With people’s unhealthy eating habits and routines of work and rest, many people have hemorrhoids but they don’t know it. Hemorrhoids plague many ordinary people. Many people ignore the disease and cause the disease to worsen until serious. After the situation happened, I regretted it. Although hemorrhoids are not a serious disease, they can affect the health of the intestines. Therefore, you must pay attention to the hygiene of the anus in your life.
Blood in the stool may be a sign of hemorrhoids?
There is no obvious pain after stool. The intermittent blood in the stool and the bright red color are the typical characteristics of hemorrhoids. It is also a common symptom of internal hemorrhoids or mixed hemorrhoids in the early stage. Blood in the stool is mainly caused by the dilation of blood vessels when the stool is wiped, the mucous membrane is rubbed because the stool is too dry and hard, or the blood vessels are dilated due to excessive force during defecation. Bleeding in the stool often stops after a few days, which is very important for diagnosis.
Constipation, dry stools, drinking and eating are all triggers for bleeding. If anal bleeding occurs repeatedly, anemia may occur. This is not uncommon in clinical practice and should be distinguished from bleeding disorders.
Prolapse after defecation is a late stage manifestation of hemorrhoids. As the volume of late hemorrhoids continues to expand and gradually break away from the muscle layer, they are often pushed out of the anus during defecation. Prolapse is only in the stool and needs to be pushed back by hand. The more serious situation is that the abdominal pressure is obvious, and the anus prolapses frequently. If the abdominal pressure increases slightly, such as coughing, walking, etc., prolapse can occur and it is difficult to recover. Unable to give birth normally.
What are the prevention methods for hemorrhoids?
1. Adhere to outdoor exercise
People who sit and work for a long time should pay attention to the combination of work and rest. After working for 1 to 2 hours, it is most appropriate to walk for 10 to 15 minutes. You can usually choose to run, do Tai Chi, gymnastics, dancing and other activities, which can promote blood circulation and promote bowel movement, reducing pelvic congestion and hemorrhoids.
2. Improve anal exercises often
Whether it is heavy work, prolonged squatting, or sedentary sitting, it will eventually lead to anorectal vein obstruction and varicose veins. Therefore, anal elevation exercises should be used to reduce local venous obstruction and varicose veins. There are great benefits for these symptoms.
In addition, it is necessary to develop the habit of regular bowel movements every day. After getting up in the morning, drink a glass of cold water to promote bowel movements. Do not squat in the toilet for too long, otherwise it will cause bleeding from hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Pregnant women should avoid sedentary sitting and standing to prevent constipation. Appropriate consumption of some sesame seeds and honey can keep the stool smooth and prevent the occurrence of hemorrhoids.
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