Hemorrhoids are the expansion of anal veins. The bulge formed under the skin around the anus is called external hemorrhoids, and the bulge formed under the anus and rectum is called internal hemorrhoids. Increased venous pressure may cause congestion or enlargement.
Hemorrhoids may be uncomfortable, but treatment is easy and most can be prevented. Hemorrhoids will worsen over time, so doctors suggest treating hemorrhoids as soon as possible.
There may be the following reasons:
The symptoms of hemorrhoids are usually as follows
Anyone with this symptom should see a doctor. When diagnosing hemorrhoids, other diseases excluded by doctors include rectal and anal varices caused by wart, proctitis, anal fissure, abscess, rectal prolapse, increased venous pressure, etc.
Rectal cancer and anal cancer can also cause rectal bleeding. Some people, especially those over 45 years old with a family history of colorectal cancer, should further check the exclusion of rectal cancer. Hemorrhoids can exhibit symptoms similar to some cancers, but hemorrhoids do not cause cancer or cancer, nor do they affect other conditions of the anus, rectum and intestines.
The doctor can do a physical examination to check for hemorrhoids. This may include workplace inspections. This is the doctor's manual examination to smooth his fingers with gloves.
In case of massive bleeding, dizziness and syncope, seek medical attention immediately.
When evaluating hemorrhoids and other anorectal diseases, doctors can perform the following tests
In most cases, symptoms can be relieved through simple measures and can be improved without treatment. But sometimes drugs and surgery may be needed.
Symptoms can be relieved by the following methods. But hemorrhoids cannot be removed.
Rubber band ligation is the most common technique in non-surgical hemorrhoidectomy.
Through internal hemorrhoid surgery, elastic bands are placed at the bottom of hemorrhoids to cut off the blood supply. Hemorrhoids decreased or decreased.More recommended