I am not sure what you mean by "rectal canal," you have a sphincter and a rectum. Have your gastroenterologist or family doctor checked it out, if you're concerned? We're not doctors, so all we can do is guess.
Bright red blood is from most likely from uc inflammation or hemorrhoids present in the rectum. Blood from uc inflammation seaps, and can collect between bms. Do you have a history of internal or external hemorrhoids?
It's also possible to tear or cut the skin when inserting your salfolk foam nossle, or enema tip. Be careful, and add a little vaseline to the tip before administering.
When we're flaring and wiping often, we can get pretty raw down there. There are a number of over the counter wet wipes that are great for that. Less abrasive than tp, better for sensitive skin, and include aloe.
Moderator ulcerative colitis
John, 37, uc proctosigmoiditis in remission
Rx: Remicade 5mg/kg/8 weeks and 6MP 50mgs/day
Diet mods and supplements didn't help me.
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