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Severe constipation, white worms, blood in stools. Taking laxatives. Treatment?

Hello my name is XXXXX I m 26 years old. I suffer from sever agonizing constipation . Its even hard for me to pass gas. Yesterday I was so constipated I had to go to urgent care. My stool look like its full of white worms and blood I also have severe stomach cramps . Please help, I rarely can even poop unless I take laxatives
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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History noted. Continue laxatives for 15 more days. Kindly do few lifestyle changes. Drink 3 litres of water per day. Evening take any one fruit daily. Go for a brisk walk at your convenient part of the day at least for half an hour. See to that your food containing adequate fibre , vegetables and spinach.
Hope you would be given de-worming medication in the hospital or else take it today and do periodic deworming every 6 months.Do one stool routine test to find out whether that white ones are really worms or juz mucus in constipated stools.Based on the report further treatment can be decided.
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Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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