Bleeding after passing stool, after which I experienced some dizziness. Bleeding stopped after a while, there was no pain. Flesh always protrudes after passing stool, but returns to normal in a few hours.
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I can understand your concern.
This definitely looks like haemorrhoids and you need to get it checked out.
The dizziness could be due to anemia which you might be having die to repeated blood loss.
Kindly consult general surgeon in person for further evaluation and management.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
1. Is there any blood in the stools ?
2. For how long have you been having this condition?
3.Also, is their any irritation at anus or pain abdomen?
4.Do u have constipation?
5.Do you have Acidity problem?
Please answer these questions before we proceed to treatment protocol.
dear patietn in such type of cases HOmoeopathy gives the best results without any sideeffects try consult them also once get it diagnosed with a gynaecologist properly and tell the same to yout homoeopathic consultant.......(skilled and experienced Homoeopath- not all homoeopaths are same in their results and concepts)/......
take Homoeopahtic medicine 1. Hammalis 200- 1dram pills 6-6-6 for 1 wk 2. Rubrum 200- 2drams 6-6-6 for 2wks revert back after 2 wks
Avoid fast and junk foood try taking more of greeen leafy vegetables and soups.....also have more of papaya and cucumber before diner daily all the best
you may be having hemorrhoids which bleed occasionally, please visit a GI surgeon and get yourself examined and if need be operated, it's a simple small surgery which will take care of the issue completely, and the condition is best treated by surgery, in the interim keep fluid intake high and eat lots of fibers to avoid constipation
This is piles
Kindly check with a surgeon
There is treatment for this
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