Pregnant women need to be wary of mixed hemorrhoids
Problem replay: Ms. Lin developed an anal lumps after giving birth, about the size of her little finger. After every bowel movement, she protruded out of the anus, accompanied by pain and bleeding, and she had to push her hands to send it back after she had a bowel movement. But as soon as I ate hot peppers, I relapsed. In the past few days, I felt itchy and weird around the anus. There was also a damp feeling. I bleed more after defecation. I want to consult a doctor. Do you have hemorrhoids? Can it be cured? Is there any special medicine? Is there a minimally invasive surgical method?
Due to physiological reasons, pregnant women are particularly susceptible to hemorrhoids. Surgical treatment during pregnancy is generally not recommended. Conservative treatment can be used, and further treatment can be performed after delivery. This is because with the decrease of abdominal pressure after delivery, the venous return disorder is relieved, and the content of progesterone in the body decreases. Hemorrhoids generally shrink or shrink within 6 months. If the symptoms disappear at this time, the pain of surgery can be avoided. If there are still hemorrhoids, surgical treatment is performed, because the hemorrhoids have become significantly smaller than they were during pregnancy. The pain of surgery will be relatively reduced, and the course of treatment will be significantly shortened.
According to this patient's symptoms, if economic reasons are not considered, hemorrhoid circumcision, also known as hemorrhoid PPH surgery, should be the first choice. The whole process of this kind of surgery only takes about half an hour. Since the operation not only removes the rectal mucosal prolapse zone, but also blocks the terminal anastomotic branches of the arteries and veins of the terminal rectum, and eliminates the root cause of hemorrhoids, the effect is ideal, with less trauma, less bleeding, light pain, and quick recovery. , Short hospital stay and other advantages.