First of all, let's first understand, what is anorectal disease? It refers to diseases related to the anus, rectum, and colon. Common are hemorrhoids, anal fissure, prolapse, perianal abscess, anal fistula, anal cryptitis and so on. There are many types of anorectal diseases, but what are the common symptoms? If the following conditions occur in your body, you must be more vigilant.
Blood in stool
The most obvious sign of anorectal disease is when symptoms such as blood spurting, melena, occult blood in the stool, or blood on the toilet paper after the stool are present. Hemorrhoids, anal fissures, ulcerative colitis, intestinal polyps, rectal cancer and other diseases will be accompanied by blood in the stool. These diseases cannot be delayed, and the more difficult it is to cure, the long-term blood in the stool will also cause the patient's body weakness, general fatigue, dizziness and Anemia, etc.
Perianal or anal redness and pain
There are many diseases that cause perianal or anal redness and pain, such as perianal abscess, anal fistula, hemorrhoids, and anal fissure. None of these diseases can be cured on their own or simply treated with medication. Most of them require surgical treatment. Therefore, once perianal or anal redness and pain occur, please go to the hospital in time and actively undergo surgical treatment if necessary. In addition, remember that you should actively perform surgery if you have a perianal abscess. If it is not, it may lead to further aggravation of the infection, secondary necrotizing fasciitis, sepsis and other serious diseases, and may even be life-threatening.
The cause of anal bulging sensation may be rectal prolapse, various inflammations, internal hemorrhoids prolapse, rectal polyp prolapse, etc. If not treated in time, it is easy to induce perianal tissue infection. What's more, this kind of uncomfortable feeling when you defecate every day is as uncomfortable as torture.
Changes in bowel habits
In addition to dietary factors, symptoms such as frequent bowel movements, tenesmus, mucous stools, irregular stools, and flattening are likely to be caused by hemorrhoids, colon cancer, and rectal polyps.
Early anal itching may be tolerable, but gradually, constant scratching can cause perianal ulcers. Without treatment for a long time, there is a risk of spreading to the perineum or labia. Perianal bacterial infections, parasites, moisture, eczema, etc. may cause anal itching.
Anorectal disease can also be a stubborn disease that can threaten the body. When the above symptoms occur, you should go to a specialist hospital for examination and treatment. Do not delay and cause the disease to aggravate and increase the difficulty and cost of treatment. Moreover, we should also pay attention in our daily life to form good living habits and prevent the appearance of these diseases at all times.