Hemorrhoids refer to the swelling of internal or external anal veins, too much pressure on pelvic and rectal veins, constipation, diarrhea and defecation ability. The most common symptom is bloody stool. You can see blood in toilet paper and toilet. Hemorrhoids sometimes itch and sometimes hurt, but most of them are caused by defecation too hard.
Hot coat: put a clean cotton towel in warm water (not hot water) and apply it directly on hemorrhoids for about 10 ~ 15 minutes. Repeat 4 ~ 5 times a day to relax.
Clean after defecation: clean thoroughly after defecation to avoid stimulating hemorrhoids. Instead of washing the body directly with a dry paper towel, use the baby's wet paper towel or accept the wet paper towel first. It is more convenient to install intelligent toilet!
Don't defecate too hard: use gravity, but mainly creep in the straight field. If it doesn't drain, try again in an hour or two. The most important thing is not to defecate too tightly, let it happen naturally.
Fully retain moisture. Increase the amount of drinking water and drink at least 1900 ml to 2400 ml of water every day. Excreta contains a lot of water. The more water, the softer the stool, the easier it is to be excreted.
Get more fiber from food: fiber can maintain fecal moisture, increase fecal capacity, and easily pass through the workplace and anus. If there are hemorrhoids, eating more fiber can also reduce the pain of defecation. Fiber rich foods include:
Whole grains, including brown rice, barley, corn, rye, bugle, buckwheat and oats.
Fruit, especially fruit with skin and skin.
Vegetables (especially military vegetables (Swiss chard), cabbage leaves), spinach, lettuce, beet leaves and other green leafy vegetables.
Legumes and legumes (some people eat beans, their stomachs will swell, so be careful).
Regular work: have the concept of moving the body, massaging internal organs and promoting intestinal movement. We usually don't think so, but when the body moves, the internal organs also move and massage.
Apply topical gel or emulsion with pain relief and itching. Gently rinse the anus with warm water and apply it carefully. Then wipe a small amount of asparagus or Hemorrhoid Ointment (such as cancer hemorrhoids) to reduce the pain and discomfort caused by hemorrhoids. Use as needed.
Take painkillers: if the symptoms persist for a long time, please take over-the-counter drugs such as paracetamol, aspirin and ibuprofen. They may make you more comfortable and reduce swelling. Please consult your doctor first to ensure safe use of these infrequently used drugs.
If hemorrhoids are treated better, please consider seeing a doctor. Use the above method for 7-30 days. If the condition does not improve or becomes more serious, contact your doctor.
If rectal bleeding is not caused by hemorrhoids, the doctor can recommend a more comprehensive sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy, because one of the symptoms of colorectal cancer is rectal bleeding.