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wishing101 posted:
Hello , here is with i have been dealing with , awhile back ago i had really painfull poop with that came some blood .. i got worrie wint to the dr they did the finger test on me told me they didnt feel anything , but wanted to do a colon oskerfee on me , i didnt have any health covage so i couldnt do it now that sometime has pass just today my poop had a sharp pain and there was blood on the poop and when i wiped . and i do have this ball feeling when i try to see what was up there , i just got health covage but my obyn put me on a drug to help me a prego .. i will not know if i am for another 2 weeks should i go to my dr and tell her everything ,, or should i wait it out
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junebugjelly responded:
You should tell your doctor immediately.
 
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georgiagail replied to junebugjelly's response:
What you likely are experiencing is a hemorrhoid (i.e., that "ball" feeling is the enlarged blood vessel at the end of the rectum) but it is good to get this checked out medically.

If a hemorrhoid, waiting the 2 weeks should be fine.

Gail
 
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wishing101 replied to georgiagail's response:
thank you georgiagail and junebugjellys , it hasnt happend since that night and your are right about a hemorrhiod , i started eating more fiber and yogurt and it seem to be helping if it happends again ill go to my dr but right now they wouldnt really be able to do anything bc we are waiting back to hear about a prego test .. thanks everyone


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