People often say, "nine hemorrhoids in ten" to show how high the prevalence of hemorrhoids is. The 25-year-old man who lives in Changsha is a "lucky man". As early as a year ago, his hemorrhoids had blood in his stool, but he only bled during defecation, so he didn't care. But not long ago, the boy suddenly fainted while going to the toilet and was taken to the hospital by his family.
After the doctor's examination, it was found that the man had severe anemia. The reason was that he had hemorrhoids and was bleeding all the time. Through the doctor's treatment, the man has recovered from shock, but the doctor infers that if hemorrhoids bleeding' target='_blank'>hemorrhoids bleeding is not treated, shock may still occur in the future.
So the doctor decided to give the man surgery in time. The small operation of hemorrhoids was very fast and ended in less than 10 minutes. After the operation, the man's Hemorrhoid bleeding has disappeared. Although there is still anal distension, it is no big problem. On the third day after the operation, the patient has been successfully discharged from the hospital.
Through the case described above, you may find that the man only suffered from hemorrhoids, but because of repeated bleeding, he led to severe anemia. If so, you can raise your hand in the comment area and let me see how many people there are. Let's talk about hemorrhoids bleeding' target='_blank'>hemorrhoids bleeding.
In fact, the disease is mainly prominent anal pad, in which there are more blood vessels. After suffering from the disease, bleeding is very common, so many hemorrhoids patients don't think so. However, the existence of hemorrhoids will hinder the excretion of stool. In addition, there are bad behaviors in life, such as drinking, eating chili, sitting for a long time, etc. It may make the blood vessels in this part congested.
Due to the change of people's posture at work and the need for forced defecation, the abdominal pressure in the human body increases, resulting in bloody stool. Usually, the bleeding caused by the disease, the blood color is bright red, may be adsorbed on the surface of the stool, may also drip during defecation, or stick to the paper when wiping the buttocks.
However, if the patient belongs to internal hemorrhoids, jet bleeding will generally occur. After defecation, the abdominal pressure will return to normal. At this time, the bleeding will slowly stop. If the patient's condition is more serious, there may be continuous dripping blood donation or spraying a lot of blood.
For the vast majority of people with hemorrhoids, only a small amount of bleeding will occur each time they defecate, and only a few cases may have a large amount of bleeding. So some people think that the bleeding volume of hemorrhoids is not exaggerated at all. But we should know that hemorrhoids cause' target='_blank'>hemorrhoids cause bleeding, usually persistent, if we suffer from hemorrhoids after a long time without treatment. At this time, the problem of hemorrhagic anemia will occur because of the loss of blood for a long time.
Generally, clinically, many patients with hemorrhoids have appeared pale, dizziness, fatigue and other manifestations, which has shown that the body has the problem of anemia. But if you still don't pay attention to it at this time, it is likely to develop into a similar situation for men in the case at the beginning of the article, that is, shock after bleeding.
When the patient first has the problem of anemia, the physical performance is not obvious, so many people will not pay attention to it. Even if some people find it, they will feel that anemia is not serious and choose to ignore it. But in fact, it is not only serious anemia that will affect physical health. Continuous emotional anemia will have a great impact on the body.
The disease refers to the reduction of blood volume in the body, and there is sufficient oxygen and nutrients in the blood. If it is anemia, it will lead to the reduction of blood supply and support of organs, and then it may cause a series of effects. When the nervous system is affected, the function of the central nervous system may be limited. At this time, patients may have dizziness and headache, and more serious patients may have memory loss and inattention.
In addition, if respiratory organs are affected, patients may have chest tightness and shortness of breath, and slightly more serious patients may have frequent palpitations. In addition, at this time, the patient's heart is usually overloaded. In the long run, it may induce anemic heart disease, which is not conducive to the patient's health.