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Grapefruit has active ingredients of grapefruit. It is often used in antioxidant therapy. (latest outcomes from Grapefruit 127 users)
Hemorrhoids (piles) has been reported by people with urine - abnormal color, pain, nasal congestion, heart palpitations, fluid retention (latest reports from 101 Hemorrhoids patients).
On Jul, 21, 2016
No report is found.
I had a severe case of intestinal flu in March and believed I was passing bile with my excrement it felt very painful like burning pain at my anus. I subsequently have now had occasional severe burning pain when having infrequent diarrhea or other harder stools. I have been taking PRADAXA since February for a post PE condition. I believe the PRADAXA might create a more susceptible condition of what appears to be a hemorrhoid at my anus. I've been to my GP and he examined me but suggested I see a dermatologist for further treatment. He provided me with a steroidal ointment but that has cured the condition. I was in great severe pain today after passing stool and searched the net and found this site. I am going to make am appointment to see a proctologist to have this examined further. I have had my wife take photos to document the condition and appearance at the time so hopefully if by the time I see the Proc Doc and I am in less pain and condition subsided I still can show Doc what appeared at the time. Wondering if any others have had hemorrhoids appear after beginning PRADAXA cause I've never had such a case or issue with my bowel movements until now.
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