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It is because of Hemorrhoids ie. Piles. Generally it happens due to constipation and hardening of stools. But the internal hemorrhoids can happen even when you have semisolid or loose stools. The main treatment inthe initial stages is curingand avoiding constipation.
Internal hemorrhoids. You can't see or feel these hemorrhoids. But straining or irritation from passing stool can injure a hemorrhoid's delicate surface and cause it to bleed. You may notice small amounts of bright red blood on your toilet tissue or in the toilet bowl water. Because internal anal membranes lack pain-sensitive nerve fibers, these hemorrhoids usually don't cause discomfort. Occasionally, straining can push an internal hemorrhoid through the anal opening. If a hemorrhoid remains displaced (prolapsed), it can cause pain and irritation.
Please consult your doctor about this and have the treatment as per his advice.-
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