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Anorectal Problems

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Piles Piles or Haemorrhoids are swollen and inflamed veins in anus and lower rectum. Depending upon the location, Piles can be classified as Internal and External. External Piles causes a lot of pain without bleeding. However in case of Internal Piles, there may not be any pain even with discharge of dark blood. Other symptoms of Internal Piles include slimy discharge of mucus, itching, discomfort, a mass around the anus if prolapsed or pushing out, a feeling that the bowels haven't emptied completely, incontinency of bowel movements, swelling or heaviness at the opening of anus, frequent urge for evacuation, loss of appetite and even Anaemia due to extensive bleeding. Depending on the extent of protrusion, Internal Piles are classified into four grades. While the exact cause remains unknown, a  Read More

Food

Foods to have

  • Beans
  • Prunes
  • Flaxseed
  • Apricots
  • Leafy vegetables

Foods to avoid

  • Red meat
  • Fatty food
  • Unripe banana
  • Caffeinated drinks
  • Gluten

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Fissure An Anal Fissure is a break in the skin of the anal canal. Fissures may be noticed by bright red anal bleeding in the toilet. If acute, they may cause severe periodic pain after defecation but with chronic fissures, pain intensity is often less. Most Anal Fissures are caused by stretching of the anal mucosa beyond its capability. In older adults, Fissures may be caused by decreased blood flow to the area. Anal fissures are also common in women after childbirth and persons with Crohn's disease. Symptoms of Fissure are characterised by sharp, stinging or burning pain during and following a bowel movement with spots of bright red blood on toilet. Chronic Anal Fissures refuse to heal. Although surgery for anorectal diseases is very common, it is not a permanent solution. The disease gets relap  Read More

Food

Foods to have

  • Papaya
  • Spinach
  • Apple
  • Green salad
  • Watermelon

Foods to avoid

  • Junk food
  • Red meat
  • Taro
  • Banana
  • Dairy products

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Fistula Fistula is a small tunnel or tract that connects one surface of the body to another. When it appears between the internal anal canal and the exterior skin of the body near the anus, it is called an Anal Fistula. These originate from the anal glands which drain into the anal canal. If the outlet of these glands becomes blocked, an abscess can form which eventually rises to the skin surface. When an abscess bursts or is opened and the pus or fluid drains from it, the tract formed by this process is called the Anal Fistula. Such abscesses can recur if the Fistula seals over, trapping the accumulated pus. It then points to the surface again, and the process repeats. Fistulae are generally categorised as low-level and high-level. Ongoing pain, swelling and tenderness are symptoms of both Anal A  Read More

Food

Foods to have

  • Papaya
  • Carrot
  • Radish
  • Cabbage
  • Amla

Foods to avoid

  • Red meat
  • Junk food
  • Brinjal
  • Sea fish
  • Pickles