Winter is a dry season, with large temperature differences between day and night. It is a season of frequent and high incidence of anorectal diseases. Recently, the number of patients in the anorectal department of the Second Hospital of Jiangsu Province has increased significantly. As the autumn and winter seasons are approaching the end of the year, many units are busy with work, especially white-collar workers who often sit in the office. Due to busy work, high pressure, and little water, they often get constipation, which in turn induces hemorrhoids and anal fissure One of the main reasons. In addition, many people often like to eat hot pot, barbecue, drinking and other foods to quench the cold when inviting friends to gather friends; there are also people who eat irregularly and like meat and vegetables. These are also important reasons for hemorrhoids. Once hemorrhoids, anal fissures and other diseases occur, patients will experience severe anal pain, bleeding, and prolapse of perianal masses, which seriously affect work and life. If care is not taken for maintenance and timely treatment, infections can often be induced and even develop into anal fistulas.
Many people think that blood in the stool must be bleeding from hemorrhoids. This is wrong. Because many diseases also have blood in the stool, such as: rectal cancer, rectal villous adenoma, rectal polyps, anal fissure, ulcerative colitis, colon ulcer, colitis, etc. If blood in the stool is caused by rectal cancer or other diseases, but you treat yourself as hemorrhoids, the consequences are serious. If rectal cancer can be detected early, it can be cured by timely treatment, and if it is delayed, it may develop into advanced cancer, lose the opportunity for treatment, and become incurable. Therefore, blood in the stool must be taken seriously, seek medical attention as soon as possible, make a clear diagnosis, and treat as soon as possible.