Rectal bleeding can be an emergency. You should go to an emergency room if you have a severe case that include highly painful cramping, severe nausea or anal pain or continuous bleeding. In addition, you would be well advised to call a local gastroenterologist.
What doctor do I see for rectal bleeding?
For rectal bleeding you need to see a colon specialist who is better known as a gastroenterologist.
What tests are done for rectal bleeding?
A gastroenterologist can administer several tests for rectal bleeding including a colonoscopy, endoscopy and capsule endoscopy.
What medications treat rectal bleeding?
Medications can depend on the symptoms of rectal bleeding. It is best to schedule a consultation with your local gastro specialist to see what corrective measures need to be taken to curb rectal bleeding.
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