Well, without a detailed clinical evaluation it would be difficult to determine the cause of your symptoms. The chest pain is unlikely to be related to the presence of fresh blood in stools and would require an evaluation by a primary care physician for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
Presence of fresh red blood in stools is known as haematochezia in medical terms and indicates a lower GI bleed like piles, rectal ulcers, fissures, fistulas etc. Rarely a few infections/ inflammations may also present with fresh blood in stools. It would be best to consider an evaluation by a primary care physician or a gastroenterologist for a detailed evaluation and suggestion of an appropriate management plan.
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The common causes of bleeding from the anus are anal fissure, haemorrhoids, diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer. It is important to see a doctor to evaluate any blood in the stool. A detailed medical history will help your doctor locate the site of the bleeding. For example, a black, tarry stool are mostly caused by a problem in the upper part of the digestive tract while bright red blood, or maroon-colored stools, usually indicate a problem in the lower part of the digestive tract, such as hemorrhoids or diverticulitis. A per rectal examination and colonoscopy will be helpful. Eat a high-fiber diet and drink plenty of fluids and water to relieve constipation that can cause and aggravate hemorrhoids and anal fissures. Sit in warm or salt baths to relieve fissure symptoms. Treatment involves treating the cause of bleeding. See a doctor ASAP.Keep me posted.
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