Hemorrhoids Surgery Scars?
I have been in hemorrhoids for 1 month but the surgery is still red but it is dry and doesn’t hurt, can I escape health because the surgery is still red, please answer
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are conditions of swelling of blood vessels in the anal or rectal area (the end of the digestive tract) that occur due to various triggers, such as lifting heavy loads, sitting for too long, not drinking, pushing too hard, coughing and sneezing for too long, and consume less fiber. When this condition occurs, the symptoms that will arise are that there are lumps when sitting, a lump out of the anus, bleeding and slimy stool, as well as pain.
Regarding your question, a medical test that requires the applicant to not have hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids is a type of work that is likely to have a risk to worsen the condition of the hemorrhoids if they still exist. For example a military school, where there may be a lot of strenuous activities to do, which if the hemorrhoids are still present, the condition may get worse.
So with your current condition that has been operated on, it should no longer be a problem even though maybe the recovery is still not perfect, because the important thing is that the hemorrhoids are gone. Although this does not rule out the possibility for hemorrhoids to occur again in the future, what is important for the recipient agency is that the hemorrhoids are not present at the time of admission. So again, it should be no problem. However, the decision was again outside our authority. If the agency where you apply for it adds a condition that the hemorrhoids must be completely recovered then can be accepted, then that is their right. So for more certain, you should ask directly to the relevant agencies. So, hopefully answering your question.