2020年10月13日星期二

hemorrhoids bleeding treatment,Treatment of hemorrhoids

    The treatment of hemorrhoids should follow three principles:

    1. Asymptomatic hemorrhoids do not need treatment; 2. Symptomatic hemorrhoids are reducing or eliminating symptoms, rather than radical cure; 3. Non-surgical treatment is the main treatment.

    General treatment:

    The treatment of hemorrhoids is the first priority. In daily life, you need to:

    Increase fibrous foods, such as fruits and vegetables, to keep stool smooth;

    Avoid eating spicy fried foods that are easy to get angry, drink alcohol and smoke as little as possible;

    Avoid sitting still for a long time;

    Timely exercise, such as proper running, can improve blood circulation throughout the body, as well as blood circulation around the anus and rectum, and reduce blood fall and silt;

    Avoid staying up late and try to maintain a regular life.

    Surgical treatment:

    Including injection therapy: suitable for Ⅰ and Ⅱ degree hemorrhagic internal hemorrhoids.

    Rubber band ligation therapy: suitable for internal hemorrhoids of degree I, II, and III.

    Ultrasound-guided hemorrhoid artery ligation: suitable for internal hemorrhoids of degree II, III, and IV.

    Simple resection of hemorrhoids: suitable for the treatment of Ⅱ and Ⅲ degree internal hemorrhoids and mixed hemorrhoids.

    Stapled prolapse and rectal mucosal circumcision: It is suitable for Ⅲ, Ⅳ degree internal hemorrhoids, mixed hemorrhoids, and second degree internal hemorrhoids that have failed non-surgical treatment. Compared with traditional surgery, it has less pain, shorter operation time, and faster recovery.

    Thrombotic external hemorrhoid dissection: used to treat thrombotic external hemorrhoids.

    It should be noted that the above living habits still need to be adhered to for a long time after the operation, otherwise it is easy to relapse.

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