Around The Anus Feels Pain In The History Of Hemorrhoids Surgery?
Hello, I want a consultation. I had an external hemorrhoid surgery first because there was a lump on the anal lips that felt itchy, sore. Now, my anus hurts but there are no lumps and when I poop it doesn’t feel as painful as before. Only when I touch around the anal lips, there are muscles that harden and when I touch and press it hurts. Can be touched from the outside without having to insert a finger into the anus. Is that hemorrhoids?
Good morning, thanks for the question
Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are dilations of veins around the anus. Perceived symptoms include:
- Bleeding at the time of the chapter red blood is fresh red. Blood can trickle out of the anus some time after bowel movements.
- Prolapse of a mass during defecation. This mass can initially return spontaneously after defecation, but then must be entered manually and eventually it cannot be added again.
- Mucus removal
- irritation in the perianal skin area
- Symptoms of anemia (such as dizziness, weakness, pale)
Risk factors for developing hemorrhoids:
2. Weak walls of blood vessels
3. Pregnant woman
5. Consumption of foods low in fiber
6. Increased pressure in the stomach due to chronic cough or straining frequently
Internal hemorrhoids at an early stage are dilated veins that are soft and easily collapse so that they cannot be detected by examination. After the hemorrhoids last a long time and have prolapsed, the connective tissue undergoes fibrosis or squeezing so that the hemorrhoids can be touched when the fingers touch around the lower rectum.
You should consult with your doctor so that you can do a physical examination for the possibility of internal hemorrhage or even other possibilities such as anal fissure, polyps, or infection conditions.
While prevention of hemorrhoids can be done by:
1. Consumption of 25-30 grams of fiber per day.
2. Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day.
3. Changing bowel habits. Hurry up to the bathroom when you feel you are going to defecate.
4. Avoid straining.
That's all, hope you can help
Wassalam, Dr. Farah