A few days ago, Xiao Jiu saw the patient asking questions backstage:
"When I went to the bathroom yesterday, I found a small meat ball on the edge of my anus. It's soft and a little painful. I can retract it as soon as I press it. Is this hemorrhoids?"
As the saying goes, "ten people nine hemorrhoids", especially in the often sedentary crowd. Some people find small meatballs or small pimples in their anus and doubt whether they have hemorrhoids.
However, in addition to hemorrhoids, is there anything else?
If a small meatball is found in anus, there may be hemorrhoids. The so-called hemorrhoids are the soft venous mass growing in the anus, or the bulge formed by the proliferation of connective tissue in the skin of the anal margin and the rupture of subcutaneous varicose veins of the anal canal.
Hemorrhoids can be divided into external hemorrhoids, internal hemorrhoids and mixed hemorrhoids;
Internal hemorrhoids are characterized by painless hematochezia, separation of blood and stool, intermittent bleeding, and blood dripping or ejection in severe cases; Mixed hemorrhoids are a combination of the two.More recommended