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Fulness & swelling feeling in rectum
Hello sir, Earlier I was struggling with gastritis, but last year I had an deptt. Exam for that I continue studied for 15days on hard floor due to which I felt itch in in my anus I consulted a vascular surgeon who after examination said that I have a small crack in rectum canal. He  suggested a cream protosedyl tab sitcom, stool softener and pentaperzole for 15days after taking medicine the problem became silent for sometime and not completely gone. Now sir I'm feeling fullness and swelling rectum area without any bleeding and feeling discomfort while sitting I'm taking novamax 500 from last 2days.As I'm taking sufficient fibre. Pls suggest what should I do.
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Take stool softener and get a sigmoidoscopy done by a Gastroenterologist
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[ ] Hi, it seems you have developed fissure in ano. ( a cut in anal canal due to passage of hard stool). You need some good laxative to make stool soft do that it should not hurt the wounded area. Take isabgol husk in Luke warm water after dinner daily. You can try Triphala powder. There are certain ointment to relax the anal sphincter which helps in relieving pain and allows fissure to heal. Do sitz bath three times a day. Feel free to ask any further quary.
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