In life, many hemorrhoids patients will have local anal pruritus during the disease attack. It is considered that pruritus is also a symptom of hemorrhoids attack, but it is not. Hemorrhoid disease attack, bleeding, pain or hemorrhoid prolapse is the most common symptom of patients. The occurrence of local anal pruritus is mostly caused by the stimulation of feces or wrinkled skin to the anus. Because the origin of hemorrhoid disease is anal pad, and it belongs to a normal structure of the body, the treatment of hemorrhoids can only eliminate symptoms, but can not be cured.
Clinically, some types of hemorrhoids will bring varying degrees of pruritus to patients during the onset of the disease. If the patient belongs to epiphyte external hemorrhoids, when the epiphyte is relatively large, it is easy to cause residual feces to stimulate the anus due to unclean feces wiping, resulting in itching symptoms. In addition, after the thrombus of acute thrombus external hemorrhoids is gradually absorbed and dissipated, the thrombus skin will wrinkle, which will cause anal pruritus. When excessive dermatophyte induces local anal pruritus and affects the patient's normal life, surgical resection can be considered. For the smaller epicarpal hemorrhoids, most patients have no abnormal symptoms.
In addition, when the internal hemorrhoids are too large and repeatedly prolapse, the residual liquid and fecal residue are easy to come out in the process of prolapse and reinjection of hemorrhoids, so as to stimulate the anus and induce perianal dampness, perianal eczema or perianal inflammation, which are also easy to induce the symptoms of anal pruritus. For such cases, the itching symptoms can be eliminated only after the patient cures the lesion.
Hemorrhoid disease can only be cured by eliminating its symptoms. This is because the origin of hemorrhoid disease is anal pad, which belongs to the normal structure of the body and has important physiological functions. If hemorrhoids are completely cured, all anal pads need to be removed, which is bound to affect the function of anal pad to control defecation and exhaust, so as to induce more complications.
Therefore, when hemorrhoids patients need treatment at the onset of the disease, as long as they pay attention to improving the symptoms of local vascular congestion and solving the symptoms of bleeding, pain or prolapse, it is not suitable to remove too much anal pad.