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Anal mucus discharge is not normal however, it may resolve spontaneously on its own. Anal cancer can cause rectal discharge, but its generally the least likely cause. According to the american cancer society , the lifetime risk of developing anal cancer is only 1 in 500. There is usually no blood discharge due to the ibs although hemorrhoids is more likely to occur with the altered bowel habit. It is therefore bleeding hemorrhoids that may cause a bloody rectal discharge, and not the ibs itself. Anal fissures are tiny tears in the delicate lining of the anus. Anal discharge is a far more common symptom than you may think. There can be many different reasons for discharge from your anus (bottom), and it can vary in colour, appearance and consistency. Learn more about the causes of anal discharge and how it can be treated here. Common causes of bleeding from the anus include constipation, anal fissures, and hemorrhoids. Rectal bleeding can be caused by constipation, hemorrhoids, or anal fissures. It may also be caused by polyps, tumors, or medical conditions, such as colitis or diverticulitis. Discharge instructions medicines pain medicine you may be given medicine to take away or decrease pain. We look at 11 causes here, along with the treatment options there are for each one. Anal warts are irregular, verrucous lesions caused by human papilloma virus. Anal warts are usually transmitted by unprotected, anoreceptive intercourse. Anal warts may be asymptomatic, or may cause rectal discharge, anal wetness, rectal bleeding, and pruritus ani. Lesions can also occur within the anal canal, where they are more likely to create symptoms. Rectal discharge is the release of any discharge from the anus that is not stool or blood. Rectal discharge can occur for many reasons, including anal fissure, anal fistula (an abnormal connection between two organs) or abscess, other infections including sexually transmitted diseases, or chronic inflammatory diseases. An anal fissure is a small tear in the lining of the anal canal. What is an anal discharge? You should seek immediate medical help if you experience any type of anal discharge that is not related to the passing of stool and diarrheal conditions. Aside from bloody faeces (which should also be reported), any other discharge or liquid that is released from the anus or rectal area should be looked at immediately, since this can occur for many different reasons.