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Blood in stool, pain in anus. Treatment?

hello sir, i got married before one month. after a week of my marriage i saw blood going along with motion for two three days. after that i take lots of water and for two weeks i didnt see blood while going motion. but now again i saw blood coming and also little pain in anus while going motion. i am affraid. what cause it will be can anyone clears my doubt. thanks suganya
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
Hello Suganya, welcome to HCM.

Blood in motion/stools can be due to various reasons. This can be due to any bleeding in the digestive tract. It can also be due to constipation, fissure or piles. Drink a lot of water and ensure your stools are of easy to push consistency. Eat a lot of fiber rich foods such as fruits and vegetables so that it enhances free bowel movement. If this occurs for more than 2-3 days, consult a doctor as it can be piles, fissure or even other critical conditions.

Good luck!!!
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