After getting hemorrhoids, what are the symptoms or discomforts?
Hemorrhoids are different from internal hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids, and mixed hemorrhoids. Therefore, after suffering from hemorrhoids, different symptoms will appear, mainly including the following symptoms:
Bloody stool is a common symptom in the early stage of internal hemorrhoids. The color is bright red, and blood is generally not mixed with stool, but blood in the stool is not always present when the stool is relieved. The amount of bleeding varies, more or less, can be blood in the stool, blood stains on the toilet paper after the stool. Some patients will have blood dripping drop by drop during stool. There are also hemorrhoids patients who have a jet-like bleeding during stool, with a lot of bleeding, up to tens of milliliters at a time, as long as the bleeding will not stop as long as they sit on the toilet and can’t afford to live.
Pain is a common symptom of external hemorrhoids. Because the external hemorrhoids are located below the dental line and are innervated by the spinal nerves, once the external hemorrhoids become inflamed and swollen, the pain is obvious.
Internal hemorrhoids are generally painless, and there is only a transient feeling of falling after the hemorrhoids prolapse and accept. If the internal hemorrhoids are not received in time after the prolapse, or the hemorrhoids are not inserted back in time, then the hemorrhoids protruding outside the anus will be incarcerated, which will lead to the formation of phlebitis and thrombosis, and finally cause the necrosis and erosion of the local hemorrhoids. Can cause severe pain in the anus.
(3) Protruding and protruding foreign bodies:
The anal margin is protruding and has a foreign body sensation. It is not easy to wipe off during the toilet. Contaminated underwear is a sign of external hemorrhoids. Prolapse is a common symptom of internal hemorrhoids in the middle and late stages, and internal hemorrhoids often fall out of the anus during defecation. In severe cases, the hemorrhoids may also protrude out of the anus when squatting, walking, coughing, or working hard.
(4) Anus moist and itching:
Due to the prolapse of internal hemorrhoids and repeated stimulation, anal sinusitis and chronic proctitis are often complicated, and the secretion of intestinal mucus glands increases. Frequent prolapse, the anus is loose and the mucus secreted flows out of the anus, irritating the skin around the anus, forming dermatitis, eczema, and causing discomfort and itching in the anus.
In addition, external hemorrhoids generally have no secretions. When the external hemorrhoids become inflamed or swollen, or when the skin is ruptured, the secretions increase, or when the anal is not cleaned after stool or the anal sweat glands are developed, it will also cause anal dampness and itching. After treatment of internal hemorrhoids or after the inflammation of external hemorrhoids is controlled, the symptoms of anal dampness and itching can disappear or alleviate.
Constipation can cause hemorrhoids, and the bleeding or pain of hemorrhoids often aggravates constipation. Therefore, constipation is closely related to the occurrence, development and change of hemorrhoids, and they are often cause and effect each other, forming a vicious circle.
In short, the above listed are the main symptoms of hemorrhoids. Because of the different conditions and severity, different patients have different symptoms. Once one or more of the above symptoms occurs, seek medical attention as soon as possible to prevent delay in diagnosis and treatment and worsen Condition.