I have been suffering for past 2 months with regular burning sensation after passing stools (no blood); in the evening there is a wet discharge in posterior area. I am on right diet. What could be the problem?

You have not described your symptoms completely and hence it is difficult to say with accuracy what you might be suffering. The symptoms that you describe also fit a number of other bowel conditions. You must seek the advice of your doctor to correctly diagnose your symptoms and start you on a preventive and healing course of medication.

Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease that affects the entire bowel or the intestines. Because the condition manifests itself anywhere in the gastric tract, from mouth to anus, the symptoms usually vary from person to person. However, the main symptoms are weight loss or gain, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, and vomiting. In addition, Crohn's disease can cause other symptoms outside the gastric tract which include arthritis and skin rashes. The exact reason why someone suffers from Crohn's disease is mostly unknown. Research indicates that genetic and ethnic factors are very important in understanding the roots of this condition. There are no real home remedies to treat Crohn's disease but you can make some differences to your dietary regimen that might alleviate your discomfort. You should avoid foods such as wheat, peanuts, and soy. You should ensure that your diet includes a great deal of fiber, fruits, and vegetables.

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