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Abdominal cramps, blood in stools, acute pain on sneezing, sitting. Had anal fissures, hemorrhoids in the past. Suggestion?

i have been having abdominal cramps , coupled with small fresh blood on toilet paper and on stool after every five or six bowel movements. Have been diagnosed with anal fissure and hemmroids in past. Pain is only acute when sneezing or coughing or when sitting down for long periods of time. Have minor burning sensation or feeling of a small thorn stuck up there.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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It may be due to Anal Fissure or Fistula or Haemmorrhoids.
You must visit your physician to have thorough examination and to check whether MRI pelvis is needed or not for Anal Fistula.
Avoid constipation if you have take syrup. Lactulose 2 TSF twice a day to relieve constipation.
Avoid chillies to decrease the intensity of pain while defecation.

I hope I am sucessful in solving your query If you have more you can ask me.
Take care
Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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