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Is there anything like pile in babies, that’s less than 3months, if there is what is the remedy?
Does any stomach rumbling i...
However if their are concerns in regards to that, please take the child to the hospital to see a paediatric surgeon for further evaluation and management.
Kindly treat as urgent.
Can a baby of 7 months have pile? And please is there any remedy for it?
For treatment of pile your child needs to be examined by a doctor so as to give the appropriate medications. So if you think your child has pile, kindly take the child to the hospital for proper examination.
Can a child of 15yrs have pile? If yes, what can be used
If you think your child has Jedijedi, Please see a doctor to know which one it is and let it be treated appropriately "PLEASE DO NOT GIVE LOCAL HERBS FOR JEDIJEDI EITHER ONCE IN A WHILE OR ROUTINELY TO CHILDREN. FOR PREVENTION OR TREATMENT!!! THEY CAN CAUSE LIVER OR KIDNEY DAMAGE!!! PLS PROTECT THESE VITAL ORGANS OF OUR CHILDREN!!!"
My 3-years-old baby has been constipated for about a month now. I keep giving fruits to help soften the poop but it will not help...
The child should be seen by the Paediatric Surgeon and a Paediatric gastroenterologist for further evaluation for causes of chronic constipation. And you should also go back for further appointments and follow up with the specialists.
what can one use for pile in a baby of 5months
Dear mom, your 5 months old baby should still be on exclusive breastfeeding, are you mix feeding?
What are the remedies for pile ( breast feeding mum)?
Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, often go away on their own without treatment in a couple of weeks. Home remedies like a warm bath, Drinking plenty of liquids and eating Fiber-rich diet. Aspirin should also be avoided as it can thin the blood and make bleeding worse. If things don't improve, see a doctor
A friend of mine is complaining of something reddish coming out of her son of 4years anus. Someone said it’s a pile. Any remedy
Dr. Dara Abiodun

Medical Doctor

When Rectal prolapse occurs very often and is not responding to dietary adjustments, there may be a need for a minor surgical procedure to keep it in. Does it always reduce on its own or you have to push it in all the time? These are some of the questions to be asked before such a decision is made. If she has not been reviewed by a Paediatric Surgeon, pls take her to see one as soon as possible. The longer a rectal prolapse stays out, it gets prone to complications such as bleeding, ulceration,