Zhang Shuhong, a female physician in anorectal department, received them. After careful inquiry, patient comfort and detailed examination, the results showed that Xiaomeng had hemorrhoids and Xiaoqi had anal fissure. Zhang Shuhong said that hemorrhoids and anal fissure are common anorectal diseases in life. In addition, their symptoms are in the early stage, so there is no need to worry too much. The two sisters were relieved when they heard the doctor's words, but at the same time, they had a question: it was also bright red blood in the stool. Why were the two people suffering from the same disease?
Zhang Shuhong introduced that it is also fecal bleeding, but blood is different from blood, because there are many kinds of anorectal diseases, and hematochezia is only a symptom. Even if it is bright red hematochezia, it may also be caused by different anorectal diseases. The reason for the bright red blood in the stool is that the blood flows out of the blood vessels and is soon discharged out of the body with the stool. Generally, the bright red blood in the stool is common in the following anorectal diseases
1. Hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids' blood in stool is generally fresh blood, which is generally caused by internal hemorrhoids or mixed hemorrhoids. The amount of bleeding is more or less, less may be toilet paper with blood or stool dripping blood, and more may appear jet bleeding. Generally, blood does not mix with stool.
2. Anal fissure, bloody stool caused by anal fissure, is generally caused by dry and hard stool. The bleeding mode is that there are blood stains on one side of the fecal surface, which are not mixed with feces. Some patients drip blood after defecation.
3. Rectal polyps, bright red stool blood and possibly rectal polyps. Stool blood of rectal polyps usually has no discomfort and stops after defecation.
4. Rectal prolapse, rectal prolapse tumor will also produce bright red blood after it is broken.
Changsha Dongda anorectal Hospital reminds that hematochezia is a symptom of many anorectal diseases. If there is bright red hematochezia, most of them are perianal diseases, but if there is mucus, pus and blood stool, we should be vigilant against gastrointestinal diseases. Hematochezia is not a trivial matter. Long term hematochezia may also cause anemia. Therefore, when there are symptoms of hematochezia, you should go to a regular hospital as soon as possible. Don't delay for a long time to avoid aggravation of the disease.More recommended