I am experiencing diarrhea with pain and burning sensation in the anal region. Pease help.

Q. What is the cause and treatment for diarrhea with anal pain and burning sensation?

Answered by
Dr. Pritam Mohapatra
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 01, 2023

Hello doctor,

I am experiencing diarrhea with a lot of pain and a burning sensation in the anal region mostly after passing the stool. What could be the reason and what is the treatment?

Please help.

Thank you.



Welcome to icliniq.com.

I read your query and understand your concern.

I suggest the following for relief. However, should you see your condition deteriorating still despite the below-mentioned measures, do seek emergency medical help as locally available without further delay.

  1. Take a BRAT (boiled green or unripe banana, white rice, apple, toast) diet one to two times daily.

  2. Take porridge made of white rice, fresh turmeric, and cooked pulses at least once daily.

  3. Drink 150 ml of fresh homemade buttermilk mixed with half a teaspoon of fresh turmeric powder one to two times daily.

  4. Drink electrolyte or ORS ( oral rehydration solution) one sachet mixed thoroughly in a glass of water three to four times daily, in case of dehydration and associated weakness.

  5. Stay well hydrated by consuming clean and filtered drinking water.

  6. Avoid insoluble fibers, laxatives, and digestives as these could exacerbate your diarrhea.

  7. Any kind of spicy, oily, fatty, greasy food, and fast food should be avoided at this juncture lest it worsens diarrhea.

  8. Take two drops of homeopathic medication Aloe Socotrina 3C liquid once in two to three hours up to three times and then wait and see if it helps ameliorate your diarrhea.

  9. Additionally, a suitable probiotic supplement can be taken.

Consult your doctor, talk to them, and then take medications as per their advice.

I would also suggest you get your stool tested for infection, if any.

Thank you.

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