I have bleeding while passing stool but after that no bleeding full day. Also there is no pain but somewhat itching is there. What Kind of Illness it shows and what is the treatment.

  • Blood in stools can be caused by many different diseases and usually is a cause for worry. Seeking medical advice is the best bet. The most common cause is hemorrhoids and piles. Piles can be a recurrent condition and other than surgery there is no permanent treatment.
  • Treatment for blood in stool especially when it is piles involves eating bland food that is not spicy. You should also stop smoking, drinking and avoid stressful situations. If the condition is hemorrhoids, the pain can be remedied with some home remedies. Home remedies for blood in stool include onion juice especially raw onion juice. This juice should be consumed regularly to stop the blood being passed with stools. Drinking a juice of figs soaked overnight and then strained is known to ease the condition. You can also drink some bitter gourd juice with buttermilk to stop the bleeding.
  • Another treatment for blood in stools is consuming a mixture of sesame seeds and water. Boil the mixture and consume it when cooled. Do this for a month, thrice a day for best results. Drinking the water in which coriander seeds have been soaked is also very beneficial. Some vegetable juices like radish and spinach are also very relieving.

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What causes blood in stool in adults?

Melena is a condition that results in the presence of blood in the stool. This could be due to some kind of medical complication affecting internal parts of the body such as the esophagus, intestines or even the colon area. There are a number of different causes of blood in stools in adults as well as children that could result in varying degrees of medical emergencies. Some of the more common causes of blood in stools in adults as well as children include a history of regular and excessive intake of alcohol, consumption of oily and spicy foods, excessive smoking of tobacco as well as regular dosage of certain types of medication. When it comes to the symptoms of blood in stool, the patient is likely to notice the toilet paper reddened every time you visit the toilet. Moreover, the prominence of the blood on the stool could also be an issue with the digestive system. There are various lifestyle changes that you can make to help reduce the chance of blood in stool significantly. For instance, drinking a glass of water first thing in the morning is known to help significantly while stopping any intake of alcohol as well as smoking is a given.

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Can internal hemorrhoids be treated with the help of home remedies?

Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, are irritated veins near the rectum that are swollen and block the passage of stools. While passing stools these inflamed veins can also bleed. Sometimes they can pain and cause irritation while passing stools. Hemorrhoids can be internal or external. Internal hemorrhoids do not always pain but can cause bleeding. This condition could also cause a lot of panic if you are not aware of the condition. There are different home remedies for bleeding hemorrhoids that you can try to stem the bleeding.

One of the best treatments for internal hemorrhoids is to increase the quantum of fiber that you ingest. Fiber helps in softening stools and therefore reduces pressure while passing stools. You can increase your intake of raw vegetables, fruits and whole grains. You can even try supplements of psyllium which can increase your fiber. Increasing your intake of water through the day can also make a difference. Getting regular exercise has also been known to help. There are topical creams also available which can decrease the discomfort. There are medicines in alternate therapies like Ayurveda and Homeopathy that have been known to provide relief. Drinking onion juice or juice of figs soaked in water have been known to reduce bleeding and inflammation.

answered by G M

Is there any diet for blood in stool?

A person's diet plays a huge role in the treatment of any kind of medical illness that he or she is suffering from. When affected by the presence of blood in stool, it helps to first identify the root cause of the problem which can include excessive consumption of alcohol, smoking, or even certain types of medication. Preventing blood in stool will require you to visit a local doctor and have a few medical tests done as well in order to better understand the reasons for the development of the problem. Any diet for blood in stools should revolve around the fact that the foods consumed should not be spicy nor should they be oily. Regular consumption of fibrous foods will also help substantially when it comes to dealing with blood in the stool while there are also a number of home remedies that could help you ease any pain that you might be experiencing as a result of this ordeal. One such home remedy to prevent blood in stool is to mix some amount of butter milk in with a little bit of black pepper and salt and consuming the combination for a period of a few months to help reduce any discomfort that you will experience.

answered by M W

Consult a specialist to know the exact cause for the bleeding, as bleeding while passing stools is rarely considered normal. It can be caused due to various reasons, some might be harmless and temporary while others can be sign for a serious underlying problem like piles, hemorrhoids, anal fissure, diverticular bleeding, inflammatory bowel disease, and peptic ulcer. The most common reason in your case could be hemorrhoids as your bleeding is also accompanied by itching. Once the specialist confirms your diagnosis, treatment would follow accordingly.

answered by S P

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