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Anal fissures, internal hemorrhoids, blood clots in stools. Using rectogesic ointment. Treatment?

Hi there. I have been diagnosed with a anal fissure and two internal haemorroids. The pain has been terrible but is slowly getting better with rectogesic ointment and lactulose . I have had this for 9 months. Now when I pass stools there is a large clot that usually comes out first. Would this be more likely from the fissure or the haemorroids? The bleeding is a lot better but now it is just these large clots. Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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The large blood clot coming out when you are passing the stools are due to hemorrhoids. When they heal, they are clogged. When the stool is passing, touches the "under-healing-process hemorrhoids" leading to clotting come out first.

With regards to anal fissure, it is better to evaluate by a surgeon if you need any surgical treatment.

Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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