Since December 2019, blood has been coming out of my anus anytime I go to the toilet. My friend who is a nurse says I have a serious pile. Kindly let me know what to do about it.
Salimonu (by SMS)
In view of the severity of your case, the best thing to do is to see a doctor who will examine your anus and confirm that what you actually have is Pile and not something else. In the meantime, you should increase your intake of water, vegetables and fruits in order to soften your stool and avoid straining when stooling. In addition, sitting in a warm salt wate for about 30 minutes about three time a day will help to shrink the pile or bleeding mass until you are able to see the doctor.
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