Experts pointed out: Constipation blood in the stool is also a very common phenomenon, constipation blood in the stool coexist, not caused by a single disease, but caused by many anorectal diseases. So, what about constipation bleeding? What can cause bleeding from constipation?
[Causes of constipation and blood in the stool]
The patient suffers from pain in the anus during defecation, and the fear of defecation often suppresses the intention to defecate, and gradually develops constipation, and constipation aggravates hemorrhoids to a certain extent. Rubbing the hemorrhoid mucosa, causing stool bleeding.
2. Intestinal polyps:
Especially rectal polyps bleeding. Most people, because small polyps are only raised nodules in the intestinal mucosa, although polyps are formed in the intestinal mucosa, they have no symptoms. Large polyps are often small tumors with pedicles that protrude into the intestinal cavity and can move up and down in the intestine. Due to the pressure and stimulation of feces, they often have ulcers, erosions, and even bleeding from constipation.
3. Anal fissure:
Constipation can cause anal fissure over time, and once suffering from anal fissure, constipation bleeding will be further aggravated. When forced to defecate, dry stool expands the anal canal, which can tear the small blood vessels of the anal canal and cause bleeding.
4. Rectal ulcer bleeding:
Constipation bleeding is blood on the surface of the stool and pain in the anal area.
5. Intestinal tumor:
Bleeding from constipation includes rectal tumor, sigmoid colon tumor, colon tumor, and its main symptom is blood in the stool. Colon tumors often manifest as alternating constipation and diarrhea, stools with blood, pus, and mucus; rectal tumors are stools with blood or pus and blood in the stool, or mucus and bloody stools with bloody secretions in the stool.
Experts remind patients: Don’t panic or ignore constipation and stool bleeding, and actively check and treat with the correct attitude. In treatment, you must not be careless. Choosing a regular professional specialized anorectal hospital will help you avoid detours and recover early. .