After A Cesarean Section, Buttocks Ache And Bloody Chapter, Is That A Hemorrhoid Symptom?
Hello, So, like this, when I was 5 months pregnant, a few times the anus came out fresh blood, but I did not feel the slightest pain, I thought that only the effects of my womb were getting bigger, so there was pressure in certain blood vessels, Long story short, 4 months later I gave birth by caesarean section, but after that my buttocks felt swollen, burning, and it hurt so much to sit down, I thought again “Ah maybe the effects of the drug yesterday” but how come so long ago, until my child was a month old I’m still feeling a little sick to sit, sometimes even so, and my bowel was like mixed with blood, Doctor, I’m afraid this is a hemorrhoid symptom, or it’s already stage 1, what should I do, please explain in more detail, solution, or maybe what medication should I consume to heal completely, Thank you if the doctor is willing to answer my question, Thank you …
Hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are dilation of blood vessels in the area around the anus and rectum which can cause some symptoms such as itching and pain around the anus, chapters with blood dripping and fresh red, can be accompanied by lumps depending on the severity of hemorrhoids and other symptoms. The causes of hemorrhoids themselves vary where pregnancy can also be the cause where blood pressure vessels in the area around the pelvis, other than that other conditions such as constipation, long cough, often sitting for a long time, often lifting heavy loads can be the cause.
Handling hemorrhoids can be done according to the severity of hemorrhoids. In mild degrees (degrees 1 and 2) treatment is done by changing the pattern of life so that hemorrhoids do not weigh. Further treatment can also be given topical drugs and drugs to relieve symptoms that arise. Other hemorrhoids that can be done is non-surgical treatment such as injection of sclerotherapy, hemorrhoidal ligation or other techniques. In more severe cases, hemorrhoidal surgery is the choice.
For that, make changes to your lifestyle by avoiding straining, especially if it is difficult to defecate, increase fiber intake by eating vegetables and fruits, drinking lots of water, avoiding activities that can be a trigger such as lifting weights, sitting too long, and exercising routinely.
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