Pustular Discharge from anal

male/25 years complaint of pustular discharge from anus since 7 days pus yellowish-muddy, offensive no pain itching++ appetite, thirst- normal stool, urine- normal desire- no aversion- sweet Suggest Diagnosis & treatment doctor

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Diagnosis of Rectal Discharge: Blood tests: A sample of the blood is collected and tested to determine the presence of any STIs, such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), syphilis, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, and genital herpes. This helps to analyze whether a STI is causing the rectal discharge. Microscopic examination: A sample of the rectal discharge is viewed under a microscope to find out the number of leucocytes (a type of white blood cell that helps fight infection). Presence of more number of leucocytes in a blood sample indicates the presence of an infection. Proctoscopy: During this procedure, the doctor uses an instrument known as proctoscope or rectoscope to examine the problems in the anal cavity, rectum or colon. Colonoscopy: During this procedure, the doctor inserts a long, flexible tube with a camera attached to its tip into the rectum of the patient. The procedure helps to examine the rectum and colon, thereby enabling the determination of the underlying cause of rectal discharge. Treatment of Rectal Discharge: The treatment for rectal discharge is based on the underlying cause. However, rectal discharge can be managed by following the given measures: Management of Rectal Discharge: Sit on a toilet seat and push down like that of having a bowel movement to pass out any mucus in the rectum. Use a glycerin rectal suppository if the mucus does not come out naturally. Practice pelvic floor exercises to strengthen the pelvic muscles, to help control the leakage of mucus. Use skin creams, such as calmoseptine or desitin to relieve itching or skin irritation around the anus Wash the anal area gently with plain water and use a dry cloth to pat the skin dry to control skin irritation. If the rectal discharge is too bulky, use pads to avoid wetting of the undergarments and clothes.

It may be anal fistula, examination should be done for conform diagnosis

Firstly proper examination...May be fistula???

Anti inflammatory foods, Alkaline diet, glycerine soothing ..keep area clean...rest...on ground sit on ground...cool food s... thought control....too much heat... needs counselling calmness symphony music lime juice citrus fruit pineapple with black pepper sprouts kalijeeri g

DX probably case of Fistula Rx Pulsatilla 1m/3 dose weekly Silicea 30/tds for 15 days KS6X/tds for 15 days

? ANAL CANAL PATHOLOGY.. ? ANO-RECTAL.. FISTULA.. NEED'S.. PS.. PR.. SURGEONS OPINION..

Require proper examination....go for proctoscopy or per rectum examination

May be anal fistula.Ano- rectal examination required.

DX Anal Fistula RX Silicea 200 fortnightly × 3 days

Anal boil, needs exploration and antibiotic cover

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