are often minor and may go away on their own or with home treatment.
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A to Z Symptom: Rectal Bleeding
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A MUM has revealed her dilemma over whether to report a doctor over a strange test he performed on her baby. The woman, who took her daughter to see her GP eight years ago with suspected constipation, said it still "plays on her mind" that he stuck his finger up her bum. In a post shared on Mumsnet titled 'A doctor did this to my baby and I'm not sure it's ok? He didn't prewarn me, so I was shocked when he did it.
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Woman's IUD punctured her uterus and wound up lodged near her rectum
By Emily James For Dailymail. Many women today are opting to use IUDs intrauterine devices as a form of contraception, rather than the birth control pill, because it's said to be much more effective than oral contraception. But one woman is warning others to steer clear of the device after she says it punctured her uterus and left her writhing in pain for days with little help from uncaring doctors. Kristen Oganowski, 34, of Columbus, Ohio, reveals on Cosmopolitan.
Rectal bleeding refers to any blood that passes from the anus where stool, or poop, exits the body. Drinking plenty of fluids, eating foods with fiber, and exercising regularly can help treat and prevent constipation, hemorrhoids, and anal fissures. Keeping the area clean and applying ointments can relieve pain and speed healing. Rarely, a fissure doesn't heal and the doctor may recommend surgery.
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