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Constipation, stomach gas, pain in anus. Using stool softener. Hysterectomy done. Treatment?

Hi, I am currently recovering from a laparoscopic hysterectomy . It was done 4 days ago. I am 24 and they left my tubes and ovaries. I am currently experiencing some constipation which I know is normal but when I do have a bowel movement it feels as if my anus is bruised and it is so painful to have one that it puts me into tears . I am using stool softeners and laxatives daily and the size of the stools don t seem to be a problem as they are very small. Even gas is causing pain to the point of tears. Any suggestions?
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Hi dear patient

First of all going to answer
You must mobilze to walk daily
You must drink excess water intake

Take spaghol husk 2tsp three times daily
Xylocain gel for anal tears three times

Take care
Regards dr muhammad akbar
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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