Management Of Anal Lumps Accompanied By Pain During Bowel Movements?
Hello, I’m a 27-year-old woman who hasn’t been married yet, I’m suffering from hemorrhoid, it’s been a while, but I just found out if it’s ambeyen, there is a lump in my groin, and pain when CHAPTER nThe size is small, is the path one by one Is it just operation? Then I don’t mind, does that have anything to do with ambeyen huh? R n r nThank you for the answer
Good evening, thanks for the question
Management of hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids consists of medical and surgical treatment. Medical treatment consists of changing dietary patterns, medications, or minimally invasive measures (ligation, sclerotherapy).
Medical management of hemorrhoids is indicated for grade I - III internal hemorrhoids (lumps that can still enter spontaneously or with the help of a finger). While the surgical procedure is aimed at grade IV internal hemorrhoids (lumps already outside the anus and cannot be reinserted) and external hemorrhoids (lumps outside the anus), or all degrees of hemorrhoids that do not respond to medical treatment.
Handling with changes in lifestyle includes these changes in eating & drinking patterns, as well as BAB patterns. Improvement of bowel pattern consists of diet, fluids, extra fiber, fecal lubrication, and changes in bowel behavior.
To correct defecation it is recommended to use a squatting position (squatting) during defecation. Patients are required to drink a lot of 2-3 liters / day to soften the stool. Patients need to eat a lot of fiber including fruits, vegetables, cereals.
Medications to treat hemorrhoids aim to improve bowel movements, relieve complaints, stop bleeding, prevent complaints and symptoms. To improve defecation can be given fiber supplements or stool softeners. To reduce complaints of itching, pain, or due to skin damage in the anal area, anti-inflammatory drugs that also contain lubricants, vasoconstrictors, and weak antiseptics can be given. To stop the bleeding and prevent hemorrhoidal attacks can be given drugs containing bioflavonoids which have been proven in research to reduce the degree of hemorrhoids.
Before deciding on the appropriate treatment, the doctor needs to evaluate the symptoms and further physical examination to determine the type and degree of hemorrhoids. If it is still in the degree I-III then it is still possible non-surgical therapy with drugs as previously described. However, if you have entered stage IV or classified as external hemorrhoids that cause very painful complaints, the best therapy is surgery. For any complaints, it can also be related to the condition of hemorrhoids so that further assessment is needed.
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