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Severe constipation, piles, blood in stools, anal pain. Permanent remedy?

I am shariful ,age 36,my major problem is Constipation ,it became turns piles.when i was study in college,my life style like breakfast,lunch,drink water,vegetable properly etc.wasn t regularly in time because of class ,lab,study .i started smoking in my college life but it is limited(still this is not effect if i smoke or not).that time i felt constipation.for your kind information,my father has also constipation day i found some fresh blood going with my stole.i worried about it.i couldn t share it with others because of shyness. i am suffering the piles problem last 15 years.i didn t take any treatment for piles.recently,i feel when constipation problem,boold goes with my stole.and it happens several times in a month.and little bit pain in my annal side.i give a cream(Annustat cream-which is for annal side),after that i feel better. Now i want,my piles problem remove forever. what should i do? plz..give me better solution or treatment.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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Welcome to the forum. I can understand your concern for the sufferings through which you are passing. Piles may take some time to get cured fully but if you follow the diet suggestions religiously yu can take control of your situation before it is too late.

Keep yourself hydrated well ( take 1-2 litres of clean hygienic water ), take a lot of fresh fruits, salads, soups, juice and energy drinks. Make sure to include diet rich in iron and fiber.

Hemorrhoids can occur due to hevy weight lifting or during pregnancy due to pressure of the foetus, taking fried spicy food or anal intercourse. Prolonged sitting/ standing or strenous work may cause piles.

Sitting on a warm bath ( switz bath ) gives relief, local application of haemmorhoid gel will help you feel better. Try to lose weight and perform regular exercises ( to bring flexion of the abdominal muscles to improve circulation in the rectal area). Do not hold toilet for a long time.

I suggest you to get clinically assessed to diagnose the degree ( first, second, third ) of haemorrhoid that is troubling you. This will help you get properly treated. If you have problems I am there to help you. Take care.
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