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Colonoscopy for itching and irritation in the anus - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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Doctor :   HI
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   I am having piles complaint-Undergone surgery 10 years back-After that IRCT once done-Some itching and irritation are in the anus
User :   47 years old-xxx
Doctor :   ok
User :   Taking medicines now
Doctor :   ok
User :   Even though some uncomfortable is there
User :   Any golonoscope is to be done
Doctor :   Colonoscopy
User :   What it is to be done at this juncture
Doctor :   if that is it then you need to get it done to rule out internal Piles that would be there
User :   Sorry sir
Doctor :   If you are having any Bleeding per rectum
User :   Is it curable-Internal piles
User :   No bleeding Sir
Doctor :   then you shall need to get it evaluated and get the Colonoscopy done for the reasons to rule out other cause which can give rise to teh similar symptoms
User :   45 minutes walk every day morning Sir
Doctor :   Yes it is curable not be worried about it
User :   OK Sir
Doctor :   try this exercise like

Doctor :   Contracting your anus like while you are going to toilet
Doctor :   you will need to contract your anus
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