Thanks for your query.
Painless appearance of the blood per rectum is in most of the cases due to piles (hemorrhoids).
Rarely can be due to a polyp or a cancer.
Hence it is very important to get this checked by per-rectal digital examination, ano-proctoscopy and colonoscopy.
This will give you the perfect diagnosis and a plan for further management.
Also discuss about the medicines you are taking.
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