Sometimes blood passes in my stool its of dark red colour and sometimes like we have cuts on our body.
Its not mixed with stool but separate After passing stool.kindly advise what should i do ?
I also feel tiredness all the time.
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This bleeding could be due to piles and your weaknesses could be due to this small amount of blood loss daily.
Get a Haemoglobin test done and take Homoeopathic medicine for your piles as it would cure the piles permanently
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This condition of yours speaks of fissures( meaning cuts on the anus).
It does tend to bleed especially from this portion if you are constipated, because the harder the stool it causes friction on the the inner lining of the anus and which further erodes and causes bleeding.
You need to see a Proctologist or a General surgeon first so that he can examine you and evaluate your present status.
In the meantime what u can do is make some dietary changes like adding fibre to your food which will increase the bulk in food and help your constipation. Fibrous foods include green leafy vegetables,salads,fruits. A green banana every night will help you soften the consistency of Stools.
Drink plenty of water as it will increase the motility of your intestines.Avoid bread,biscuits as they contain maida which might do not good to your constipation.
Tiredness is an associated feature due to decrease debility to a already compromised state like bleeding from anus or straining too hard for stools.
Also Homoeopathy does play a major role in this regard but it depends on the status of your complaint.So please get your condition assessed first and then we can decide the line of treatment there after.
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