2021年11月25日星期四

How should haemorrhoid haemorrhage do?

Stool bleeding is the most common symptom of hemorrhoids. The bleeding status is different in different types and development degrees of hemorrhoids. Stool bleeding almost always occurs during defecation. The status of bleeding varies according to different types of hemorrhoids and different degrees of development.

Four common hemorrhoids bleeding conditions

1. Feces, toilet paper with blood, stool or toilet paper with a small amount of red blood after defecation can be considered as the initial stage of anal fissure or internal hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoid nucleus is characterized by no pain, anal fissure with pain.

2. Violent bleeding, jet bleeding shortly after defecation, can be considered as a larger internal hemorrhoid nucleus. The toilet is dyed red. It looks like there is a lot of bleeding, but it's not really big. The bleeding will stop naturally immediately.

The bleeding site is in the rectum, so there is no pain. But in this state, if you continue to endure, the amount of bleeding will increase, which will cause anemia.

3. Blood drops after defecation. When there are bright red blood drops in the toilet, it can be considered that the disease has developed and the internal hemorrhoid nucleus has increased.

4. When there is blood on the surface of mixed blood stool, it can be considered as hemorrhoids or anal fissure. If the blood is mixed in the stool and the blood is sticky and black, it can be suspected of bleeding from digestive organs such as the large intestine.

If such a large number of repeated bleeding for a long time, the patient is more prone to hemorrhagic anemia, resulting in more serious consequences. But this is for reference only. "Bleeding is hemorrhoids" is dangerous to judge at will. Stool bleeding is not only hemorrhoids, but also many diseases, such as anal fissure, rectal prolapse, intestinal polyps, colorectal lesions and so on.

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