With the improvement of people's living standards and the change of eating habits, people often experience pain of this kind, anal pain is one of them. In many people's opinion, anal pain is only caused by physical fire, not a disease, so they don't take it seriously. In fact, anal pain is related to a variety of anorectal diseases in the human body, and many clinically serious anorectal diseases can cause people's anal pain. So, what are the diseases that can cause anal pain?
1 anal fissure
The anus is the anal canal, and the fissure is split. The incidence of anal fissure accounts for about 20% of anorectal diseases, and it is mostly young. According to clinical statistics, young women prefer anal fissures. In China, the incidence of anal fissures in women is about 1.8 times that of men. Anal fissure patients can induce knife-cut and tear-like anal pain during defecation, blood or dripping on the surface of the stool, and the pain often lasts for a period of time after defecation.
Hemorrhoids are a common disease located in the anal area. It can occur at any age. In China, the incidence of hemorrhoids is gradually increasing. There is a saying of "ten men and nine hemorrhoids" and "ten women and ten hemorrhoids". Patients with hemorrhoids generally have anal swelling, and are often accompanied by anal itching and anal redness and pain.
3 Anal sinusitis
Anal sinusitis refers to the inflammatory lesions of the anal recesses in the anal dental line. It often causes anal infectious diseases such as perianal abscesses. It is related to the patient's inadequate diet before illness and excessive intake of fried and spicy foods. Anal sinusitis generally has symptoms such as anal falling pain, discomfort, mild pain, and incomplete defecation.
Perianal abscess, also known as perianal abscess, is favored by young people. Perianal abscess is more common in men between 20 and 40 years old. The incidence of men is 3 to 4 times that of women, and the incidence of children is relatively high. Patients with perianal abscesses generally have severe pain in the anus, which can be exacerbated when the patient touches or coughs. Perianal abscess should be taken seriously after it occurs. If it is not treated in time, it may cause septic shock and even life-threatening.
Anus prolapse, also known as rectal prolapse, refers to the anorectal eversion and prolapse outside the anus. Sometimes symptoms of blood and anal incontinence occur. In the early stage of anal prolapse, it manifests as a red, wet, and soft lump at the anal opening only during defecation. Patients with anal prolapse often have symptoms such as anal itching and pain, anal dampness, and diarrhea.
6 Anal Canal Cancer
Anal canal cancer patients are generally female. People with anal canal cancer often have mild persistent stinging pain in the anus, and the general condition of the late stage is poor, and a hard lump can be felt in the anal canal.
Anal pain is not a trivial matter. It is a beacon of human anorectal diseases. If you find that you have symptoms of anal pain, you should go to the hospital for examination in time to avoid missing the best time for disease treatment.