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I am a 19 year old male who had this external thrombosis hemorrhoids (i came to know through research). Initially I had this on my right side of my anus and it was swollen, painful and blood came out while popping but this became normal and no blood is coming out now with the application of pilex ointment and pilex tablets but now I having the same problem on the left side of my anus it's swollen but no such blood come out while pooping but there's a lot of pain. Please recommended me some medicine.

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Hello Mr. lybrate-user. U have taken a right step that is to reach out to a doctor. Yes external hemorrhoids are painful but internal hemorrhoid with fissure in ano can also give you such pain. First step in treating hemorrhoids is to relieve constipation. You ll have to take good diet with high fiber content. Drink plenty of water. Do sitz bath (sitting in a large bowl of warm water for 15 min x 3 times a day). Take laxative for next few days to relieve constipation. And you ll have to reduce your weight by a few kgs to reach normal bmi, check your thyroid profile. Avoid heavy food with less fiber. Add a lot of vegetables.
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1. Take home cooked, fresh light food. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 2. Increasing the fibre in your diet is known to be as effective as injections for preventing further problems 3. Increasing your fluid intake which can help prevent further problems with haemorrhoids 4. Avoiding straining and constipation which is the most useful thing patients can do to prevent the problem coming back. If the fibre content of your diet is not sufficient to keep your stools soft, then a fibre supplement can help. 5. Maintain active life style 6. Curd is good for u. 7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods Homeopathy has very encouraging results. Consult online with details
Hello. First of all simple haemorrhoids are usually painless. From your symptoms you might be having a thrombosed hemorrhoid or an anal fissure associated with hemorrhoids. Both are self healing lesions. However if they are not gone by two weeks, consult a good proctologist or a surgeon. Do the following things for relief. 1. Take lots of fluids and fruits. 2. Avoid red meat and spices. 3. Do sits baths with warm water thrice a day. 4. Apply anaheal cream thrice a day. 5. Take lyser d twice a daybfor 5 days. 6. Take softovac granules bed time with water. Regards.
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Ayurvedic kshar sutra therapy is better than any modern surgery for piles. This is nonsurgical procedure so no need of hospitalization or bed rest, piles disease will never be again in life, we will provide you demo video for the treatment procedure, we also provide piles care treatment kit for our distant patients, we deliver all over india, please contact us for more details at sushruta clinic, new delhi-45.
Hello Mr. lybrate-user. We are happy to help you out of it. According to you provided history you are suffering from the 2 nd degree hemorrhoids it's not getting relief untill its progressed to third or fourth degree for that its main treatment modality was surgical resection. Now a days very minimal invassive surgeries came in market. Nuthing to warry much it i'll subside. If not pls consult any surgeon you choice for further evaluations. As of now you can follow these steps might be helpful * drink plenty of water * drink daily glass of freshly prepared fruits * avoide alcohol or smoking competely * try to maintain body tempreture * avoide chilly rich diet and my final wish to you regarding take better steps comeout of this problem early as possible. Tysm for posting your problem here.
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It appears you have fissure and taking pilex tablets will not help- better get a rectal examination done by a qualified doctor - never take your anus for granted!
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