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Treated for piles. What treatment should be done for hard bowel movement?

I am a 45 year old male, physically actvie do swiming daily for 1/2 hour and run during weekend for over 6 miles. Recently I have experienced hard bowl movements and constipate, though i take lots of fluids to overcome this, It did not help stabilize. I even did yoga procedure to cleans by system,using the 8 glass of luke warm water over 5 physical activities. it worked and cleared by bowels I still get hard bowels even after this procedure. I had piles recently due to hard bowels. I have got the piles treated but the hard bowel is still on going. Let me know what could be issue.
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Well this rukshtajaneet addmana according to ayurveda.Take shankha bhasma(2-3mg)+nisshottar quatha(diccoction)+dadimadya gritam(3spoons)/day,thricely.Also avoid extra drinking of water.Take food only when u are hungry.Yoga(pranayama,gomukhasana+ardhya mashindra asana,bhujangasana,noukasana,sarwangasana)will do.Application of kasisadi tailam at piles area(outer+inner)is very helpfull.
Answered: Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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