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Difficulty in bowel movement, tight stools. Will non-veg food worsen the situation?

hi dr..iam 28 yrs old..i have delivered my baby normally b4 2 yrs..i have piles problem b4 marriage due to bad food in my college i have so much pain when i go for motion.. stool is very tight..i take more water,i sit in warm salt water,i eat fibre rich foods,green vegetables and fruits but still no use..i don take chicken and egg bcoz of this problem...what should i do for this problem..wil nonveg foods make the situation still worser??
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
hi there, you have most probabely anal fissures along with piles which is the reason for the pain while passing stools. It is a vicious cycle when the pain prevents you from evacuating properly which in turn leads to constipation and hard stools causeing pain and fissures. You need to visit a doctor and get local anaesthetic gel prescribed whicj can be applied 10 min before passing stools so that the pain eases and it is easy to evacuate your bowel. As you are already taking high fiber diet and plenty of fluids once your bowel movements are regular then these problems will cease and the fissure will heal. If this does not relive your problem then let the surgeon decide whether you need to go for a dilatation procdure as you might be having a tight anal sphincter. Non veg food does make constipation worse but you need the condition to be treated rather than avoid certain food. take care.
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hello ashamahesh
definitely non veg food worsen your condition so you should avoid it . add liver tonic with your medicine like adiliv syrup 2 tsf after meal 3 times a day. you can use sodium picosulfate syrup for your contipation.
Answered: Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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