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Dalcolax tablets to treat anal fissures post childbirth - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   Yes , i need your consultation regarding my wife
User :   she is a mother of a girl 4 months old
User :   and she is brest feeding currently
User :   she is facing a problem
User :   she is having piles
User :   its very difficult for her to pass motion
User :   can u help in this
User :   is it normally happen
Doctor :   k
User :   ?
Doctor :   to get a better picture I need this information--
Age: Occupation: ; Location: ;
User :   30, swft eng, bangalore
Doctor :   tell me about her dietary pattern
User :   she is a vegetarian always have food at home, and very less spicy food with one green vegetable and daal daily
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   what was the reason that she thought that she has piles
User :   she is having a lot ofpain while passing motion but hse doesnt feel pain while sitting or any time other than while shitting
Doctor :   is there any blood in the stool
User :   she didnt notice that
Doctor :   k
User :   can there be any medicine which will help her
Doctor :   does she feel any skin tags at her anus
User :   she do have some abbarations at her anus
Doctor :   pregnancy causes hypertension and increases strain during bowel movements, so hemorrhoids are often associated with pregnancy.
Doctor :   since when is she experiencing these aymptoms
Doctor :   i mean symptoms
User :   since 2 days
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   whats her weight and height
User :   but she suffered the same symptoms when she was 7-8 moths pregnancy
User :   60 kgs and 5-5,
Doctor :   from the history that u are providing i think it can likely be anal fissure
User :   k'
User :   so what can be the cause of that and what can be done to avaoid them
User :   also r these chronic
Doctor :   there can be other causes also like the one you are thinking -piles
User :   i mean stay there always and have to b removed
User :   hmmm
Doctor :   Many acute anal fissures will heal spontaneously.
User :   so is there anyhting that will give her relief
Doctor :   acute is sudden in this context
User :   i mean some sort of medication
Doctor :   Prevention
User :   k
Doctor :   Treating constipation by eating food rich in dietary fiber
User :   like apple
Doctor :   if she has constipation
User :   but she is not having constipation
Doctor :   green leafy vegetables
User :   she is having her normal bowels
User :   ok
Doctor :   avoiding caffeine (which can increase constipation)
Doctor :   drinking a lot of water
Doctor :   fill in this form and say ok when done
Doctor :   Avoiding straining or prolonged sitting on the toilet.
User :   i was looking for some medicine if you can tell us
User :   as well
Doctor :   tablet dalcolax
Doctor :   2 in the night
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send and give feedback and when done, Please say it.
User :   ok i filled the form and sent
Doctor :   t seems that you have moved out of the chat window, Please get back if you need any medical advice

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