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What causes burning sensation while defecation and urge to defecate? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Sep-2014
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User:Hi doctor
User:i have been experiencing pain and burning sensation after stools
User:also i get the urge to poop at odd times.. sometimes at 1 in the night, sometimes at 5 in teh morning..
User:this is from the last 3-4 days
Doctor:Are you passing watery stool?
Doctor:Or is it well formed stool?
User:no doctor.. normal
Doctor:Perhaps it may be related to indigestion or hyperacidity.
User:also it pains if i contract the muscles
Doctor:You can try a course of proton pump inhibitor such as rabicip 40mg once a day for 2 weeks.
Doctor:Where does it pain?
User:in the anal region
Doctor:you may also have a fissure there.
Doctor:It will resolve in few days to week.
Doctor:Try XXXXXXX warm water sitz bath.
User:ok doctor
Doctor:Drink plenty of fluids, fruits and vegetables.
Doctor:Avoid spicy foof.
User:ok doctor..
Doctor:If symptoms persist, you should see a doctor for examination.
User:ok doctor
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:only meds are the PPIs right
Doctor:At this point of time yes, the PPI and XXXXXXX warm sitz bath.
User:ok doctor..
Doctor:See a doctor for examination if symptoms don't resolve.
User:sure doctor..
User:thats all doctor.. thanks
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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