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Itching and pain in the anus while passing stools - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hello
Doctor :   Yes
User :   i am having problem during motion, itching and pain
Doctor :   Ok
User :   am not sure ......what coulf be the issue ?
Doctor :   What is the problem in motion?
User :   not frequent as well sometime loose motion
Doctor :   Do you see white mucus in the motin
Doctor :   Do you see change in color?
User :   no
User :   no
Doctor :   Do you notice worms in it?
User :   no
Doctor :   Does it itch near the anus at nights?
User :   yes...sometimes i am feeling wet in that part
Doctor :   Does it pain during stool or all the time?
Doctor :   How is your appetite?
User :   in stool
Doctor :   Do you have fever/ body pains
User :   appetite means?
Doctor :   how is yiour hunger
User :   no fever no body pains
Doctor :   appetite is hunger
User :   am feeling hungry as usual no change noticed
Doctor :   How long you have this problem
User :   last 4 months
Doctor :   Have you seen a doc or takn any medicine

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