As soon as he came to the anorectal clinic, Xiao Zuo said he had hemorrhoids. After the receiving doctor Yi Kejun understood the situation, he made a detailed examination for Xiao Zuo. The examination results showed that Xiao Zuo suffered from anal papilla hypertrophy, not hemorrhoids. Yi Kejun introduced that anal papilla hypertrophy, also known as anal papilloma or papillary fibroma, refers to the increase and hardening of anal papilla due to the long-term stimulation of feces and chronic inflammation. It is a common benign tumor of anus. The common clinical manifestations of anal papilla hypertrophy are as follows.
1. Feeling of endless defecation
After defecation, the patient still has excreta left in the anus and feels falling, which is the feeling of endless defecation. Some female patients feel more strongly during menstruation.
2. Anal discomfort
Patients with anal itching, swelling, pain, and sometimes inflammation.
3. Anal pruritus
Anal papillomas repeatedly fall out of the anus during defecation, and the anus is rubbed, resulting in inflammation, resulting in the outflow of anal secretions, stimulating perianal skin and causing pruritus.
4. Bleeding and pain
When the excreta is dry and hard, it will rub or scratch the anus. Sometimes there is blood in the stool. In serious cases, there will be blood dripping.
The volume of anal papilla becomes larger. When it comes out of the anus and cannot be pushed back into the anus in time, it is easy to cause incarceration, resulting in swelling, pain and restlessness in the anus.
Changsha Dongda anorectal Hospital reminds that the prolapse of small flesh pimples at the anal mouth is not necessarily hemorrhoids. It may also be other anorectal diseases, such as anal nipple hypertrophy. Different treatment methods for anorectal diseases are different. Therefore, we should not treat hemorrhoids blindly, so as not to delay or aggravate the condition. It is wise to go to a regular hospital in time to find out the cause and treat the symptoms.More recommended