Fistuala operation connected to frequent stools. what should I do to get rid of this ?
Dear Sir, I am 45 years male.I underwent an operation for fistula about three years back, I am a diabetic. Now I find that I cannot control my stools even for a short period. When I get up in the morning, I need to rush to the toilet. I go for stools about 5 to 6 times a day. I take janumet and volix in the morning and citapin xt 500 mg in the night. I take rantac 150 mg in the night before food. I am very uncomfortable and do not travel by bus in the night due to this issue. Is this due to fistula operation or due to diabetic medicine. what should I do to get out of this big problem.
There may be a possibility of damage to the anal sphincter during the surgery resulting in your symptoms which are suggestive of fecal incontinence, i suggest you consult a surgical gastroenterologist for your complaints.
In ayurved "shkrsutra padhati"is the best treatment for fistula.The main thing is that it doesn't have any side effect and the post operative problems that you have.Firstly,if possible then send a photograph of operated site to me.Generally this causes the problem due to bleeding in mamsa gat marma.(1)'Kasisadi tailam' for application (2)Yograj guggule 2 tbs with dashamularishtam tds will give you the best result.
Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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