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Contact person :
Shawn Khodadadian
Address :
983 Park Ave, Ste 1D
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City :
New York
Country :
United States
Phone :
212 427-8761 Web :


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Rectal bleeding (known medically as hematochezia) can refer to any blood that passes from your anus. However, rectal or anal bleeding is usually assumed to refer to bleeding from the rectum or your colon. It may show up as blood in your stool, on toilet paper, or in the toilet bowl. Blood caused by rectal bleeding from the anus can range from bright red blood in the stool to dark maroon to a dark tarry color.

There are many possible causes of anal bleeding, and your gastroenterologist’s complete evaluation and early diagnosis are critical. Hematochezia should always be evaluated with a thorough consultation and examination by a specialist for an accurate diagnosis and blood in the stool treatment plan. It may be a symptom or sign of a serious illness or condition.

Rectal bleeding can be a symptom of colorectal or anal cancer, a type of cancer that can be cured if detected early. In addition to a complete physical exam and medical history, colonoscopy is the gold standard for visual evaluation of your colon for an accurate diagnosis. It can detect polyps, mass lesions, abnormalities of the intestine lining, and many other causes for your symptoms.

This condition can also be caused by bleeding hemorrhoids, anal fissures, colitis, or other causes amenable to diagnosis and treatment. Disorder higher up in the digestive tract can also lead to bleeding from the anus.

For these reasons, an examination with an experienced gastroenterologist like our blood in stool doctors is the first step to identifying the underlying rectal bleeding causes and determining the best hematochezia treatment options. The cause needs to be properly diagnosed to have the correct treatment. Common causes of rectal bleeding include internal hemorrhoids bleeding and anal fissures. Along with a thorough physical exam, colonoscopy is the gold standard for visual evaluation of the colon for diagnosis. These conditions can be better treated if diagnosed and treated early.

For more information about Manhattan Gastroenterology practice or to schedule an appointment, please contact our Union Square office at (212) 378-9983 or our Manhattan`s Upper East Side office at (212) 427-8761.

Manhattan Gastroenterology
55 W. 17th St, Ste 102,
New York, NY 10011
(212) 378-9983

983 Park Ave, Ste 1D,
New York, NY 10028
(212) 427-8761


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