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Rectal bleeding may occur as an isolated symptom, or it may occur in tandem with changes in bowel habits.

Fresh rectal bleeding usually indicates problems related to the ending of the bowel, in the sigmoid colon, anus or rectum.

In most cases, rectal bleeding is associated with piles (haemorrhoids) or a tear (known as anal fissure.) However, rectal bleeding is also symptomatic of bowel cancer, diverticular disease and inflammatory bowel disease and should always be investigated with colonoscopy.

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From well-equipped and convenient locations across West and central London, Devinder and his expert team provide unparalleled quality of care for the full range of GIT-related conditions.