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Have mass piles, bleeding, pain in renal, loss of control over urine, vomiting. Suggestion?

hiii..i m indrani paul from kolkata.age 26+..i ve mass piles from 2011..from then i took pilex tablet....but 4 months ago bleeding problem had start......then i used to take osil capsuils from ozone.......10 days in a i dont ve this kind of prob..i daily take cremaffin....but before 7 days i found little bit of pain in ranel..& unable to control urine ........after consult my doctor started taking OFLOMAC i feel vomating & pain in joint ...started bowel doc in now out of city..please help.....
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Your piles complaint & bleeding is no more. Now, you havepain in urintion,no control on urine You were given Oflomac tbs which you think has created vomitting,jt pain & all. how is your urine problem after the Oflamac?
Osil capsules correct the bleeding piles & not likely to cause urine problem.
It seem to have cystitis. If the problem of urine is still there,- you need urine test for any infection/ presence of caliculi etc.-Antibiotic along with supportive Ayurvedic medicine Cystone after a physicians advice should suffice
the vomitting sensation may be due to acidity( due to taking medicines on empty stmoach) antacid like ranitidine preparation ,taking medicines after food,will help.
Joint pains seems to be a separate entity (may be weakness or joint swelling )
Please take care of costipation-the piles manegement is based on a normal defication.take cremmafin in your effective dose, plenty of fibers in diet, sufficient liquids and all.
Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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