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Mucus discharging piles
I have both external and internal piles, now for 3 days Mucus is Discharging (transparent sticky water) and lump is not going slim remain fat outside anus and hard, mild pain, itchyness over lumps, Is time come for surgery? and How to Stop Mucus?
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It shows infection. You need to keep the area neat & clean by Seitz bath (Potassium Permangnate crystals mixed in warm water & sitting in it after passing stools. Yeah it seems you should go for surgery, more so, if it is giving you trouble with pain, bleeding etc
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☆Hereditary ☆Cirrhosis of liver. ☆Chronic cough. ☆BHP(Benign hypertrophy of prostate) ☆Straining with constipation. ☆Over purgation.
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*Inspection on straining piles may come out,or if of 3 rd degree remain prolapsed. *Palpation - Cannot be felt unless thrombosed. *Proctoscopy- to visulise. *Sentinel pile is overlying skin tag over a fissure.
Health Tips
*Decrease straining at stools. *High fibre diet,increased fluid intake. *Cotton can be used to contain mucoid discharges from anus. *Surgery Sclero therapy. Rubber band ligation. ☆Rest. ☆High Roughage diet. I sugest homoeo Doctor consult & homoeo medicine treatment. Thanks god luck.15.12.2016.
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