The incidence of hemorrhoids is relatively high and very common. It is also the reason why many hemorrhoids patients do not pay attention to it. However, long-term hemorrhoids can cause adverse consequences.
Symptoms of hemorrhoids include blood in the stool, prolapse of anal mass, itching, pain, etc. Many patients have the above symptoms, and they also hold the idea of forbearing and forbearing. If they can be delayed, they can delay the simple condition and increase the difficulty in treatment , People also suffer.
Clinically, when hemorrhoids develop to second or third stage, hemorrhoids will come out from the anus
During the second stage of hemorrhoids, the hemorrhoids protrude out of the anus accompanied by forced defecation. Once the bowel movement is over, it will naturally return to the anus, even if it is slightly more serious, it will return to the anus by pushing it with a finger.
However, if it is further aggravated, the hemorrhoids will protrude when you push back into the anus with your fingers, walk or sneeze, or squat hard, or carry objects up and down the stairs. And eventually fell into such a dilemma, hemorrhoids often hang outside the anus.
Because internal hemorrhoids are not painful, although occasionally prolapse of hemorrhoids is uncomfortable, it does not attract attention. Therefore, it is not uncommon for hemorrhoids to develop slowly and deteriorate in the third stage.
As a result, due to years of friction, the mucosa on the surface of the hemorrhoids becomes quite firm, almost as hard as the skin. Because the mucous membrane is strong, the feces and underwear will not rub against them to cause bleeding.
If the hemorrhoids cannot be controlled in the second stage, the hemorrhoids will gradually enter the third stage, and the hemorrhoids will stay outside the anus, but they can also be brought into the anus with a finger rest. Although it is not painful, it is extremely uncomfortable and sometimes causes inflammation or eczema. In this way, it is very difficult to get a cure only by life therapy or regular visits to the hospital, and surgery is necessary to cure.