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Anal pain after the hemmoroid surgery, not much stools. Am I constipated ?

i had a hemmoroid op on the 5th january and since this friday i have suffered anal pain been to the hospital twice in an ambulance as the pain was just too much for me but they send me home saying its part of the healing and just gotta go with it?i cant take too much more???? i have passed stool but not too much. is there a way to tell if i am constispacted or not????
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Hello friend,
thanks for sharing your concern
firstly i would like to say that yes hemorrhoid post surgery is very painful...secondly you have to try to pass out stool need not worry about the surgical site..drink warm milk or warm water every night before you go to bed...even if thats not helping you then visit your operated doctor and ask him to push an enema..
Hence nothing to worry this will recover very soon..
Take care
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