In the anorectal clinic, patients often encounter blood in the stool. Many people often panic because of the blush after the stool. So what diseases can cause blood in the stool? Come and share with you today.
Causes of stool bleeding
1 internal hemorrhoids
Painless blood in the stool, often dripping and spraying blood, sometimes accompanied by prolapse of swelling.
2 anal fissure
The stool is often bloody or dripping with blood during defecation, but it is painful during defecation.
3 rectal polyps
Painless blood in the stool, blood in the stool, on the appearance of the stool, the blood volume is small, sometimes accompanied by mucus, and occasionally polyps near the anus can protrude outside the anus.
4 rectal tumors
The blood in the stool is dark red or bright red, mixed in the stool or outside the note, mixed with mucus, although the anus is not painful, but there is sinking and anal discomfort, and gradually worsen.
5 foreign body trauma
Hematochezia, common at one time, the amount can be more or less, bright red, pain when there are foreign bodies in the anal canal, painless from time to time when the rectal mucosa is injured, there is a history of medical and trauma that can be sought, food residue, transanal intubation or open plug Exposure can cause damage.
A history of exposure to infected water, often manifested as chronic diarrhea, stools with pus and blood or stools with blood.
7 Hemorrhoids or anal fissure, anal fistula
The blood color is generally bright red, and it does not mix with feces, and does not contain mucus. It is manifested as dripping of blood after stool, which is more likely to occur when indurated stool.
8 Bacterial dysentery
Stools are often pus and blood samples, and the amount is not much each time, often accompanied by tenesmus; the chronic phase is intermittent mucus, pus and blood in the stool.
9 Ulcerative colitis
Stool is generally mucus, pus, and blood-like stool, and in severe cases, it can be blood-like stool.
10 Amoebic dysentery
Stools are mostly jam-like, or dark red, with large amounts, often accompanied by purulent mucus. Patients often have fever, abdominal distension, abdominal pain, and tenesmus.
What should I pay attention to in the diet of stool bleeding?
1. The diet should be light: eat less spicy, fried, fried, spirits and other indigestible irritating foods, eat more fruits, vegetables and fibrous foods, drink more water, especially bananas, honey and other laxative foods.
2. Drink plenty of water: When you get up every morning, drink a glass of warm salt water or cool plain water to promote bowel movements.
3. Avoid taking medicine indiscriminately: If you have dry stools, do not use laxatives, detox medicines, aloe capsules, etc. casually. Long-term use will not only aggravate constipation, but also cause drug dependence.