Hemorrhoids is a common term for hemorrhoids. Many people in clinical work will ask what kind of hemorrhoids they have. There are three types of hemorrhoids: internal hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids, and mixed hemorrhoids. Well distinguished.
In terms of symptoms, the main symptom of internal hemorrhoids is blood in the stool or prolapse. This blood in the stool is generally blood. The blood and stool do not mix. Some have blood on the paper, and some are dripping or jet-like bleeding. Bleeding usually occurs during or after the stool. The main symptoms of external hemorrhoids are pain and swelling. The trigger is often constipation, diarrhea or overwork, overeating spicy food. Individuals will have thrombotic external hemorrhoids, mainly manifested by black or dark purple masses under the skin around the anus, and obvious tenderness.
As an ordinary person, how can you tell which type of hemorrhoids are from their appearance?
It can be distinguished from whether the surface of hemorrhoids is covered with skin or mucous membrane: the surface of external hemorrhoids is covered with skin, sometimes with hyperemia and edema, the skin may become thinner.
The surface of internal hemorrhoids is covered with mucous membrane, and the structure between internal and external hemorrhoids is called dentition.