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What treatment should I take to stop bleeding in stools ?

im facing of bleeding problem during latrine in the form of drop 5 to 10 drops. it starts just before 5 days only but no feeling any pain from either time or side. m 30 yrs old, 52kg women. please suggest right remedy.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
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Bleeding during latrine may be condition of piles, fistula or fissure. These days its been common problem due to dietary and lifestlyes habit. The constipation history may cause weaked tissue in anal region and bleeding per anus is common. So the medication including lifestyle change is necessary for complete relief.
For piles, fissure including ano rectal disease the only choice is Ayurvedic approach of treatment. As percondition we had herbal medication and in condition we had our own approach of Ayurvedic surgery called Ksharsutra. This surgery is typical threading operation as described in text book of Ayurveda and recognised by WHO.
This is only successful with minimal recorrence, complete relief, no need hospital stay, no bleeding and done in minor OT set up..
take care
Answered: Mon, 9 May 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Rajesh Lakhanpaul's  Response
Dear AKV
the droplets of blood per rectum are indicative of piles. Piles in majority of cases is the outcome of constipation, so first part of traetment calls for is to avoid constipation this can be achieved by increasing roughage or having some herbal laxatives. Mildest non irritant laxative is psylum husk. Trifla tab. or herbolax can be taken as laxative.
to check bleeding immediately you can have Bol badh ras or rakt stambhak vati.
have bland diet.
Answered: Mon, 9 May 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Rangadhar Satapathy's  Response
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That bleeding is due to piles (as there is no pain). Some healthy tips I am giving that will be helpful. Avoid all oily spices food, junk fast foods, take more fruits vegetables as green salads fruit salads with your diet, take minimum 3 to 4 liters of water daily, avoid any non veg foods for the time being to avoid constipation. sleep minimum 6to 8 hours at night, takes your meals in time, no late night sleep. Some homeopathic medicines will be helpful like 1)Hamamalis- Q (Dr.Reckweg) - 20 drops diluting with 30 ml water TID, 2)Sulphur - 200C (Dr.Reckweg ) once daily at morning for 7 days, 3)Nux vom - 200C (Dr.Reckweg) TD for 7 days. It will be helpful
Wish you for the rapid recovery of your health
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Answered: Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Swati Ramkumar's  Response
Dear AKV,
Bleeding after stools could occur due to a variety of reasons, the commonest being piles (can be painful or painless) , (external/internal). Anal fissures is another condition which causes bleeding , but fissures are extremely painful, with severe pain lasting for a few minutes to hours after passing stools.
Since you do not have pain, it is more likely to be piles.
Diet and life style changes are a mainstay in piles treatment.
1) Include leafy vegetables, fruits, oats and other fiber rich food in your diet, which would help in preventing hard stools
2) Avoid straining at stools as it tends to aggravate the condition
3) Spicy food and non vegetarian food is to be avoided
4) Sitting in a tub with hot water till the water turns warm, helps in relieving the swelling and congestion.
5) Sitting continuously for long periods of time needs to be minimized.

Homeopathy has permanent and excellent treatment for piles. A detailed case history is required for prescription. You may visit a homeopath for further treatment.
Answered: Sun, 8 May 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Anshita Singh Rathore's  Response
Welcome to healthcare magic forum

Bleeding after stool can be due to many causes, most commonly piles, which can be painful or painless.
2nd possibility is a Fissure, which is painful condition.

Piles treatment requires medication + lifestyle changes.

For medication- homeopathy is safe option. Convetional medical treatment includes surgery and laxatives.

Life style changes-
1. Avoid sitting for long hrs.
2. Avoid straining and constipation
3. Diet containing whole grains, salad, fruits, oats, falx seeds, yoghurt helps a lot.
4. Sitz bath0- sitting in hot water tub for 10 -15 min befor stool, reducs swellin in the veins (piles are swollen veins of rectum)


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