Suggest treatment for lower pelvic pain, searing pain in rectum and right-sided back
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I went through your query and understood your concerns.
For my patients with similar complaints. I would like get complete history
Since how many days pain is there!
Any changes in intensity of pain?
Was there any blood in stool?
bowel movement increases such pain?
And I would have got few tests depending on clinical examination findings like sigmoidoscopy.
These are few measures which help to reduce pain.
Avoid sharp food which are difficult to digest.
Take plenty of water.
Sitz bath 3 times a day to reduce spasm of sphincter .
If pain not controlled with these measures you can use local anaesthetic cream for few days.
Hope I answered your query. Feel free to ask further related query.
Wish you s good health.
What should my diet be like going forward? My goal is to reset my hormone receptors, eat more vegetables and exercise. It is hard to do those things when you are in pain and have no idea what would be good to eat.
Hi, thanks for follow up query.
Regular moderate exercise and diet rich in vegetables and fruits are good. Yes, it's difficult to do exercise during pain. once your pain reduces, after taking above mentioned medication. you can do better.
Better to avoid procecced food. diet rich in fiber content like vegetables and whole fruits reduces hardening of stool there by pain.
Laxative do help to reduce pain by reducing constipation , can be taken for few days till pain reduces.
Hope I answered your query.
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