Our expert says:
if the blood is in the stool then consult with your health care practitioner immediately. Blood on the toilet paper only might indicate a anal fissure or a broken hemorrhoid. You need to make sure you drink adequate (about 2 liters) of pure water, eat enough roughage, stay away from sugars and refined foods to improve the constipation.
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