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Although it is called rectal bleeding, the bleeding may be coming from somewhere other than the body part positioned right about the anus. Some women are really concerned about the fact that the rectal bleeding occurs around--or only within--the menstruation cycle. Others that experience it more often notice that its strongest during menstruation. I am 44 and just started experiencing rectal bleeding in my past 2 menses. It occurs 3 days before my period starts with bright red blood only during defecation and has ended when the period stops. I do feel anal pressure continually but it has improved from what it felt like during the periods. Hi, i also have the same problem and i had rectal bleeding during menstruation for 11 years. I think what caused this was an accident that happened back then. I had a bad fall and after that, when i had my 1st menstruation (9 yrs old), i had rectal bleeding. Although it is called rectal bleeding, the bleeding may be coming from somewhere other than the body part positioned right about the anus. Some women are really concerned about the fact that the rectal bleeding occurs around, or only within, the menstruation cycle. Others that experience it more often notice that its strongest during menstruation. Butt pain during period days is especially common if your uterus tilts toward your back, says christine herde, m. During your reproductive years, youll get a menstrual period about once a month. Unless youre especially squeamish, theres no need to avoid sexual activity during your period. Nothing vaginal, just rectal (only when i move my bowels)for about 3-4 days then i start vaginal bleeding. Rectal bleeding can refer to any blood that passes from your anus, although rectal bleeding is usually assumed to refer to bleeding from your lower colon or rectum. Your rectum makes up the lower portion of your large intestine. Neither was there any difference in resting anal pressure or the distension volumes required to relax the internal anal sphincter during the menstrual cycle. Conclusion these data (1) confirm that ibs symptomatology is exacerbated at menses and (2) show for the first time that in contrast with healthy women, rectal sensitivity changes with the menstrual cycle.