For Bleeding Hemorrhoids?
My hemorrhoid broke, it’s not been stopped This day. What is the solution …
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What do you mean by ruptured hemorrhoid is bleeding from your anus?
In most cases, hemorrhoid rupture (also known as hemorrhoidal rupture) will only give symptoms in the form of light bleeding during bowel movements or after bowel movements. This bleeding usually stops on its own and does not flow continuously.
If the symptom you feel is bleeding that flows continuously in large amounts, then you should immediately see a doctor. Large amounts of bleeding from the anus require further examination to determine whether the bleeding only occurs from hemorrhoids alone or comes from the upper gastrointestinal tract (eg bleeding from the large intestine). If the bleeding you are experiencing is only a little bit, but it continues to happen, then you can try to apply pressure to your anal area by using clean gauze and applying a cold compress to your anal area. If after doing this the bleeding continues, go to the doctor immediately.
If the bleeding is successfully stopped, then you can do the following things to treat the symptoms that arise from your hemorrhoids and prevent recurrent hemorrhoidal ruptures:
Increase consumption of fibrous foods and drink lots of water (at least 2-3 liters a day) Reduce consumption of sugar, meat and fatty foods, and reduce drinking alcohol and caffeinated drinks Increase exercise and physical activity Avoid sitting too long Don't hold back the urge to defecate Do it sitz bath, which is soaking your anus in warm water for 10-15 minutes 2-3 times a day. Sitz baths can improve blood circulation to the anal area, reduce swelling of hemorrhoids, and relieve pain. If you are constipated and have difficulty passing stools, you can use stool softeners or laxatives such as lactulose or magnesium salts to avoid straining too hard during bowel movements.
Here is an article that you can read about hemorrhoids
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