From stage I to stage IV: A growth process of hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids are divided into three types: internal hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids, and mixed hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoids grow inside the anus. The symptoms are dripping or even spurting blood, but I often don’t feel anything. External hemorrhoids grow outside the anus and can be felt at any time. Although they don’t bleed much, they feel painful, no matter what Toilets, sitting and walking will all hurt, and secretions will leak out, which can easily cause infection; internal and external mixed hemorrhoids are both symptoms.
Hemorrhoids also "grow up", especially internal hemorrhoids. If given time, internal hemorrhoids will develop from stage I (no pain, mainly for blood, secretions, and itching), stage II (blood in the stool, hemorrhoids prolapse with defecation, but can be recovered by themselves) to stage III (also known as In the late stage, internal hemorrhoids prolapse outside the anus, or every time a bowel movement protrudes outside the anus, you must back it with your hand) and stage IV (the internal hemorrhoids prolapse from the anus cannot be returned to the inside of the anus, get stuck outside the anus, appear "knife cut" "The severe pain even leads to tissue necrosis.