In the process of life, women have more opportunities for pelvic organs to be compressed and blood flow blocked, causing congestion and blood stasis in the pelvic organs, affecting the blood circulation of the anus, oppression of the rectum, blocking the passage of feces, and poor defecation. These are all factors that induce anal disease.
Menstruation and pregnancy can increase the burden on the anus. Some women often experience difficulty in defecation and prolonged intervals during menstruation or pregnancy, defecation every 2-3 days.
In the late pregnancy, due to the enlargement of the fetus and compression of the rectum, in addition to the difficulty of defecation, it also makes the rectal anus venous blood return obstruction, which not only prone to hemorrhoids, but also makes the original hemorrhoids further aggravated.
The puerperium has a higher chance of onset. After delivery, due to the empty abdominal cavity, the sense of defecation becomes dull. In addition, the abdominal wall is loose, the activity is reduced, the symptoms of defecation and difficulty in defecation increase, and often no defecation symptoms for several days. Stool stays in the intestine for too long and is highly indurated. As a result, strong defecation will damage the anus and rectum and cause anorectal diseases.
In addition to the above-mentioned pregnant and childbirth women, when women reach menopause, their body muscles become loose and weak, and tissues related to anal function such as sphincter, levator ani, puborectalis, etc. also become weak, and anal function declines.
At the same time, women's menopause often suffer from endocrine and nerve dysfunction, which can make people irritable, have a sense of defecation and inexhaustible defecation, and cause frequent visits to the toilet, which is also a factor inducing anorectal disease.