Constipation is a common and multiple disease. There is no exact figure on the incidence rate in China. However, according to the statistics of outpatient data, most anorectal patients are closely related to constipation. With the improvement of the quality of human life, people pay more and more attention to the harm of constipation, and the requirements for diagnosis and treatment of constipation are becoming more and more urgent. So, what kind of anorectal diseases can be caused by constipation? First, constipation can directly cause local harm to the body, such as dry and hard stools, hard work during defecation, which can cause anal canal laceration and pain, and then anal fissure, such as anal fissure further development, gradually The formation of sentinel hemorrhoids and anal stenosis, which in turn affects bowel function. Second, constipation, dryness and hardness can also cause bleeding from hemorrhoids. For example, long-term secretion and dry hard stool will rub the hemorrhoids. Over time, the anal hemorrhoids will be congested and scratched and cause bleeding after the stool. Because the internal hemorrhoids are in the painless area, they are manifested as painless bleeding, dripping or stained toilet paper. Color blood. The third is that constipation is an important cause of prolapse of the anus and internal rectal prolapse. Causes symptoms such as difficulty in defecation (even if the stool is not dry, it will not be smooth).
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