Causes And Ways To Overcome A Lump In The Anus Accompanied By Bloody Chapter?
Good afternoon, I have experienced bleeding during bowel movements, there was a slight lump after bowel bleeding (but disappeared a few days after that), and also bloating and a little pain and cramps in the abdomen in the middle of the abdomen. When sick and bloated, I feel unwell (like feeling cold when the weather outside is hot). u003cbr / u003e Then I read this article in Aladokter about inflammation of the intestine, the symptoms are almost similar to what I feel, but I am still doubtful because right now my stomach hurts a little if I just press it. I want to ask, I guess I’m just hemorrhoids or have entered symptoms of colitis, huh? Then how do I deal with it so that my bowels do not bleed and the lump disappears ,? Can a healthy lifestyle and lifestyle cure it? What foods can cure hemorrhoids / inflammation of the intestine?
Hello Habibatul, Thank you for the question.
Complaints of a lump in the anus accompanied by a bloody chapter can be caused by:
hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids rectal rectal abscess anal fissure anal fissure Bowel inflammation can indeed cause complaints of bloody bowel but is generally not accompanied by a lump in the anus. Therefore, it is likely that your symptoms are not caused by inflammation of the intestine. However, the most appropriate step right now is to see a doctor directly so that the doctor can do a direct examination on you to determine the cause. Without a doctor's examination, it is difficult to ascertain the cause of the symptoms you are experiencing. Once the cause is known, the new doctor can provide treatment that is appropriate for you.
For now, you are encouraged to consume foods high in fiber (such as vegetables, fruit, nuts), multiply water consumption at least 2-3 liters per day, stay active, avoid the habit of ignoring bowel calls, and manage stress well to prevent constipation because constipation is one of the triggers for hemorrhoids. Please also keep the bookng area clean and dry.
I hope this helps.