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Piles, blood in stools with intense pain. No improvement with evict, burning on using dilzem. Had prolapse operation

my mother is suffering from piles ,the blood is coming while going to bathroom she suffers from very much pain , actually she is suffering from this from six month ,in last year she got operation of prolaps evey thing was gong right,but this year in january she travelled a some un comfortable journey, from that when she returned home she got started loose motion for four months & also sometimes blood comes in it while a long treatment,loose motion stooped but piles came out ,now she is very week, we started homeopathic medicine but got no relief,now fro three days we again started allopathi evict & some other medicine but not geeting much relief she has to go for bathroom 4to 5 times She also used dilzem creame while using it she got more pain & burning i stooped it fom today ,kindly give ur valuable suggestion.
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Your mother had prolapsed bleeding piles.
You need to go for warm water sitting after every time she pass her stool for at least 10-15 minute this will clean the area.Then apply xylocain containing cream.
An Anti inflammatory medicine along with Amoebicidal help to control inflammation with anerobic infection.
The most important thing is she must gets loose stool to prevent friction so she should be given mild laxative along with more leafy vegetables.
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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