Appropriate Treatment Of Stage 3 Hemorrhoids For 1 Month?
I have often visited the doctor and given medicine but until now there is no change in the doc. What is good for me doc? Please reply …
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Hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids) is a disease that occurs when veins in the anus or rectum distal swell. The cause is usually related to increased pressure around the anus and rectum, for example due to constipation (constipation), chronic diarrhea, coughing or excessive vomiting, obesity, pregnancy, and so on. Clinically, hemorrhoids can be classified into several stages, namely:
Stage 1: sufferers do not experience other complaints besides fresh bleeding during bowel movements
Stage 2: the patient experiences fresh bleeding when bowel movements are accompanied by a lump in the anus that can enter spontaneously
Stage 3: patients experience fresh bleeding when the bowel is accompanied by a lump in the anus that cannot enter spontaneously, but can be inserted manually, for example with a finger (reponible)
Stage 4: the patient experiences fresh bleeding when the bowel is accompanied by a lump in the anus that cannot enter back, even though it has been manually repositioned (irreponible)
Depending on the stage and general condition of the patient, treatment for hemorrhoids can be done with a variety. But generally, if the hemorrhoids that you experience have reached stage 3, then this condition can no longer be overcome simply by consuming drugs. You need to consult directly with a specialist digestive surgeon to find the best solution. Frequently, your doctor will recommend that you undergo surgery to prevent more serious complications, such as incarceration, or tissue death from hemorrhoids that are swollen and are stuck in the anal canal.
In the meantime, you should avoid things that can worsen hemorrhoids, for example by not lifting weights that are too heavy, do not sit too long, drink more, multiply to eat foods rich in fiber, and do not make it a habit to hold back the desire to defecate. Not only that, also avoid taking any anti-hemorrhoid medication without the advice of a doctor.
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