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Burning sensation in anal region, small skin developed. Under treatment for hashimotos thyroiditis. Treatment ?

Respected Sir, I am a female and am under treatment for hashimotos thyroiditis since 4 months.But since recent 2 weeks i m having burning sensation in my anal region.There is a small skin/muscle developing in that portion which gives me pain and burning sensation during bowel movements.But it doesn t persist the whole day.It pains when i sit for long hours and especially during nights before going to sleep.There s no bleeding .Kindly suggest me to get rid of it without any medicines or surgery by some diet procedures.Thank u.
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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You have hashimotos thyroiditis and taking treatment for this , Is it replacement of thyroid harmone or any other medicine also.
For this local problem You should avoid costipation,avoid sitting for long period, drink lot of water and fluid, take salad,fresh fruits which provide fibres in diet.Use less spicy and oily food specially fried one,
also avoid spicy pickles and processed food.
You can take mild laxatives and stool softner if required
some growth in that particular region could be a small pile or skin tag for this you must see a Surgeon after examination will find out what it is and not every thing requires surgery.
Best wish for early recovery
Answered: Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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