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I am 32 years old. After some strenuous ab-roller pulling exercises I am facing the following problems. Feeling some obstruction in rectum while passing bowels. Unable to empty completely though putting pressure since 3 years. Due to putting pressure also developed haemorrhoids. Consulted gastroenterologist but not diagnosed actual problem.

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1. Take home cooked, fresh light food. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 2. Increase the fibre in your diet 3. Increase your fluid intake 4. Avoiding straining and constipation which is the most useful thing patients can do to prevent the problem coming back. 5. Maintain active life style6. Curd is good for u. 7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods homeopathy has very encouraging results. Consult online with details.
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Hemorrhoid/piles or anal polyp is the biggest reason for anal blockage so first of all never decide to anal surgery, your anus grip can be loose after surgery, many medicine are available in the market but piles are not cure just eating any medicines, it can give you temporary relief, only ayurvedic kshara sutra therapy is a unique ancient technique, which is proved to be an effective treatment of anorectal disorders. It is commonly recommended in patients suffering from piles. According to world health organisation (who, kshar sutra therapy is better than any modern surgery for piles & fistula. This is nonsurgical procedure so no need of hospitalization or bed rest, piles disease will never be again in life, contact us for more details, we will provide you demo video for the procedure.
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