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Suffering from internal piles. Taking venusmin. History of diabetes, pancreatitis. Correct medication?

Dr. I am a diabetic (Type-II) patient with Hypertenstion and Chronic pancreatitis[oily stool] with duct calculi [taking medicins-1.Glypride-1mg 2.englyza2.5 3. amlong-40 4.Alrista plus daily and Creon-0000 as sos[with consultation with specialist doctor],recently I have been diagonosed with internal piles grade-1 and taking venusmin-300. as sos . Is it correct medication .
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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You are diabetic and Hypertensive,Chronic Pancreatitis,Diabetic Neuropathy, It would be helpful to know how long you are having thse medical problems, and your age.
Your prescription is as per your disease but Creon is for exocrine deficiency you need to take these pancreatic enzymes from outside daily with your major meals, please discuss with your treating Physician.
Keep good control of Diabetes and blood pressure if required use Insulin therapy.
Kidney function and HbA1c should be checked periodically along with FBS and PPBS.
If you have Pancereatic disorder alcohol is big NO,so as smoking.
If you are having Internal piles it is best to avoid constipation tak elot of water ,add soluble and insoluble fibre to diet and if you have bleeding Venusmin is used to stop it regularly not on SOS basis.
You can take Hot hip Bath( Hot Seitz bath) for 10-15 min daily twice a day.
Answered: Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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