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No stool, painful rectum, sensitive. Should i use a laxative?

thanks. this am when i tried to have a bm, no stool came out. I strained and strained, but nothing would leave the anus area except liquid, All day I continued to have more and more matter continue to reach that are and i felt a cd backuponstan need to evacuate, but no amount of pushing or strains worked.

As of now I have very painful rectum-very sensitive, a large and uncomfortable back up of stool, I have contant urge to go. I am not in any other distress. Should I use a laxative?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Hi, thank you for posting at Health Care Magic.

For the constipation you should use Laxative. To solve your problem you need a high fiber diet, also you should not eat spicy and dry foods. And you need a rectoscopy procedure to notice if there are analfisur, hemorraide or something else. You should do those procedures as soon as possible.

Take care of yourself.
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