A 30-year-old female asked:
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major rectal pain every bowel.doc says no hemmohroids. blood in stool.waiting 4 weeks for colonoscopy. severe pain and itching all day long ?

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Dr. Dia Arpon
Dr. Dia Arpon answered
25 years experience Psychiatry
Tucks (witch hazel) medicated pads: You may have internal hemorrhoids. I would use tucks (witch hazel) medicated pads for hemorrhoids for the itching and preparation h ointment. CONSIDER a stool softer like colace. Don't sit for long periods of time. Get a donut shaped pillow to sit on.
Answered on Sep 4, 2015
Dr. Richard Zimon
58 years experience Internal Medicine
You may have: a bothersome entity called "Fissure in an" which is a cracklike defect in you anal wall. This is VERY PAINFUL and can often not be diagnosed with simple RECTAL exam..Protoscopic exam is needed! In the meantime try hot SITZ baths!! Hope this helps and Good Luck! Dr Z
Answered on Mar 22, 2016
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