Have recently observed blood in the kamod....also felt irritation at that place. Please help with a good doctor to consult
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Dr. Rama S.K
15 yrs. of exp | Pune | Internal Medicine
Meet surgeon...get proctoscopy done to rule out inner hemorrhoids or fissure...take treatment thereafter
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Dr. Laxman G. Jonwal
28 yrs. of exp | Mumbai | Consultant Physician
Hello There,
*Probable conditions that causes bleeding from anus - Rectum may be:-
1) Piles internal and external
2) Fissures - cut - tear injury in Anal canal
3) Colitis - Ulcerative colitis
4) IBS - Irritable bowel syndrome
5) Chronic Amebiasis
6) Damage due to dry and hard Stool
*Root causes of above mentioned diseases may be:-
a) Constipation, slow Peristalsis and Weak Intestines
b) Infection
c) Acidity-Gas-Gastritis
d) Indigestion or Poor Digestion
e) Allergy and Poor Immunity
f) Chronic illness
g) Prolong medication
h) Anxiety-Stress-Tension
i) Insomnia and sleep disorders
j) Psychiatric problem, Depression
k) Late Night working
l) Day Time sleep
m) Unhealthy food habits
n) Unhealthy Lifestyle
o) Regular eating of  Fast food, junk, packed, processed food stuff and Cold Drinks.
*Correct diagnosis and accordingly proper Comprehensive treatment is needed
*Consult Privately online-Telephone-Video OR Visit personally for proper management.
Next Steps
1) Avoid above mentioned causes
2) 1 Bowl cooked fresh green vegetables once daily
3) 1 Bowl cooked fresh fruit vegetables once daily
4) 1 Bowl cooked Dal Twice daily in each meal
5) 6-8 glass of water daily
6) Breakfast at 7-8
7) Lunch at 1 noon
8) Dinner at 7.30pm
9) 2 Tsf Cow Ghee three times in a day with Cow milk OR Dal OR Rice
10) Fresh Seasonal different colours fruit Twice daily at 10-11am and 4.30-5.30pm.
Health Tips
*Don't neglect any type of bleeding
*It may be symptoms of some serious Disease
*Consult urgently.
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