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Piles problem
I think I have piles. It's not diagnosed yet. I used to have pain in anus and I started applying Anovate 7-8 months back. It used to give me a relief. But now I've come abroad for some time and I had to walk a lot here. Now I experience terrible pain while walking and while applying Anovate I feel a bump in my anus. Also there is a little bit bleeding while passing stool. I'm waiting till I go back to India which is after one week but the pain is getting intolerable. I cannot walk. I'm talking tool softener but it doesn't help much. The bump is getting bigger and even Anovate has stopped working now.. I'm in terrible condition and clueless what to do until I come back.
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HELLO, TABLET SIGMOFLAM TWO-TIMES A DAY AFTER LUNCH AND DINNER FOR THREE TO FIVE DAYS. XYLOCAIN GEL TO BE APPLIED LOCALLY N INSIDE  THE ANUS BEFORE MOTION TO BE PASSED.   OINTMENT PROCTOCEDIL LOCALLY APPLY LIKE WISE AFTER DEFICATION N WASH. THIS REDUCES YOUR PAIN 90 %. O.K BYE
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