As the saying goes, "ten people have nine hemorrhoids", is it true? It's not true, it's actually "ten people and ten hemorrhoids". Everyone has hemorrhoids, which are caused by humans' long-term upright walking. But not every hemorrhoid is a "sick hemorrhoid". The domestic anorectal epidemiological survey data shows that the "sick hemorrhoid" is about 40%-60%. The surveyed groups, living environment, working conditions, etc. are different. The incidence is also different. That is to say, 4 out of 10 people have "have been sick". Let us understand what kind of hemorrhoids are called "diseased hemorrhoids".
The so-called "diseased hemorrhoids" refers to hemorrhoids that have symptoms, signs, and affect life or work. Symptoms of hemorrhoids include "blood in the stool, prolapse of the mass during defecation, protrusion of anal swelling with pain, anal skin tag, swelling in the anus, anal itching, etc.". The popular point is that the anus is uncomfortable, which has an impact on life or work. What should I do if I get "diseased hemorrhoids"? The most direct and effective way is to find an anorectal doctor. The doctor will inform the severity of hemorrhoids and the corresponding treatment plan after the examination. In fact, many patients with hemorrhoids have some understanding of hemorrhoids, but don't be self-righteous. Because hemorrhoids and rectal and anal canal cancer have many similarities and signs in the early stage, the two are easy to confuse, so in order to distinguish, it is really necessary to find a doctor. The following is an introduction to "onset hemorrhoids".
Many patients with hemorrhoids have a concern, that is, can hemorrhoids become cancerous? The answer is no. In layman’s terms, it’s “you get melons and beans, you get beans”. Small hemorrhoids are hemorrhoids, and hemorrhoids with large eggs are hemorrhoids. One day hemorrhoids are hemorrhoids, and 100-year-old hemorrhoids are also hemorrhoids; Its nature, no matter how long or large it is, it cannot change its nature. Colorectal cancer is already cancer at a very young age, and it is called "micro cancer". It just wasn't discovered. Therefore, hemorrhoids and bowel cancer are not related.
Although hemorrhoids do not become cancerous, hemorrhoids still need to be treated. Whether it is taking more rest, medication or surgical treatment, they are all treatment options for "onset hemorrhoids", because hemorrhoids must go through from onset to disappearance of symptoms. For a period of time, if combined with medication during this period, the symptoms will be relieved more quickly. Some hemorrhoids can only be treated surgically if they cannot be relieved after rest and medication.
Some patients with hemorrhoids ask if hemorrhoids must have surgery? The answer is not necessarily. Generally speaking, anorectal doctors will give a corresponding treatment plan based on the severity of hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids that "have symptoms, signs, cause inconvenience to life or work, and the patient himself is willing to undergo surgery" are suitable for surgery. In other words, if the operation is not an operation, the patient's comprehensive doctor's advice is required, and after careful consideration, he has the final say.
Some patients also ask whether surgery can cure hemorrhoids? The answer is no cure. However, surgical treatment is more effective and thorough than drug treatment. Especially internal hemorrhoids, which are mainly bleeding or prolapse, will hardly recur after surgery.