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Dear sir or madam I am 26 year old male. I am suffering from. Anal problem. 2 months back the blood falling from anus while going motion. And I took treatment for that now days it is cleared no blood falling. My question is, in my anal some pain is there while sat on chairs. And also swelling is there while I was in motion. I consult a doctor a week a back, a doctor told some problem is there like fissure. What treatment should I take?. Which types of food should I take? What about non veg. Please give me answer. How avoid these type of disease by foods. Thanks by Sukesh.

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Dear, I can understand your problem very well, it appears you have not consulted a surgeon, you might have seen a general practitioner hence you do not have a diagnosis. Blood in stool is common in piles and also in anal fissure, there is a difference in presentation in both above condition, if it is piles you have bright red color blood prior to passing stool, if it is a fissure then blood is mixed with stool or you may have blood after you pass stool, you need to verify it yourself. At times you may have both conditions simultaneously, therefore a detailed physical examination is necessary by a qualified and experienced surgeon, if it a fissure you will not have a swelling while passing stool. You may be having dragging sort of pain in your anal area which can be due to above condition. Regarding diet: my suggestion is take plenty of green leafy vegetables, fruits, plenty of water, avoid breads, oil fried items i. E. Low residue diets. I would prefer you avoid non vegetarian foods but if in case you cannot avoid try to add vegetables to the meats and consume.
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