Minor Rectal Bleeding

Your rectum is the lowest part of your large intestine. In the rectum, your body stores stools.

 

Hemorrhoids, incontinence, abscesses, and cancer are common issues in the rectum.

 

Rectal problems are nothing to be ashamed of; they are very common. These problems are important to disclose to your doctor. Embarrassment is unnecessary and can hinder your health. If you are experiencing pain or bleeding, contact your doctor right away.

 

Diagnoses and treatments vary for rectal troubles. Your doctor will run tests to find the best treatment options for you.

 

Dr. Farboud and his staff are extremely sensitive and empathetic to patients’ fears and anxieties. They take exceptional pride in making their patients feel comfortable and at ease when visiting their offices.

The information AGH supplies on this website should not be used as a substitute to your regular physician’s medical advice. Your research from this website should not be used as a medical diagnosis. Consult your regular physician for diagnoses and treatments. The information found on this website is for educational purposes only. A formal consultation with a surgeon or doctor is needed before pursuing surgical procedures or medical treatments. Individual results may vary.