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Few things generate more worry than an episode of rectal bleeding. For most people, the sight of blood in their stool triggers fears of life-threatening problems. If your bleeding is associated with abdominal pain, your concerns may intensify. Common causes of bleeding from the anus include constipation, anal fissures, and hemorrhoids. Abdominal pain and rectal bleeding are danger signs of certain diseases including the dreaded disease called cancer. Notify your health provider immediately upon experiencing painful bowel movements andor bleeding in your stool. sometimes, rectal pain is accompanied by other symptoms, such as itching and stinging. Its rarely serious, but getting to the root cause can help you find relief. The bleeding may result in bright red blood in the stool as well as maroon colored or black stool. The bleeding also may be occult (not visible with the human eye). The common causes of rectal bleeding from the colon include anal fissure, hemorrhoids, diverticulosis, colon cancer and polyps, colonic polyp removal, angiodysplasias. Back pain and rectal bleeding can be caused by numerous medical conditions including anal fissures, hemorrhoids, ibs (irritable bowel syndrome), polyps, diverticulitis, intestinal vascular issues and colon cancer. Some of the causes of rectal bleeding and back pain are benign such as rectal fissures. Bleeding in the stomach or gut can be from injury or a side effect of blood-thinning medicine like warfarin or aspirin dark blood or poo with tummy pain or cramps stomach ulcer, diverticular disease and diverticulitis dark blood without pain blood-thinning medicine like warfarin or aspirin, angiodysplasia (broken blood vessels in the gut). Bleeding in the digestive tract is a symptom of a problem rather than a disease itself. It usually happens due to conditions that can be cured or controlled, such as hemorrhoids. We look at 11 causes here, along with the treatment options there are for each one.