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Blood in the stool
Few months ago, had constipation problem and saw blood in my stool multiple times. This usually resulted in burning sensation around the anus. This stopped for a while. Two days ago, experienced dysentery and saw blood in the stool again. There is no pain this time. Blood appears bright red and in streaks or dots.
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It's not dysentery I guess bleeding is due to fissures due to underlying constipation...First of all you should start taking a high fibre diet, incorporate more of fruits, green leafy vegetables and salads in diet.. Drink plenty of water....You should always take walk after meals and follow daily workout regime....With that fallow relaxation techniques like yoga, meditation,avoid alcohol, smoking, coffee, tea...take syp duphalac 10 ml at night time with milk or warm water....Sitz baths after bowel movements and as needed provide significant symptomatic relief because they relieve some of the painful internal sphincter muscle spasm...Consult nearest surgeon they will do the needful.
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Examination *Tenderness over colon especially left il-isc fossa. *Signs of dehydration. *Eyes sunkun. *Pulse Tachycardia,B.P. low, temp. raised. *Patient may become toxic. *Blood Leucocytosis with increased po-lymorphs and eosinophils usually absent. *Stool pinkish red, or frank blood, mucus, fecal matter scanty or nil. R.B.C., pus cells and bacteria present. *Endoscopy  lesions of suppurative type.
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Severe hemorrhage & anemia. Perforation. Peritonitis. Rectal prolapse.
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