Sir u might be having fissure and a pile.start taking lots of salads in lunch with curd and isabgol.avoid non veg and spicy oily food stop smoking and drinking and consult a homoeopath .the medicine will cure your problem permanently and rapidly and you will be relieved by ur pain and u can call me up and bring the medicine by courier
This may be due to anal fissure. Please take bananas. Also take cow's milk in night , and during day you can take butter milk, take walk in between work to avoid continuous sitting , the driving on bicycle may increase piles due to mechanical pressure. If you eat non-vegetarian foods take vegetables and fruits and avoid non-vegetarian foods. Avoid foods which are too oily , spicy and pungent because such foods cause misery and disease and can increase piles. Special instructions :Sharing with you ( as a photo file link in webpage link ,and also as photo file inside this message for you to download ) the “four regulative principles” for good health, so hopefully you would never again have to face health trouble in future. Please make meditation a part of your daily life which helps for well-being of mind and body. So , Please also enroll free today at www.joincourse.com for the process of good health,
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It is hemorrhoids or fissure. Kindly see a General surgeon for an apt diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Until then consume high fibre diet. Get daily sitz bath( Sit in a bucket of warm water for 5 to 10 minutes). Apply 2% lignocaine jelly locally twice daily. Kindly beware of steroid containing piles creams and do not use them without Medical supervision.
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