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Having excruciating abdominal pain. Passed stools like stones covered in blood. Solution?

Hi, I have recently visited my doctors for extreme abdominal pain especially on my right side and central stomach . He sent me for blood and stool samples (suspecting gallstones) but i am waiting for the results. I ve just been sleeping and woke up with excruciating stomach pain. Went to the bathroom, passed stools but they where like stones, all clumped together and very very hard but covered in blood. And i mean covered. I have had blood in my stools for a while now and the pain is getting worse. I have pics if that helps? Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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hi there, what you have described suggests that you are suffering from constipation and have developed anal fissures due to the hard stools. Your stomach ache could be related to that.You need to use stool softeners and a local anaesthitic jelly for complete evacuation of your bowels. Due to the pain you are not able to do so and that in turn is causing constipation and hard stools. You need to take something to soften your stools and evacuate it regularly for a week to 10 days an also llignocaine jelly for local application at the anal fissure to let it heal. After that you need to have food with hight fiber like green leafy veg.and fruits regularly. You also need to shift from refined food products to wholesome grains. Get regular exercise as they also help in regularzing your bowel movements.Drink plenty of water or fluids at least 2 litres per day. These simple measures should help or else your doctor might recommend some surgical procedure..Take care
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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