Hi Doctors, I have been facing this problem from many years. Consulted many doctors
but no result yet. Always and every month, my lips skin gets dried and peels off after few days. Later I get mouth ulcers. Skin gets peeling even in inner part of lips while having hot coffee or tea. Then overall face becomes dull and even turns black. Noticing very small pricks all over around my lips. AND I CLEARLY OBSERVED THAT I GET MOTION PROBLEM ALSO ALONG WITH THIS. I see less quantity of stool while passing motion and feel incomplete evacuation. Stool is liquid but quality will be less. All the medicines and enzymes that doctor provides cure my problem only until I take that. Later again getting the same problem. I m confused whether bcse of motion problems, lip cracking happens or anything else. Confused who to consult also. PLEASE HELP ME OUT.
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Causes for dryness include winter weather, harsh soaps (which will remove the natural moisturizer barrier of your skin), irritants( which could be creams u apply or clothes or ornaments) , health issues (like allergic dermatitis or psoriasis )
Treatment to dry skin includes hydrate yourself well drink plenty of fluids, avoid using harsh soaps, use cleansing lotions for face n mild soap for body , use moisturizer after showers....for ulcers avoid taking spicy ,hot ,chilly food items , avoid smoking ,chewing beetle nuts , alcohol, take vitamin tablets ,apply local anesthetic to area ,have tender coconut, buttermilk . have lot of fruits and vegetables...for stool issues...If you lack enough
fiber in your diet, your stool can become stagnate, dry and hard.
Increasing your fiber intake will help promote soft and bulky stool.
Foods that are fiber-rich include beans, fruits, whole grains, beans
and vegetables....in adequate fluid content in your diet can make stools hard and get impacted... Drink plenty of water,coconut water,fruit juice etc...Regular physical activity can stimulate your digestive system,
promoting more frequent bowel movements...Consult physician they will do the needful
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