You need to see your doctor or go to the emergency room immediately. We are unable to diagnose you over the Internet and you are describing symptoms that require immediate professional care.View Thread
Her doctor is the best person to ask about physical therapy and diet to improve her strength and quality of life. We have another member who recently created an exchange after his sister was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma .View Thread
The best place to start is always your Primary Care Provider. It could be allergy related or dental related. Or something else entirely. Go see your primary care doctor and come back and let us know.View Thread
Depending on how you did this-you may have gotten an anal fissure or be having a problem with hemorrhoids . It is impossible for anyone to diagnose the cause of anal bleeding over the Internet. If bleeding continues, I encourage you to see your doctor.
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