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As such bright red blood suggest lower GI bleeding.
The most common cause of lower GI bleeding is piles or anal fissure.
Usually fissure is painful.
Also ano-rectal examination is required for a diagnosis and in some cases proctoscopy.
These conditions are common in people with constipation.
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