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Rectal pain
Too much rectal pain and even increases when i go to toilet Please help me out Any painkiller or cream to b applied
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As per your history may be you r  suffering from Acute Anal Fissure. For severe pain u can apply local application cow Ghrut . If severe pain medicated til tail enema that relives your anal canal and relive spasm. U need to correct ur constipation. Softavac Powder 1 tsf with 1 glass of luke water ...bed time. Take sitz bath 2 times. Avoid - Non veg, Spicy food, Junk food, Fast food. Advice - Take lots of green vegatables and salads and butter milk. Water - 6 to 8 glass water.
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If not treated with this advice consult neatest PROCTOLOGIST OR ANORECTAL SURGEON.
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get checkek from a surgon, may be you are suffering from , piles,
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Application of jatyadi ghrutam along with seets bath may help you,
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Have Fresh and home made butterbilk, daily 2 times, avoid poha, maida, junk food, nonveg, sppicey food, poha, besan, chana dal, green chilly, corn, panner, cold drinks, juices
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Your query is not complete. Go to good Ayurvedic doctor. After proper examination only any treatment can be recommended. Don't neglect with self medication.
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An anal fissure is a small, oval shaped tear in skin that lines the opening of the anus. Fissures typically cause severe pain and bleeding with bowel movements. Anal fissures can occur at any age. Most (85-90%) fissures occur in the posterior (back) midline of the anus with about 10-15% occurring in the anterior (front) midline. Symptoms: The typical symptoms of anal fissure include; Pain; and Bleeding with bowel movements. Patients note severe pain during, and after a bowel movement. They also notice bright red blood from the anus that can be seen on the toilet paper or on the stool. Causes: Trauma to inner lining of the anus Loose stools Diarrhea Hard, dry bowel movement Chronic amoebiasis Chron’s disease Ulcerative colitis Anal fissures may be acute or chronic. Acute fissures may have the appearance of a simple tear in the anus, whereas chronic fissures may have swelling and scar tissue present. Chronic fissures may be more difficult to treat and also have an external lump associated with the tear, which is called sentinel pile or skin tag, as well as extra tissue just inside the anal canal, referred to as a hypertrophied papilla. Ayurvedic Treatment for Anal Fissure: According to ayurveda, a disease occurs due to an impairment of the body energies. Ayurveda believes that the imparement of digestive system with the predominance of apana vata is the cause for fissures, and if bleeding occurs, it is due to Ranjaka Pitta. Line of treatment:  Ayurvedic Treatment for Anal Fissure improves digestion and metabolism. Treatments – The treatment modalities includes Kshara Karma, panchakarma, external therapies, internal medications, Activities, Advice of food and life style changes. Kshara Karma :  Ayurvedic treatment for fissures include using index finger coupled with ayurvedic healing oils. In Ayurveda, the sentinal tag is cut by using a specialized medicated alkaline thread ligation technique which is known as Kshara-sutra ligation, and it offers a better way to treat chronic fissure-in-ano than conventional surgery.  Kshara sutra method is least invasive para surgical procedure for cutting benign tissues like sentinel tag, piles, masses, warts, condyloma e.t.c. A highly specialized medicated thread is ligated tightly around the sentinel tag, which strangulate the tissue and cause necrosis. Thus, the tag falls off in 3-5 days. The underlying fissure heals up in 5-15days.                                  Panchakarma – Basti Externally – Avagaha Sweda – Sitz Bath with medicated decoctions Internally – Deepana (Carminatives) Pachana (Digestives) Vatanulomana (correcting the function of Apana vayu) Activities: Specific Asanas, Panayamas, mudras Food: Improving on the intake of water preferably warm water and food which makes digestion easier. Avoid spicy-hot and citrus foods Improved intake of diet rich in fibre and vegetables Timely regular wholesome meals in a conducible non disturbing atmosphere. Lifestyle changes:   specific to the individuals constitution, nature of work and geographical conditions
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You may be suffering from fissure . Look for the blood in stool. If any, please consult the surgeon for proctoscopy.Avoid spicy , oily and junk food. Prefer liquids and fibrous diet. Take proper measures to avoid constipation. You may apply anovate ointment for time being.
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