Herbal Remedies For Anal Pain During Bowel Movements?
my anus has pain when going to Chapter and feels pain, what is the herbal medicine?
Hello, good afternoon Kiki.
Causes of pain in the anus when defecating can be:
hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids, namely enlargement and inflammation of the veins in the anal area. This condition can be triggered by defecation in the form of constipation, strong straining during childbirth, and frequent lifting of heavy weights. Apart from pain in the anus during bowel movements, hemorrhoids can also be experienced with bowel complaints accompanied by fresh red blood due to tearing of the blood vessels around the anus.
anal fissure, which is a small tear in the skin around the anus. The trigger is the habit of hard and large bowel movements that injure the skin around the anus. Anal pain in this condition is in the form of sharp pain like a knife cut and over time will turn into dull pain. Chapter with blood can also be complained of in this condition
perianal abscess, which is a pocket of pus around the anus that occurs as a result of infection of the small glands in the anal wall. The pain feels very heavy, like stabbing, accompanied by discharge of pus from the anus, to fever.
ani fistula, which is an abnormal duct in the skin around the anus that connects to the end of the intestine (rectum). Anal pain in this condition feels throbbing and worsens when sitting, there is swelling & redness of the anus, until there is pus due to infection.
gastrointestinal inflammatory disease (IBD)
To be able to find out the most appropriate treatment and treatment for you, you need to establish a diagnosis first. We cannot make a diagnosis if we do not investigate complaints in detail and do not do a direct physical examination. Therefore, we highly recommend that you check with your doctor first so that you can find a diagnosis of your complaint. After the diagnosis is known, then the drugs and treatment measures are adjusted.
While waiting for your schedule to see a doctor, you can take some of our suggestions to help relieve complaints:
consumption of 2-2.5 liters of water per day (about 8-10 glasses a day)
consumption of vegetables every day
avoid spicy food
Rinse the anal area with soap and clean water after every bowel movement
avoid straining too hard when defecating
taking over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol can help
I hope this helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa