Constipation Treatment in Children

Constipation Treatment in Children

Depending on the circumstances, your child’s doctor may recommend: A high-fiber diet with plenty of fluids This means loading your child’s plate with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, high-fiber cereals, whole grain breads, and a variety of beans and other legumes, like chickpeas and lentils. Two good sources of fiber that kids are often …

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Symptoms of Anal Wart and its Prevention

Symptoms of Anal Wart and its Prevention

In many cases, anal warts may remain unnoticed. They often occur without pain or discomfort. Anal warts are found inside and around the area of the anus. They start as small bumps that may be no larger than the head of a pin. Initially, they may be too small to be noticed. They can develop …

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Pain Relief Solutions for Anal Fissure

Pain Relief Solutions for Anal Fissure

The most common symptoms of anal fissure include itching followed by a sharp pain (brief or long-lasting) or bleeding when you pass stools. There are a few home remedies you can use to help reduce pain and heal your fissures within a few days to a week that mentioned bellow: Fiber This nutrient is definitely …

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Anal Abscess Causes

Anal Abscess Causes

Anal Abscess is one of the most common types of diseases related to anus and anal canal in which a localized collection of pus develops in the underlying tissues of anus. Anal Abscess is a painful condition that may also lead to an Anal Fistula, which is a small infected channel that abnormally develops and …

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Care after Anal Fissure Surgery

Care after Anal Fissure Surgery

Activity You can slowly resume normal activity after surgery. You should start walking the night or morning after surgery and gradually increase how far you walk according to your personal ability level. Increased activity minimizes chances of blood clots and helps breathing, preventing risks of contracting pneumonia. The type of surgery performed will dictate your …

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Can Hemorrhoids be Treated without Surgery?

Can Hemorrhoids be Treated without Surgery?

Home remedies You can often relieve the mild pain, swelling and inflammation of hemorrhoids with home treatments. Often these are the only treatments needed. Eat high-fiber foods. Preventing constipation with a high-fibre diet and drinking plenty of fluids can prevent smaller, internal haemorrhoids getting worse, increasing the chance they’ll get better by themselves. Use topical …

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Is Constipation during Pregnancy Dangerous?

Is Constipation during Pregnancy Dangerous?

Constipation during pregnancy and its causes Constipation is a common problem during pregnancy: Up to half of pregnant women get constipated at some point. Several factors can lead to constipation during pregnancy which include: One reason for constipation during pregnancy is an increase in the hormone progesterone, which relaxes smooth muscles throughout the body, including …

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Can Anal Abscess be Treated without Surgery?

Can Anal Abscess be Treated without Surgery?

Anal abscesses rarely go away without treatment. The treatment of an abscess is surgical drainage under most circumstances. An incision is made in the skin near the anus to drain the infection. This can be done in a doctor’s office with local anesthetic or in an operating room under deeper anesthesia. Hospitalization may be required …

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Care after Hemorrhoid Surgery

Care after Hemorrhoid Surgery

1- 1 Activity • You may resume activity gradually beginning shortly after surgery. You should begin walking the night of surgery or the following morning and continue to increase as you are able. Increased activity reduces the risk of blood clots, and improves breathing to prevent pneumonia. • Avoid lifting, pulling, and strenuous activity as …

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