When patients have no obvious symptoms, they can not be treated. For symptomatic patients, they should be treated in time to avoid the deterioration of their condition and bring greater harm to themselves.
Hemorrhoids are divided into internal hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids and mixed hemorrhoids, and internal hemorrhoids are divided into phase I, phase II, phase III and phase IV. External hemorrhoids are divided into four types, including varicose external hemorrhoids, thrombotic external hemorrhoids, connective tissue external hemorrhoids and inflammatory external hemorrhoids. Different types of hemorrhoids have different symptoms. Clinically, this type of epicarpal hemorrhoids is the most common, and its most prominent performance is that there are tumors prolapse at the anal mouth, which can be touched by hand, without pain, pruritus and bleeding symptoms. Patients with external hemorrhoids of thrombotic external hemorrhoids mainly show that there is a lump at the anal door, which gradually hardens in the later stage, accompanied by a strong sense of pain, and the volume will become larger and larger. Varicose veins, external hemorrhoids, abnormal protrusion of anal doorway when the patient goes to the toilet.
Hemorrhoids patients in phase I will be accompanied by occasional intermittent bleeding, no pain and itching, and no bright red blood. When defecating, there is a tumor at the anal door, which retracts automatically after defecation. At this time, most patients are in phase II. In stage III patients, hemorrhoids prolapse during defecation and will be returned automatically after defecation. At this time, patients should also pay attention to the identification of hemorrhoids and polyps. In case of physical discomfort, bleeding or anal pain, go to the anorectal Department of the hospital for examination in time.
Long hemorrhoids is a very common phenomenon. The saying "ten men and nine hemorrhoids, ten women and ten hemorrhoids" means that basically everyone has hemorrhoids. The treatment of hemorrhoids is not very difficult. During treatment, pay attention to the principle of treating with symptoms and treating without symptoms. The origin of hemorrhoids is anal pad, which is mainly composed of blood vessels. It belongs to benign lesions and has no possibility of canceration. Therefore, when there are no symptoms, the patient can ignore it.
For hemorrhoids, we should pay attention to prevention, do not stay up late, do not drink, eat light, maintain good stool habits, eating habits and living habits, and pay attention to local cleanliness and hygiene. After suffering from hemorrhoids, people should first reflect on themselves, find incentives and remove them, so as to fundamentally avoid the deterioration of the disease and lay a good foundation for better treatment of the disease in the later stage.