Radical treatment of hemorrhoids is inseparable from surgery. Many people think that hemorrhoid surgery is a minor operation, simple, really that simple?
Look at these problems that often occur after hemorrhoids surgery, you don't think so. From the anal margin to edema and pain, the incision does not heal for a long time, and from the severe to the anorectal stenosis, it is difficult to defecate, even anal incontinence, and some patients relapse soon after surgery.
Of course, no one can guarantee that the operation will be 100% successful, but most of the problems are caused by laymen or lack of experience.
Let’s talk about the adverse reactions. Many times we just cut off the hemorrhoids and think that as long as the raised hemorrhoids are cut off, the operation will be successful. Unexpectedly, the hemorrhoids are gone, the anal skin and rectal mucosa are also damaged, resulting in a series of complications. There are three situations. One is that the protection of the anal canal skin and rectal mucosa is not considered during the operation. The other is that they know to protect but don’t know how to do it. The third is to take some more severe methods, such as Laser, HCPT, electric knife, etc.
Let's talk about the problem of recurrence. It is generally believed that as long as the operation is performed, it is a radical cure. In fact, anorectal surgery also treats the symptoms and the root cause. If it is only to remove hemorrhoids, I think it is still a palliative treatment, and it does not eliminate the cause of the disease. What is the cause? It is related to the pressure of the anal canal and the anal sphincter. It can be regarded as a permanent cure if the pressure of the anal canal returns to normal through surgery. To give a simple example, female anterior and posterior external hemorrhoids are mostly related to high pressure in the anal canal. If you only know that the external hemorrhoids are cut, hemorrhoids will surely grow soon after surgery. At this time, if you relax the sphincter at the same time , To reduce the pressure of the anal canal, to solve the problem of recurrence. And the same is hemorrhoids, if it is varicose veins and low pressure in the anal canal, surgery cannot be done.
So, don't underestimate hemorrhoid surgery. If you don't understand something, don't just do it casually.