Dispose Of The Wind Out Of Blood Accompanied By Stomach Cramps?
Hello … I am 23 years old … I was there two months ago when I was sitting there was a lump in the rectum already so if I defecated blood as soon as I went to the nearest clinic and thank God I was cured … Well after the pain and the bleeding chapter disappears, now my stomach aches and cramps and if I urinate, the blood comes out but it’s not fresh blood but the blood is dirty brown and smells like that why do you think ??? Thank you !
Hello Reny Meysa,
Lumps in the rectum can arise due to several abnormalities. One that is quite often is hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids / ambeyen. Hemorrhoids arise due to enlargement of blood vessels around the anus. Symptoms experienced by hemorrhoids patients are:
Lumps in the anus especially come out / enlarge when defecating or straining
Bleeding after bowel movements, generally in the form of fresh blood dripping at the end of the chapter
Anus, itching, or discomfort
Pinched hemorrhoids will cause extreme pain
Hemorrhoids arise due to a constant increase in pressure in the stomach for example, patients often constipate so that the bowel movements are hard and must be firmly strained, pregnant or childbearing patients, patients with chronic coughs, patients often lift heavy objects, and so on.
The diagnosis of hemorrhoids is obtained from clinical symptoms and physical examination of direct observation of the anal area and digital rectal examination. Management of hemorrhoids varies depending on the severity of hemorrhoids. Treatment for hemorrhoids patients is:
Diets high in fiber and drink lots of water
Not holding back CHAPTER
The use of drugs that are inserted into the anus to reduce complaints of pain and swelling in hemorrhoids
The use of laxatives to avoid hard stools
Surgery to cut and remove hemorrhoids
Surgery is generally done if there is a hemorrhoid pinching, there are complications of anemia due to chronic bleeding hemorrhoids, or if other therapies do not succeed in reducing the symptoms of hemorrhoids.
In addition to hemorrhoids, blood can also be caused by other disorders such as anal fissure, anal polyps, ulcerative colitis, colitis, colon cancer, and so on. Therefore, if symptoms persist, you should do a direct examination with your doctor so that you can determine the exact cause of your complaint. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.