Patient: Description of the condition (main symptoms of anal fissure, time of onset): Laboratory tests and examination results: The last hospital visited: Hello, Doctor Li! I got hemorrhoids when I gave birth to a child 16 years ago. I rarely committed it in the first few years. In recent years, I have committed 2-3 times a year. Since last year, every time I had a bowel movement, all the anal nipple and hemorrhoids came out. The hand was pushed forward. After examination by our local doctor, it was diagnosed as mixed hemorrhoids, anal papillary hypertrophy, and anal fissure, which must be operated on. I had an operation on December 29. The mixed hemorrhoids, anal papillary hypertrophy, and anal fissure were removed together. After being discharged from the hospital to rest at home, I would like to ask Dr. Li. Although I pay attention every day, the food is light and I also eat fruit, but my stools are still dry every day, and my head is a bit hard. It hurts a bit. What else should I pay attention to in this situation? Under what circumstances can I go to work normally?
Every day, the stool is still dry, and the head is a bit hard. I am afraid that I can’t solve it anymore because you have not cleared the stool. This causes the stool in the rectum, and the intestine absorbs water quickly. In the case of dry stool and head, it is recommended to drink plenty of water besides eating fruits, exercise more, and do not sleep too late at night. If you are afraid of defecation, you can take some laxative drugs orally to avoid a vicious circle. It is recommended to take a bath after the toilet, and then apply Mayinglong hemorrhoid ointment. You feel like you can go to work as soon as you can, ha ha. thank you for your trust!
------Southern Hospital Li Shenglong