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Blood with mucus in stools, chest pain, night sweats. Taking omeprazole. Colonoscopy shows haemorrhoids. Cure?

I have bloody mucus stool,mid chest pains, night sweats and nausea. Have had colonoscopy & EGD showing only hemorrhoids and some gastritis, this is not heart burn...I m tired and don t each much. My GI doc seems to be patting me on the head. I ve been taking omeprazole and still same symptoms...I have Congestive heart disease in my family BAD...all diagnosed before age 35?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Congestive heart disease is not a hereditary now a days due to change in the life style of generation, so you need not to worry.
Hemorrhoids develops mucus with blood in stool or during defecation .
Conservative treatment is effective , but amount of blood is high than consult a surgeon and get the surgery.
For hyper acidity ( gastritis ) please take REBAMIPIDE 100 mg 2-2-2 for 14 days.
Avoid fried food , tension, coffee (tea in excess), junk food , chillies, smoking , spirit ( wine).
A tension free life must be for healthy life.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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