Generally, the surgery for anal diseases is an open incision, and individual patients will close the wound with sutures. A small amount of bleeding after surgery is normal. But how to observe postoperative bleeding?
Generally, a T-band and sterile accessories are used to fix the compressed wound after the operation. The gauze under the T-band can be observed on the day after the operation. Generally, if there is a small amount of bleeding, part of the gauze is stained with blood and some of the gauze is white. It is normal. Heavy bleeding will see all the gauze stained red with blood, not white. At this time, urgent treatment is required immediately. The treatment method is also very simple. Generally, patients will be sutured or locally compressed, and injected with hemostatic drugs, which will quickly stop the bleeding.
A week or so after the operation, there may be a small amount of bleeding from local wounds in the anus, usually bleeding during defecation, especially in patients with constipation and diarrhea. At this time, constipation and diarrhea need to be treated. It is best to defecate once a day. The characteristic of bleeding during defecation is squatting. Bleeding during the next time, as long as you stand up, you can quickly stop the bleeding. Therefore, patients should ensure that the defecation time is as short as possible, and prolonged squatting is also detrimental to the wound.
Bleeding during ligation and shedding of internal hemorrhoids is generally slightly more than usual, but it usually takes only one or two days to stop bleeding. At this time, you need to rest more, and the wound will heal normally after falling off.