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Blood coming in motion an getting some pain,but the motion is coming as normally.
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Hello I understand your concern It can be haemorrhoids or piles We have many good homeopathic medicines for this condition to treat it completely from the root itself without any sideffects that are part of conventional medicines Please contact me directly or ask me at dramisha.com Online consultation and medicines at your doorstep are also delivered nationally and internationally Warm regards Dr Amisha Mirchandani
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Hi dear it may be piles,a homoeopathic constitutional treatment will give you a permanent cure naturally You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance and permanent cure without any side effects
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Hello, Passing blood with stool may be due to various causes like bacterial infection,colitis,piles or fissure. If you have problem of constipation then it may be piles or fissure. If you are feeling twisted pain in abdomen then it is dysentery. So first of all go for cbc,stool test and widal test. Relief for. Pain take analgesic and antacid tab bd. Avoid spicy food.
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whenever you have your pathological report  ask your doctor.your problem can be treat successfully and rapidly through homoeopathy medicine.
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