Stool bleeding is the most common symptom of hemorrhoids. The bleeding situation is also different according to the type and development of hemorrhoids. Stool bleeding almost always occurs during defecation. Bleeding depends on the type and development of hemorrhoids.
Common hemorrhoids bleeding
1. Stool: after defecation with blood in the letter, when there is a small amount of red blood in the stool or letter, it is regarded as the initial stage of anal rupture or internal hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoid core is characterized by no pain, anal rupture with pain.
2. Massive bleeding. Jet bleeding immediately after defecation is considered to be a larger hemorrhoid core. The toilet is red, and the amount of bleeding seems to be very large, but it is not large in fact, and the bleeding will stop naturally soon.
The bleeding site is the workplace, so there is no pain, so there is no pain. However, if this state continues, the amount of bleeding will increase and anemia will occur frequently.
3. When blood drops fall after defecation, bright red blood drops fall on the toilet, the condition will worsen and the hemorrhoid core will become larger.
4. When there is blood on the surface of mixed blood stool, hemorrhoid core or anal rupture can be considered. When the blood is mixed with the excreta, the blood becomes thick and black, which may be bleeding from the digestive system such as the large intestine.
If so much bleeding occurs repeatedly for a long time, patients are easy to suffer from hemorrhagic anemia, which will cause serious consequences. But this is just a reference. It is dangerous to arbitrarily judge yourself as "bleeding is hemorrhoids". Fecal bleeding is not only hemorrhoids, but also many diseases other than hemorrhoids such as anal rupture, rectal prolapse, intestinal polyposis and colorectal lesions.