2nd surgery

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12 weeks ago I had hemorroid surgery.  12 weeks I have been in pain and passing blood with every bm. Excruciating.

back to surgery to have Botox to relax the schpincter (spelling). Apparently he did a fisurectomy, removed skin tags and did Botox. 

I am still in bad pain. I thought Botox was suppose to stop the throbbing????? Can anyone enlighten me on this procedure please.

thanks 

debbie

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    Hi Rodge,

    So so sorry to hear that you are still in pain have you read my feed back on here please reply back me Rodge it has worked for some people.

    Clive.

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    You much remember botox treatment dont last for any of great lenght of time only short term solution not the anwser
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      Hi Edmund,

      ​Yes i know was told by my Surgeon it lasts for 3 Months, i was pain free so in that time i totally changed the way in what i was eating.I halved my intake of food.

      ​Breakfast Fresh Fruit with Yoghurt Lunchtime a Sandwich and a normal Dinner.

      ​I do a lot more walking and  yes i get the occasional discomfort but no pain.

      ​Hope your feeling ok.

      ​Clive  UK Birmingham.

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    Hello Rodge.. Actually, the lateral internal

    Sphincterotomy was my second surgery too.. I had hemmorhoidectomy last October 2012(general surgeon).. And I am bleeding a lot that time whenever i do poo.. And the pain is really bad too.. Almost 2-3mos before i recovered.. But not fully recovered because i have to strain a lot whenever i need to poo.. It is really diffucult to have BM.. And my poo is really thin..(not normal size) last Feb 2016 I was in pain, (really really bad) I decided to take a laxative everyday and do sitz bath.. But nothing happened.. I went to the doctor who did the operation for four times and he said I am okay, and the pain it's just on my mind.. He gave me lyrica, but nothing happened.. Still in pain..i went to the gastroenterologist, he did colonoscopy, and he said I have anal polyps.. After that, I went to the another general surgeon for my operation of the polyps.. But he said, I will refer you to the specialist(colorectal surgeon) because i dont think the polyps is causing you pain..Then this july 14,2016(second operation with the colorectal surgeon) The doctor found out that I had anal stricture probably because of the first surgery.. I had also chronic anal fissure and Hypertrophied anal papillae.. That's why the doctor performed anoplasty and lateral internal sphincterotomy.. But now.. Im doing good.. Im drinking 2-3L of water and eating high fiber diet.. I still have a little discomfort.. But It's okay I know I'll be pain free the soonest.. I advise you go to the best colorectal surgeon in your place.. And dont forget to pray.. Godbless you????

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    Has anyone used stool softeners. I was told to use 2 per day, but my bowel movements were too much for my system, so I only take one at bedtime. It helps a lot if you haemorrhoids or bled with every bm. In 1985, I had a thrombosed. haemorrhoid. It was pus filled with blood. The doctor told me if I had not come into his office it would have become a fissure. Which are difficult to heal. I was given pain medications and told to sit in a sitz bath, sometimes it help other times it made the pain worse. Eventually it healed. I don't know which speciality doctor can handle this except a urologist in the US. I don't know which specalist you would go to in the UK. I don't know much about the UK medical system since I have never been there

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