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Sharp abdominal pain, difficulty passing stools, bleeding anal fissures. Colonoscopy scheduled. Treatment?

For the last two days I have had sharp abdominal pains and hard time passing stools which when I do they are light-greenish coloured. I am due to have a colonoscopy on the 22nd January as I have bleeding caused by a fishure and hemmaroids which need attending to and no history of bowel cancer however have very unregular bowel movements. any idea as to why I am experiencing abominal pains?
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Hi, Thanks For Writing To Us. As You Said Your Colonoscopy Is Due, It will Show You, What More Treatment You Need To Be Taken. Cause Now Treatment Of Hemorroid Is Very Easy With Just One Injection. Now You Say Abdominal Pain Too. Need Report like Endoscopy Or Contrast X Ray To See If Their Is Ulcer Problem Too. Change little food habbit, Eat more Vegetables, Drink More Water And Most Of All Try To Be Relaxed. If At Present Abdominal Cramp Ask For Anti Spasm Tablet.Get Well Soon.Bye.
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