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External thrombosed piles

A 46 years old male gives history of personal irritation and discomfort- but no significant pain. History is of 2 days only . No history of constipation or bleeding P/ R. Diagnosis?

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External thrombosed piles causes discomfort and pain during sitting. Though no history of constipation still stool softner or laxative will be helpful Sietz bath Antibiotic Anti inflammatory Analgesic Sometimes it does not responds with the treatment Incision and drainage of the blood clot with proper haemostasis Others to continue as before.
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External thrombosed piles causes discomfort and pain during sitting. Though no history of constipation still stool softner or laxative will be helpful Sietz bath Antibiotic Anti inflammatory Analgesic Sometimes it does not responds with the treatment Incision and drainage of the blood clot with proper haemostasis Others to continue as before.
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Thrombosed hemorrhoids. Thrombosed hemorrhoids happen when sacs in the anal passage get pushed onto the outside of the anus and fill with blood clots. A person’s anal canal is lined with blood vessels. When these blood vessels become dilated or swollen, they can form a hemorrhoid. Hemorrhoidectomy....best treatment.
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It's type -2 hemorrhoids It hangs out from anal canal , High fiber diet , ice packs & cold compress Avoid spicy food By medication u can suppress it But definitive treatment is Surgical mx - hemorrhodectomy
Prolapsed piles Treatment options are Laxative Manual reduction of piles Milligan Morgan procedure for removal of piles Stapler hemorrhoidectomy Diode Laser treatment
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Prolapsed tthrombosed piles External piles Antibiotics, metronidazole, NSAIDS, sitz bath , tab PILON , pilex ointment
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External thrombosed piles. Laxative to not cause anymore discomfort. Sitz bath Best is to go for surgical removal
IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? EXT.ERNAL .. PILES .. ? PROLAPSED HEMORRHOIDS.. NEED'S.. SURGERY .. HEMORRHOIDECTOMY..
SUGGESTIVE OF. PROLAPSED THROMBOSED TYPE. II..... HAEMORRHOIDS...
Anal swellings are thrombosed prolapsed piles with sentinels Adv hemorrhoidectomy
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Thrombosed piles need of surgical intervention
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