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Continuous urge to pass stools, eases on putting pressure on anal muscles, occasionally have red streaks in stool with burning. Cause and medicines?

hi the thing is that when i sit or am in college or in attention and work i always feel uncomfortable even if i have passed my stool it feels that i need to visit the loo again when i add some pressure to my anal muscle i feel comfortable for a few seconds and then again the uncomfortableness starts.thsi iam experiencing since many years .also sometimes i have thin stool and watery too and sometimes i have some jelly type small redd colour things in my stool along with some burning sensation sometimes.when i pass my stool it does not pain as such or something neither i can feel some pain or anything when i press my butts or touch or press my anal area nor can feel any swelling etc in that region .plzzzz help me regarding whats my problem its affecting my work i have not told my parents yet abt this problem plzz can u suggest some medications and tell me what can the problem be plzzz doctor.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Thank you for the query.

Such symptoms can be caused by hemorrhoids (the most common reason), rectal polyps or colon cancer. It is advisable for you to explain the source of blood in stool and thin stools first. You should have colonoscopy performed, especially if you have lost some weight recently. If the colonoscopy will show nothing more than hemorrhoids, you can start some treatment.
Hot baths with Quercus Cortex, keep your stool more soft and avoid constipations, increase fiber rich products and mineral water intake and get some hemorrhoids suppositories available without prescription.
In some cases, only surgery can treat hemorrhoids.

Hope this will help. Feel free to ask further questions.
Answered: Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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