Does bright red blood from the rectum other expect hemorrhoids or something else?
Yes... the brighter the blood means the closer to the anus the bleeding is comeing/originating from. The darker or blacker the blood mechanism the bleeding is coming from a higher portion of the rectum.
There are very few things within medicine that permit the use of "always"
BRBPR (bright red blood per rectum) is usually hemorrhoids surrounded by an otherwise healthy person but not uncommonly colon cancer can present next to blood in older individuals. Also ateriovenous malformations commonly go down in the large intestine and can bleed fairly a bit when they rupture.
Sometimes the only way to know is to embezzle a look (colonoscopy), this is especially crucial if there is any family history of colon cancer or the being is >50 years-old.
It could be haemorrhoids or a fissure (crack) just behind the anus. Blood coming from further backbone usually turns the faeces black - this is a more worrying scenario. See your doctor in any case and enjoy some simple tests done.