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My 4 year old son has blood in his poop, and now there is something that looks like..

my 4 year old son... Show More
my 4 year old son has blood when we wipe after he poops and he has been to the doctor and we assumed it was from constipation, which we have tried changing his diet and now he just went to the bathroom and i went to wipe his butt and there is something there sticking out and when i tried to wipe it off he said it hurt and eventually he gave up and it went back inside of him and there was more blood than usual, it is sunday so his doctor isn't open, could this be a hemroid, it looks like a blood clot, how worried should i be and what could it be. please get back to me as soon as possilbe. thank you.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Pediatrics
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Dr Singh, Doctor
Satisfied Customers: 6496
Experience: MBBS, Family doctor, experienced in childhood and adolescent health problems.
replied 7 years ago.
The lesion that you saw in the anal region was most likely a thrombus formation due to hemorrhoids. Long standing constipation can cause this. This should not be handled manually by yourself. His doctor may decide to drain it under anesthesia. It is okay to wait till Monday to see the doctor. However if he has excessive pain, then you should go to the ER to get him examined.
Customer reply replied 6 years ago.

he ended up having a juvenile pollup (sorry if misspelled), it was removed, that you for your concern and follow up.

Dr. Yogindra Vasavada, Pediatrician
Satisfied Customers: 3176
Experience: M.D.(ped) passed at first attempt, in practice continuously for last 37 years. Certi. in Comp
replied 6 years ago.
The lesion should be 'polyp' and you can close the Q.