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What Causes Thrombosis Hemorrhoid?

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Posted on Mon, 17 Oct 2016
Question: My daughter thinks she has a thrombosis hemorrhoid. She is experiencing slight bleeding along with stool presence on underclothes in morning. She denies pain per say just feel uncomfortable. History of IBS and known hemorrhoid. She has to wear a pad for protection. She recently had a bacterial vaginal infection treated with Flagyl. Now she feels she has another infection due to similar odor. Are they related? She also has had a fissure
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Answered by Dr. Shafi Ullah Khan (33 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Hemorrhoid / fissure recurrence.

Detailed Answer:
Thank you for asking

I read your question and i understand your concern. History of IBS, hemorrhoid, anal fissure, vaginal infection presented with current episodes of blood in stool is likely a flare of hemorrhoid or anal fissure. It needs anal examination and management accordingly . If fissure are there, topical vasodilators, sitz baths, stool softeners etc can be tried. Good bowel habits and diet preferences for IBS will help the bowel symptoms. Eat small frequent meals, use fiber and fluids more, avoid dairy, spices, chocolates, processed, canned foods. Avoid cola, beverages, soda, beer etc.

Take her to a doctor , they will do some baseline examination and then manage it accordingly. I hope it helps. Take good care of her and yourself and dont forget to close the discussion please.

Regards
Khan
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What Causes Thrombosis Hemorrhoid?

Brief Answer: Hemorrhoid / fissure recurrence. Detailed Answer: Thank you for asking I read your question and i understand your concern. History of IBS, hemorrhoid, anal fissure, vaginal infection presented with current episodes of blood in stool is likely a flare of hemorrhoid or anal fissure. It needs anal examination and management accordingly . If fissure are there, topical vasodilators, sitz baths, stool softeners etc can be tried. Good bowel habits and diet preferences for IBS will help the bowel symptoms. Eat small frequent meals, use fiber and fluids more, avoid dairy, spices, chocolates, processed, canned foods. Avoid cola, beverages, soda, beer etc. Take her to a doctor , they will do some baseline examination and then manage it accordingly. I hope it helps. Take good care of her and yourself and dont forget to close the discussion please. Regards Khan