Anovaginal fistula: Anal fissures are an acute longitudinal tear or a chronic ovoid ulcer in the squamous epithelium of the anal canal. It causes severe pain, sometimes with bleeding, particularly with defecation. Thought to result from laceration by a hard or large stool, or frequent loose bowel movements. Fissures may cause internal sphincter spasming, thus decreasing the blood supply and worsening the chronic nature of the condition.
Tinnitus: Tinnitus is a person hearing noise or ringing in the ears, and affects about 15 to 20 percent of people. Tinnitus isn’t a condition within itself, rather it is a symptom of an underlying condition, which could include age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a disporder of the circulatory system.
Intestinal ulceration: It is not known why the ulcers in the large intestine and colon occur, but it is thought that continued inflammation through bacteria in the colon, as well as genetic factors that affect the immune system. Normally the immune system can suppress the inflammation, however in some cases this is not achieved, resulting in ulcers of the large intestine. One of the first diagnostic signs of Crohn’s disease is ulceration of the large intestine and colon.
Vertigo: Vertigo is a form of dizziness where one feels that they are spinning, or that the world is spinning around hen, especially that they change position. The condition is often the result of an inner ear problem, such as paroxysmal positional vertigo, which happens when calcium particles clump together in the inner ear. Vertigo can also be caused by Meniere’s disease which leads tp tinnitus and subsequent hearing loss, swelling or infection of the inner ear, and vestibular neuronitis and labyrinthitis.
Depression: Depression is associated with the lowering of a persona’ mood for a period of two weeks or more. Here, one may feel tired, sick and run down, have sleep issues, overwhelmed, disappointed, miserable, irritable, sad, and lose interest in life. One may prefer to stay home, not get work done, withdraw from friends of family, not enjoy social activities and be unable to concentrate. It can be caused by stress, life events, genetic history, medical illnesses, drug and alcohol abuse, trauma, and a number of other factors.
Constipation: Constipation is referred to as the passing of hard, dry stools that may be infrequent or difficult to pass. Common causes include changes in routine, not enough daily fibre intake, lack of exercise and decreased fluid intake. https://www.jeevahealth.com.au/ayurvedic-glossary/constipation-gut-health-ayurvedic-management/