I have an 8-year-old girl child who weighs 66.14 Ibs. She passes stool with blood in bright red color only in the evening i.e., the second time of the day when she goes to the toilet. But in the morning, she does not have any complaints. Some abdominal pain is also there. Her scan report is normal. She does not have constipation problems since birth. What shall we do?
If it is before defecation then might be piles, polyps, proctitis, ulcerative colitis, amebic dysentery or a diverticulum. If it is after defecation, then might be a fissure in the anus or foreign body. It would be clear after a physical examination and other details about the disease history. Now you can take Styplon (Amalaki, Praval Pisti, and others) 1 tablet twice a day with normal water, and Lodhrasava (Lodhra, Kachur, and others) two teaspoons twice a day with an equal amount of water after meals.
Advice to avoid spicy and fried junk foods. Avoid cold drinks, soft drinks, and ice cream. Prefer more fibrous food and fruits in her diet. Go for a colonoscopy once.
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