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Pain and pressure in rectum
I always hv tenensmus feeling  from 6 months after my delivery that i hv to pass stools sometimes i pressure only gas comes out sometimes stools but i hv to strain a lot for bowel movement and stools are also not hard. I think i hv gastritis prblm. A trapped gas in rectum which are affecting my stools as i am straining so stools come out. Or there is some swelling, trauma, reddness, ittitation in rect due to straining while delivery which is giving me tenesmus feeling. Nd because of straining i may hv got swelling in stomach- collitis, some doctor say i hv ibs but ibs medicine not working on me. Some say i am going through laxative abuse. Some say i hv defecation disorder like obstructive defecation, dysegnic defecation. But my manometry report is notmal. But the report cn be wrong as i didnt hold tight during the test. My colonoscopy report is normal. Doctor say may be collitis must be in remission ay that time. Some belive its not related to my delivery. Some say it is
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I’m sorry to read about your plight. With so many different opinions and diagnoses made, I’m sure you must be very stressed out. I would suggest you start from the basics. Drink 3-4 litres of water every day. Eat a healthy diet with sufficient fibre. Exercise and walk daily. Take a laxative like Syp Cremaffin Plus, 30ml at bedtime only. Avoid taking anything more and be patient. At the end of 2 weeks of you still have trouble, meet a doctor. Please don’t self-medicate/ take other medications, so that we can understand your bowel physiology.
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