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Hie doctors, my name is vishal. I recently did my colonoscopy. The reports says cryptitis proctitis which can lead to solitary rectal ulcer or prolapse of rectum. Can anybody help me out with this report is a cancer or something very serious. I have the problem of stomach I have to go washroom 3 4 times in a day with semi solid stool and after going to it I fell like my stool is not completely empty. My stool form is semi solid and gets mix with water form is very bad. My colonoscopy reports says all. Is normal expect rectum with cryptitis proctitis does it lead to some serious complications like ibd or colon cancer.

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No its not cancer. Proctitis is inflammation of the lining of the rectum. Do not worry 1. Don't take tea empty stomach. Eat something like a banana (if you are not diabetic) or any seasonal fruit or soaked almonds and a glass of water first thing in the morning (within 10 mins of waking up). No only biscuits or rusk will not do. 2. Don't overeat 3. Take your breakfast every day. Don't skip it. 4. Have light meals every 2 hours (in addition to your breakfast, lunch n dinner) e.g. Nariyal paani, chaach, a handful of dry fruits, a handful of peanuts, any fresh n seasonal fruit, a cup of curd/milk etc 5. Finish your dinner at least 2 hours before going to sleep. 6. Maintain active life style7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods, carbonated beverages 8. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 9. Drink lot of water. 10. Everyday preferably sleep on same time 11. Curd is good for you exercise in the form of yoga, cycling, swimming, gym, walking etc.For more details, you can consult me.
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