Not all hemorrhoids require surgical treatment. Hemorrhoids that require surgical treatment only account for 10-20% of outpatients. However, in recent years I was surprised to find that in some hemorrhoids specialist hospitals, 100% of their outpatients Need surgery! And before the check, let the patient check the preoperative routine and coagulation routine, so that the operation can be performed at any time when going to bed!
What kind of hemorrhoids need surgery?
Simply put, it is the more serious hemorrhoids that require surgery. We divide mixed hemorrhoids into 4 stages, and only 3-4 mixed hemorrhoids require surgical treatment.
Stage 1: Blood comes out of the anus during defecation, but nothing comes out of the anus.
Stage 2: Blood comes out from the anus during defecation, and a small amount of meat comes out from the anus, and the body can be retracted after defecation.
Stage 3: Blood comes out from the anus during defecation, and there is a large exudate. You can't retract it, you need to push the anus with your hands.
Stage 4: There is a prolapse outside the anus for a long time, although the anus is pushed by hand, it will come out again.
The reason why hemorrhoid surgery is not recommended for lighter hemorrhoids is because hemorrhoid surgery cannot be a "root removal" operation. Anyone who has hemorrhoids may recur after hemorrhoid surgery. If hemorrhoids are very light, you may have to do a lot in your life. Hemorrhoid surgery!
What about hemorrhoids in stage 1-2? Hemorrhoids of stage 1-2 may bleed or swell and pain when they become ill, and medications are sufficient.