About a week ago I had some difficulty with my bowel movement caused by hardened stools and constipation. I didn't realize it to be a problem at first so I didn't change my diet. But after I had used the toilet I noticed some traces of blood on the toilet paper. Due to my busy schedule I did not shower for a few days following this so I fear that I may have developed an infection.
After a few days the constipation only worsened. I felt excruciating pain as I tried to force a large lump of stool as hard as a rock out of my anus. The process took a long time and was very painful. Afterward, there was more blood on the toilet paper.
Ever since I have been eating more greens in my diet but it seems that every time I have bowel movement, the spool opens up my wound again and causes extreme pain. I have had bowel movement twice since then, once every other day. I tried holding my spool in longer to let my wound heal but I was not able to even walk at school until I let it out.
At this rate my wound will never heal by itself and I fear I may have to keep going through extreme pain every time I use the restroom. I have no alternative either since I am not able to hold it in for more than 3 days. Since eating more greens has not helped I am now considering not eating at all until it gets better. I have gone two days with only water and spinach and now I feel very weak. I don't know what else to do because the wound still has not healed. Could I be suffering from hemorrhoids?
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