Patients who have undergone simultaneous operations often compare who has the better effect. However, there are many factors affecting postoperative recovery, and individual differences are large.
1. The severity of hemorrhoids before surgery. The more serious hemorrhoids before surgery, the more serious the postoperative edema may be, and the more epidermis may be left after the edema subsides, and the patient feels that the operation effect is worse. On the contrary, the lighter the degree of hemorrhoids before surgery, the smaller the postoperative response and the better the postoperative recovery. For example, for stage 2 mixed hemorrhoids, only pph is usually enough, and there is no need to deal with external hemorrhoids. The postoperative response is generally smaller than that of stage 3-4 hemorrhoids, and the postoperative effect looks better.
2. The patient's tolerance to pain. People who are more afraid of pain will have more severe perianal edema after recovery, and more epidermis will be left after recovery. This kind of individual difference is huge!
3. The quality of surgery. For mixed hemorrhoids of stage 3-4, if the subcutaneous venous plexus is removed during the operation, the chance of postoperative edema will be low. On the contrary, if there is no or less removal, the edema will be severe, and the postoperative epidermis will be left. Many, the postoperative effect will be worse.