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Suffering from piles, bleeding in stools npot stopping. Prescribed Dicyene, Thank OD and a cream, no help. What next ?

Hi, i am suffering from piles for the past 6/7 years and rarely once in a year, I use to get blood stream in my stool and after medication for 3/4 days, it stop. But for the last 1.5 months I am bleading and after taking medicine, its not stopping. Presently a doc prescibed me an antibiotic , dicyene, thank od, and a cream. for last 2 days I am taking this medicine but still bleeding is not stopping. what should I do next. I don t want surgerry
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
Bleeding piles indicates severe enlargement of piles and abrasions during passing of stool.
You have to take stool softener to avoid abrasions during passing of stool.
Apply cream containing ethamsylate,lignocaine,zinc.
Continue antibiotic and other medicines.
Avoid oily,hard and junk food.Take more simple,liquid diet.
If symptoms persist than go for stapler surgery.
Consult surgeon for further management.
Answered: Wed, 21 Aug 2013
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