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Pain in stomach and anus, Mushy smelly stools - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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hi i am getting sharp pains in my anus.although this could be lower back.pain seems to be spreding lower stomach when i sleep on my stomach. Also i get really mushy smelly stools.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   iam.Dr.xxxx
Doctor :   Let me read your post
Doctor :   May i know you age ,gender?
User :   Ok
User :   Male age 27
Doctor :   Since how long you have this pain?
Doctor :   Do you have pain while urinating?
Doctor :   Are you having diarrhoea?
Doctor :   Do you have piles?
User :   I had it bout 4 mounths ago but then went. Know come back 2 days ago.not diareah just loose stools no pain during urination
Doctor :   Were are you from?
Doctor :   Do you have any recent diet change?
User :   Uk AAAAAAA
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   is it at the anal region or at the lower abdomen?
User :   No diet change
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Do you have fever?
Doctor :   Many conditions can cause rectal pain. Most of these are not serious.
Doctor :   do you have haemorrhoids?
Doctor :   An anal fissure is a small tear in the skin at the opening of the rectum. It is caused when a large, hard stool is passed, with excessive stretching of the anus.
Doctor :   This problem can also occur in people whose anal sphincter tone (the muscle that controls the anal opening) is too tight and cannot relax to pass the stool.
User :   what can it be
Doctor :   It Can be an infection in the piles if you have
Doctor :   or it can be amoebic ulcer
Doctor :   Proctalgia fugax is a condition associated with fleeting rectal pain and occurs in 8% of Americans.
Doctor :   Levator ani syndrome-Spasm of these muscles is believed to cause rectal pain.
Doctor :   anyway an physical examination is required
Doctor :   which involves
User :   Where have u gone
Doctor :   history,digital examination,colonoscopy etc
Doctor :   So get an anal examination done
Doctor :   to rule out the local causes there
Doctor :   do an urine examination
Doctor :   to rule out pus cells
Doctor :   did you follow?
User :   Whats hapning
Doctor :   you should also be tested for ulcerative colitis
Doctor :   Ulcerative colitis causes inflammation and sores (ulcers), in the top layers of the lining of the large intestine.
Doctor :   Symptoms of ulcerative colitis include abdominal pain, diarrhea, rectal bleeding, the recurrent urge to have a bowel movement (tenesmus), lack of appetite, fever, and fatigue.
Doctor :   Abdominal pain, diarrhea, and bloody bowel movements are the hallmark of the disease.
Doctor :   Do Stool samples to check for evidence of bleeding or infection.
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Doctor :   Log out an log in again
Doctor :   if you have any problem now
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User :   No diet change
Doctor :   Clear fluids for 24 hours allows the colon to rest and will usually resolve the loose bowel movements.
User :   Are u there
Doctor :   The diet is gradually progressed to include bananas, rice, apples, and toast (the BRAT diet), then to more solid meals.
Doctor :   Milk products and fatty, greasy foods should be avoided for a few days.
Doctor :   Fluids need to be encouraged to prevent dehydration. Urine output can be used as a gauge of hydration. If the urine is yellow and concentrated, more fluid may be required.
Doctor :   Although specific foods do not cause the disease, some types of food may trigger discomfort and diarrhea.
Doctor :   Spicy or high-fiber foods may need to be eliminated especially when the diarrhea phase is active.
Doctor :   A well-balanced diet is always a smart choice.
Doctor :   Are you getting my chats?
User :   Am i getting a reply of u or not
User :   What is going on
Doctor :   are you there?

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