2021年2月2日星期二

what does a hemorrhoids look like,No matter what anorectal diseases, you should seek medical treatment in time to prevent minor illnesses from becoming serious

    In the outpatient clinic, surgical treatment is often recommended for patients with mixed hemorrhoids, perianal abscess, anal fistula, anal fissure, and anal papillary hypertrophy, but patients always refuse surgery for various reasons. As everyone knows, if some anorectal diseases are not operated in time, it will bring more serious consequences, increase their pain and the number of operations. If mixed hemorrhoids are not operated in time, severe anemia may be caused by repeated bleeding, which requires blood transfusion treatment, and clinically even patients with hemorrhoids who need to be rescued; if the internal hemorrhoids are prolapsed and cannot be received in time, it may be caused by congestion, edema, thrombosis, etc. Suffering from hemorrhoids, the patient will have severe pain in the anus and restlessness, increasing the difficulty and cost of the operation. Another example is the perianal abscess if it is not operated in time, it can change from a simple and simple abscess to a complex high abscess. The pain can be relieved by one operation, and it may take two, three or more operations to be cured; there is another possibility , Perianal abscess recurring, may form "perianal necrotizing fasciitis", this disease is very difficult to treat, not only the treatment cost is high (at least 100,000 yuan), but also has a certain risk of death; perianal If the abscess is not treated in time, it may cause sepsis, sepsis, etc., or it may be life-threatening. If anal fistula is not treated in time, the original simple anal fistula may become a complex and high-level anal fistula, which increases the number of operations and the difficulty of the operation. Moreover, the anal fistula recurs and may become cancerous.

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