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What is the remedy for rectal injury due to very hard and large stool?

What is the remedy for rectal injury due to very hard and large stool?

Fiber, hot baths: "rectal injury" from a large hard stool is most often an anal fissure that will heal in a few weeks with soft stools. Hot baths will help the muscles relax and reduce discomfort. Increasing fiber and water intake to keep the stool soft is important. If it is not getting better within a couple of weeks you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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Is there an effective hard stool remedy?

Is there an effective hard stool remedy?

Use stool softener.: Both as treatment and prevention.Eat more fiber, drink more water and exercise more.Hemorrhoids are basically veins that have been injured by our bad habits.Don't let your stools become very hard, the job of the colon is to recover the fluid in the stool;if we do not drink enough water, or eat only highly processed food (no fiber) and don't exercise(the helper to bowel transit) we can expect problems. ...Read more

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What is the causes of pus in stool? And what is the best remedy?

Probably mucous: Your probable talking about mucous and not pus. Pus is fecal WBC and a sign of inflammation or infection mucous is nothing may be ins. ...Read more

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Stool softener any emergency treatment please.

Stool softener any emergency treatment please.

Acute or chronic?: I am very concerned if your constipation is relatively acute, ;/or associated with fever, nausea, vomiting, bleeding. Constipation (stooling less than every 4 days) that is chronic raises concern for partial obstruction, ileus, ischemic disease, tumors, dysmotilities, "cathartic colon", rectal dysfunction. Treatment depends on possible causes--please see your doctor for a directed work-up. ...Read more

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Treatment for green color stool for kid?

Treatment for green color stool for kid?

None: Stool color changes with diet, with hydration status, with viruses, and other causes. If your child is well, behaving normally, growing normally, eating and drinking normally, and the only problem is the color of the poop, then wipe it up and don't worry about it! ...Read more

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Can you recommend a home remedy for mucus in your stool?

Can you recommend a home remedy for mucus in your stool?

Mucus in Stool: Some amount of mucus in the stool is normal; Significant amounts of mucus and mucus accompanied by diarrhea, pain or blood may signify an intestinal condition such as infection or inflammation. Increased amounts of mucus in the stool can also occur with cancers of the colon or rectum or with bowel obstruction. See your Physician for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Black sludgy stools recently, what natural remedy for this?

Black sludgy stools recently, what natural remedy for this?

Black, tarry, foul: Smelling stools can be due to GI bleeding. If this description fits see a doctor. ...Read more

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My three months old daughter has diarrhoea and there is mucus in the stool. What should be the treatment?

My three months old daughter has diarrhoea and there is mucus in the stool. What should be the treatment?

3 yo and diarrhea: Has she been on antibiotics - if so - probably best to take her to a doctor to be checked if not and if this an acute issue - probably the best is to put her on a clear liquid diet - apple juice, jello, gatorade or pedialyte or water ice is fine. If she tolerates this - gradually increase her diet to a brat (banannas, rice cereal, applesause, and dry toast) no dairy though for several days. ...Read more

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Can having bloody stools just resolve over time without treatment?

Can having bloody stools just resolve over time without treatment?

Yes and no, it depen (penicillamine): The reason for rectal bleeding needs to be determined first. It can be an anal fissure from hard stools...This will often heal but other more common reasons for rectal bleeding are hemorrhoids or cancer. These may not heal on their own. So my advice is that you get your doctor to examine you and find the cause and treat accordingly. ...Read more