At first impression (
which may of course be misleading) I'd say no, beachalone.
I will tell you why I say this.
You don't say what age you are, but the older you are the less likely it is you will have had no gut problems in the past, if you do have Crohns. Typically there would be a long history of unresolved gut problems accompanied by depression, lots of diarrhea, maybe also kidney stones or skin ulcers, quite possible diagnosed as IBS.
Also, I'd expect you to be saying something along the lines of "an uncle/aunt/family member had Crohns Disease/Ulcerative Colitis and they say this makes it more likely I have CD, is this true ?" This is because at least one of the genes that make you prone to developing Crohn's is to be found in Ulcerative Colitis sufferers, and there is a "familial link" - if a member of your extended family has either disease, you are statistically more likely to suffer from either CD or UC.
You describe what sounds exactly like haemorrhoids, and that might even tie in with the high fibre in your diet - it can cause straining and make things worse for some people, although it generally does the opposite and that is why it is recommended. Both those and an anal fissure will cause bright red blood in the stool - very alarming but actually just because your gut is full of tiny, easily ruptured capillaries, full of oxygenated blood so very red - and yes, it feels like you are cr*pping razor blades.
Needless to say, you need to see a doctor to get it sorted out, online diagnosis misses out all sorts of information that a doctor's visit will pick up on.
Our expertise on this forum is much more regarding the opposite end of the spectrum as regards gastric transit times;
constipation tends only to be a very occasional problem with Crohnies.
But I think it would be safe for me to recommend probiotics like VSL#3 to help with your gastric transit time, that will probably do you at least as much good as any commercial stool softener. The right sort of probiotic bacteria will dampen down inflammation and aid with digestion and gut motility, all of which cannot be bad really.
Hope this helps put your mind at rest. Could you let us know how you get on please, it will always help us know how to advise in the future should anyone else ask a similar question !