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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.10, No. 12)

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Page : 410-416

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Background:In clinical practice, anal problems are often underappreciated. Patients often hide their atypical symptom presentation, according to research, which delays diagnosis and therapy. The management by primary care physicians is inadequately characterized.The aim of the present research was to understand the issues of anal diseases that people suffer from and their problems in accepting the examination of anal diseases. Methods:This research work involved following a cross-sectional approach of study and therefore included collecting first-hand data. This was accomplished through the conduction of the survey and data that are considered through the conduction of the survey are quantitative in nature. This would help in determining the acceptance of patients for examination of anal disease. The method that would be employed for considering the size of the sample is stratified random sampling. The survey involved conducting a survey of patients with anal disease. Results: Of 884 participants included in the current study, 578 accept to be examined for anal disease (65.4%). Half of study participants agreed that anal disease has increased in the recent times (n= 438, 49.5%). Most of study participants believed that eating habits have a role in the development of anal disease (n= 657, 74.3%). In addition, about a third of study participants suffered from chronic anal disease (n= 281, 31.8%). More than half of study participants believe in the need of clinical examination and importance of treatment (n= 455, 51.4%). Anal pain was the most frequent issue experienced by study participants (n= 338, 38.2%). Conclusion:The studys findings revealed that half of the people in this survey who were asked their opinion on the prevalence of anal illness agreed that it had grown in recent years. The majority of the people in this research thought that their diet had a contribution in the onset of their illness. Moreover, 66 percent of those surveyed agree that clinical examinations should not make them feel uncomfortable. A majority of research participants reported experiencing anal discomfort.

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