How To Cope With Difficult CHAPTER Difficult Accompanied By Hemorrhoids?
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Constipation (constipation, difficult BAB) is the main trigger of hemorrhoids, not vice versa. However, inflamed hemorrhoids can trigger swelling around the anus, eventually blocking the passage of stool that worsens constipation. Not only that, the pain that appears when inflamed hemorrhoids can also make sufferers afraid to defecate, so that the stool will be more hardened and more difficult to remove.
Aside from the hemorrhoids, it is difficult to defecate as your father can also be triggered by a variety of other factors, such as lack of drinking, consuming less fiber, habit of holding bowel movements, lack of movement and exercise, anxiety or excessive fear, obesity, hormonal disorders, side effects of drugs , nerve disorders around the anus, and gastrointestinal obstruction due to other diseases (eg inflammation of the intestine, polyps, cancer).
To help deal with his complaints, you try to encourage your father to undergo the following tips:
Create a regular bowel schedule every day
Eat more vegetables, fruits, and whole grains that are rich in fiber
Expand also drink, especially water
Never hold a bowel movement for any reason
Expand to exercise, maintain ideal body weight
Calm yourself, do not worry or be afraid of excessive
Do not carelessly take drugs, including laxatives, without doctor's advice
However, if the constipation lasts for more than 2 weeks, if your father cannot urinate at all within 24 hours, or if fever, vomiting, flatulence, hard stomach, severe abdominal pain, and other severe complaints, you should You check your father's back to the doctor or surgeon, right? If it is pure hemorrhoids that trigger the complaint, then some medications to surgery can be recommended by the doctor so that your father's condition improves.
I hope this helps.