Anorectologists with rich clinical experience are most afraid of encountering diseases, which may not be tumors, but anal bulging. This disease is simple and simple, and complicated is too complicated. Not only is the diagnosis complicated, but the treatment can also be very troublesome. Common diseases in the anorectal department, such as hemorrhoids, anal fistula, constipation, and proctitis, can cause anal swelling. For many patients who have not found a clear pathology, the most popular diagnosis of anorectal doctors is anal sinusitis.
Sloppy diagnosis is easy, but the effect of treatment is very different. In the end, many patients even feel that they are not as good as those with tumors. After all, the impact on their lives is very huge.
I see some patients with anal swelling every year. One of the most impressive patients was anal swelling after hemorrhoid surgery (PPH) in a local hospital. I also tried my best. I saw it in major hospitals across the country. Every time, Chinese medicine, western medicine, and surgery were all available, but there was still no obvious effect. Later, I insisted on letting her go to the psychological clinic. It turned out that she had depression, and finally got better with antidepressant treatment.
Therefore, anal bulging is actually not caused by anorectal diseases in many cases. The following diseases can also cause anal bulging:
1. Gynecological diseases: the most common is pelvic inflammatory disease, as well as endometriosis, retroverted uterus and rectum compression;
2. Andrology diseases, such as prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, etc.;
3. Lumbar spine and related nerve problems, such as lumbar disc herniation, lumbar degeneration, pelvic nerve compression, neuritis, etc.;
4. Menopausal syndrome, depression, anorectal neurosis, etc.;
Therefore, in the face of anal bulging, a comprehensive inspection and comprehensive analysis are necessary to solve the problem.