Suffering from solitary rectum ulcerDear Doctor
My name is Auditya,I am 27,5.8' height,medium personality.
I am suffering from amebiasis and solitory rectal ulcer since 2006.
I have taken treatment in allopathy for one year,2 years in ayurvedic and 6 months in homeopathy.
My problem in detail:
I use to go regulary 4 to 5 times stool in day.The intervals of stool are 3 to 4 times in morning after wakeup one time,after breakfast and having milk or tea one time and 2 times after some time.
First time and secontime I use to go normally without putting pressure,but from third and fourth time I use to put pressure,need to insert finger and pull it.
After going all stools I sue to feel constipation also.
In the evening after having snack and having tea I use to one time,if I wont take tea/milk in the evening then I wont get stool but I feel lot uncomfortable in rectum and stomach so I better feel to drink tea and go for stool.
Now a days after going stool 3/4 times in the morning I am feeling pain in rectum when I sit and it is being for a hours.But I feel normal in the nite at rectum.
I use to find bleeding at the time of stool when I get stool and hold for a few minutes and go for stool then i will find bleeding.
Now again I started taking treatment in homeopathy from a week.
My previous problems:
I got typhiod,jaundice and chicken pox in age between 12 to 20.
I am suffering from sinus allergy since 10 years.My body is sensitive in cold and immediately I get cold,sneezing & nose block.
If my boss say anything or shout on me I feel sensitive and for some things I get anxiety.
After I find rectal ulcer accoridng to doctors suggestion I am taking fruits and juices regularly,even i have taken fibre content medicines for a year.
Please kindly give me the best suggestion
At present I am staying in Bangalore.
audi6683 on 2010-11-03
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