How To Deal With Hemorrhoids That Are Starting To Enlarge?
Hello … r nI want to ask, yesterday I had hemorrhoids, at that time the hemorrhoids can still slide and can go inside, r nNow the hemorrhoids are enlarged, and do not want to go inside, it feels sore and itchy, but there is no bleeding, how do I deal with it well, and what doctor’s medicine can I use, the problem is that there is a drug that recommends ambeven and there is no influence at all … r nThank you ..
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Hemorrhoids are conditions of dilation of veins in the anus. Perceived symptoms include:
- Bleeding at the time of the chapter red blood is fresh red and dripping out of the anus
- Lumping during bowel movements. At first it can re-enter spontaneously after a bowel movement, but then it must be manually entered with a finger and finally it cannot be inserted again.
- Mucus removal mixed with bowel movements
- Irritation in the skin area around the anus
- Symptoms of anemia (dizziness, weakness, pale)
Hemorrhoids that can no longer be manually reinserted belong to degree 4 internal hemorrhoids. Management of hemorrhoids consists of changing dietary patterns, medications, and surgery. All degrees of hemorrhoids must be changed in dietary patterns in addition to other treatments according to medical indications.
Changes in dietary patterns include these changes in eating & drinking patterns, as well as bowel patterns. Improved bowel patterns consist of diet, fluids, extra fiber, stool softeners, and changes in bowel behavior.
To correct defecation it is recommended to use a squat position during defecation, drink a lot of 2-3 liters / day to soften the stool, eat lots of fiber including fruits, vegetables, cereals, and fiber supplements or stool softeners. Specific drugs used to treat hemorrhoids aim to stop bleeding, reduce complaints of itching and inflammation, reduce the degree of hemorrhoids, and prevent hemorrhoidal attacks.
Treatment with surgery can be minimally invasive therapy (sclerotherapy, rubber band) or conventional surgery according to the doctor's judgment based on symptoms and physical examination.
Make further consultations with a doctor for further examination and therapy.
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