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Bloding during stools passing
I am suffering , blooding out during stools passing , heavy blooding during stool pass , no pain only blooding out during stools
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it could be Piles, 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, contact Us for more details, we will provide you demo video for the procedure..
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Bleeding haemorrhoids can be cured safely with homeopathy . Chat online for consultation. Detail history and lifestyle n food habits need to know.
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You may be piles.heavy bleeding lead to anemia and weakness so immediately visit to a ayurved surgeon near by you.avoid constipation and heavy diet.for more information cal seven seven nine three zero two zero four eight zero.
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Hello  Thanks for reaching out to us  You are suffering from piles (haemorroids) We have many good homeopathic medicines for piles or haemorroids to treat it completely from the root itself without any sideffects that are part of conventional medicines  You will definitely get improvement in bleeding within 1 week but to cure it completely it takes time. For the treatment we will have to take your case details and accordingly medicines are sent to you at your doorstep also available nationally and internationally  Please contact me directly through call or consult on practo. Warm Regards Dr Amisha Mirchandani
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Hi,, according to your symptoms it looks like piles, homeopathic constitutional medicine will help you chat with me in private window thankyou
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There are many causes of blood in stool but if there is no pain and no other symptoms then it most likely hemorrhoids. For this you can do following - do not strain at stool - avoid constipation by high fiber food or stool softner - do not delay stool - drink sufficient water - gentle exercise everyday - do not sit too long - prevent anemia due to blood loss by taking iron supplements - homeopathy can easily treat this - if excessive bleeding is there then surgical intervention may be required
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Hi dear it seems piles A homeopathic constitutional treatment will give you a permanent cure naturally You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance Medicines will reach you via courier services
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