Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. Toilet paper stuck up my anus HELP? I'm not feeling any pain or discomfort and it has only been stuck up there an hour at most but i'm still able to poo. Any tips on getting it out and what will happen if i don't? Will i die? Report Abuse.
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Seeing blood on toilet paper can be a little alarming. You may have heard that rectal bleeding is a sign of cancer, but more often, bleeding is a symptom of a less serious cause. Many things can cause rectal bleeding, including a bad case of diarrhea or constipation. Keep reading to learn the most common causes of blood when you wipe, how to treat it, and when to see a doctor. Seek emergency attention if you are bleeding a lot. You should also see a doctor if you are experiencing dizziness, weakness, and confusion alongside bleeding. Hemorrhoids , or swollen veins inside the anus, are the most common cause of anal bleeding.
Toilet paper stuck up my anus HELP?
Millions of people suffer from rectal itch, hemorrhoids, and anal fissures, and one author believes its due to our use of toilet paper. Anal fissures are tears in the lining of the rectum. Hemorrhoids are collapsed rectal veins that cause bleeding, pain and itching.
Keeping clean after a bowel movement and washing hands is important for preventing the spread of bacteria and preventing odor. For most people who have solid bowel movements that are easily passed, this will mean wiping with toilet tissue. In other cases, it might help to use other products such as a bidet, a toilet sprayer, or wet wipes. Hand washing after using the toilet is also a vital part of using the bathroom and can help prevent transmission of some microbes, such as the hepatitis A virus.