The common symptoms of internal hemorrhoids are painless, intermittent blood after defecation, blood on paper in mild cases, ejection in severe cases, prolapse of hemorrhoids, pain, itching, and even eczema. The clinical manifestations of internal hemorrhoids are mainly bleeding and prolapse, which can be accompanied by difficulty in defecation, thrombosis, strangulation, and incarceration.
Index of internal hemorrhoids:
Degree I: Bloody, dripping or jet-like bleeding in the stool, bleeding can stop automatically after the stool; no prolapse of hemorrhoids.
Degree Ⅱ: Hematochezia is often present; hemorrhoids prolapse during defecation and can be repaid by itself after defecation.
Degree III: Occasional blood in the stool; standing for a long time during defecation, coughing, fatigue, prolapse of hemorrhoids when weight-bearing, need to be filled with hands.
Degree IV: occasional blood in the stool; prolapsed hemorrhoids cannot be repaid.