A patient once asked me early in the morning with a photo of his stool with blood in his stool, and said: "Doctor, you see that I have blood in the stool, but what should I do? When can I leave the hospital" "Oh, don't be nervous, come and change the dressing Let’s take a look at the room.” — When changing the dressing, I happened to see a few seeds in the Chrysanthemum area and asked the patient: “Did you eat dragon fruit yesterday? It was from a red heart?” “Yes, my wife brought me this. I ate a bit. "It shouldn't be blood in the stool, it's because of the red heart dragon fruit." "Oh, sorry, it's oolong." The other patients outside the curtain also laughed. It can be seen that everyone is concerned about blood in the stool, and they panic when they see red.
The most worried thing for patients after hemorrhoid surgery is the problem of defecation every day. Perhaps the unobstructed defecation every morning and the lack of blood stains on the surface determine the mood of the day. Among them, the biggest concern is postoperative bleeding and blood in the stool. In order to let everyone better understand the problem of postoperative bleeding, today I will tell you about the panic postoperative bleeding.
General causes of postoperative bleeding
1 When the wound has not healed completely, the stool is dry, and excessive force is exerted during defecation, which may damage the wound and cause bleeding. This situation is generally more common. Or because the blood vessel embolization at the base of the hemorrhoids is not yet firm, the root of the ligation thread is excessively stretched or the hemorrhoid stump is trimmed to cause bleeding on the wound.
2 During hemorrhoid ligation, the mucosa above the tooth line is removed too much and the bleeding cannot be completely stopped. Because the mucosa has abundant blood vessels, and internal hemorrhoids is a disease of abnormal blood vessel proliferation, it is easy to cause continuous bleeding.
3 During the ligation of internal hemorrhoids, the hemorrhoid mucosa was torn off due to the rough technique during ligation, but the bleeding was not completely stopped. Or the active bleeding point is not treated in time.
4 During the ligation of internal hemorrhoids, the blood supply of internal hemorrhoids was not completely blocked because the ligation thread was not tight, and the stump of internal hemorrhoids continued to bleed.
5 During the ligation of internal hemorrhoids, the stump of internal hemorrhoids was left too little, so that the ligation thread slipped off, causing the wound to open and continuous bleeding.
6 The open wound after external hemorrhoids resection does not heal, the force of rubbing after defecation, short-term activities after surgery, etc. may cause bleeding on the wound.
7 When local wound infection causes necrosis of the infected tissue. When the necrotic tissue falls off, the wound tissue at the base is fragile and blood vessels are easy to rupture and bleeding occurs.
8 About ten days after hemorrhoid ligation, the ligation ring will fall off, and it may cause
Bleeding. At this time, the amount of bleeding is less, so everyone can rest assured.
A small amount of blood on the surface of the stool, or a small amount of dark red blood in the toilet, is normal. If there is blood constantly leaking from the anus, or continuously flowing out, I believe that at this time, no matter what, you will be very panicked. Yes, so find a doctor in time.