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Tight and painful motion with blood, persisting bleeding. Diet to assist smooth motion?

I had a very tight and painful motion yesterday which resulted in little blood coming out as well. Today i had a bit normal motion (though not very smooth). But due to the injury yesterday i still had blood coming out. Could you please advise on foods that help in very smooth motion so that the injuried part will heal quickly. Note : i am currently abroad and some simple foods would really help.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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You should use some stool- softner (LAXATIVES). Try to eat more vegetables and high fibre diet that will help also. You may apply some healing cream at hat injured site.
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Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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there is dryness in your stomach.first of all you should discard heavy and solid diet and use liquid diet.such as oat,corn flake,milk mixed with almond oil+olive oil+cocunut oil,fresh fruit juices.isphagol husk.on the liquification of diets you will feel good comfort in your problems.
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Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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