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Severe stomach cramping, loose stools with white chunks, hemorrhoids, numbness in anal area. Help?

I ve had 3 surgeries and since have had nothing but issues severe stomach cramping to the point I feel like something is ripping and can t stand (usually on right side) very loose stool with chunks of white now I have hemroids and I don t even have to push to use the restroom stools are so loose I get sick to my stomach but very rarely actually vomit my doc says its nothing but its getting worse my anal area is starting to become numb to where I can t even feel when I go to the restroom please help
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Hello mistysikes,

I suggest you to see a doctor in emergency room. You did not tell what surgeries you had? You are quite restless and you need to be rehydrated with IV lines and antibiotic infusions. Once you get admitted in a hospital your stomach pains can get reduced. You need immediate care. You seem to have been infected with gastroenteritis, you need to undergo investigations, blood tests and management of your symptoms so that you get well soon.

Continue to take juice and soups orally so that you do not get week and debilitated. Take the help of your family members, friends or neighbour to get in contact with your doctor since you are very sick.

Hemorrhoids take a lot of time to get well. You should change your diet. Stop taking junk food, spicy or oily food. Eat boiled, blanced and well cooked food. Soups, cereals, legumes,eggs, meat and nutritious balanced food rich in protein.

You can use a sitz bath for relief. Use warm water and sit for 25-30 minutes twice daily. You should use a towel to dry the area and apply an antibiotic cream to feel better. Make sure you clean dry your sitz bath after each use else it will be the source of infection.

You should see a surgeon who can examine your hemorrhoid clinically and tell you whether you need an anal repair or not. Take proper treatment and have a good day.

Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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