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Chronic constipation, white discharge from anus, rectal pain, pus cells in stool. Treatment?

Sir, i am 16 years old and i have chronic constipation & some white dark liquid is coming out from my anus and the rectum is paining like hell specially at night. Firstly, i went to a doctor he gave me some stool softners which felt good but the pain was again back after 2-3 days. Now i went to another doctor he told me to go for a stool test . The reports said some pus cell 1-2 hcf. what does that mean? Do i have amebiasis (my doctor told me) ? And why its paining so much? Do i need to take some pain killers. Plz help sir. THANK YOU!
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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The rectal pain which your suffering from may be due to the amebiasis. Other reasons which can lead to rectal pain in your case can be because of Hemorrhoids, which is very common and since you are having the problem of chronic constipation also, this can aggravate the condition of Hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are painful swelling of a vein or veins at the anus is a common problem. After rectal examination only it can be diagnosed and depending upon the degree of hemorrhoids treatment can be done. Presence of 1-2 pus cells in per hcf is not very significant. I suggest you to have your rectal examination along with the treatment for amebiasis and make confirmation if there is any problem of hemorrhoids.
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Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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