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Itching and retention of stools in rectum

 
  Zenmaster on 2009-05-30
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Please explain your problems along with menal concomitants in detail.

Niel
 
Niel Madhavan last decade
Constant itching like insects crawing around and inside rectum.

Often the senation is intensified before the need to pass stools or if there are some stools in the rectum.

There is often flatulence - loud and smelly.

Also there is need to pass stools 3-4 times in a span of 30-40 minutes.

The stools are clayish and first hard and then soft.

There is no blood or hamerroids.

I have tried aloe, sulp and they haven't helped.I am thinking of trying carb-v or ars. Please advise.
 
Zenmaster last decade
Additional information

The itching in the last 2 weeks has become out of control with the need to get up at night and apply ointmets.

My dietary habbits are modest with lots of vegetables and fruits, two to threecups of tea a day without sugar.
 
Zenmaster last decade
Please take the medicine as follows:

1. Sulpher-200 (5 drops empty stomach daily morning for seven days)
2. Nuxvomica-200 (5 drops evening at bed time for seven days )
3. Cina-200 (5 drops afternoon for seven days)

note the changes and report after a week. Use simple diet.

dr. mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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