Medication For Lumps In The Anus.?
Good evening, mf I want to ask you, Agnes, 19 years old, I have an anus lump, and the lump sometimes comes out when the bowel is sick or when the bowel repeatedly, what kind of illness is that? And how to treat it?
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There are several diseases that can cause symptoms of lumps in the anus that come out during bowel movements:
External hemorrhoids, or often called hemorrhoids, are intestinal mucosa in the form of lumps out due to irritation that often recurs in the intestine. Colon tumor, is an uncontrolled cell growth in the large intestine. Condyloma akuminata, is a skin disorder caused by the Human Papilloma virus. These diseases have additional symptoms that are different, and different causes. Therefore, a more complete examination is needed to be able to confirm the diagnosis in your case. Generally, the doctor will perform an examination by looking at the type of lump, palpating, and if deemed necessary to examine the inside of your anus, with an examination called a rectal touche. Although the patient will feel a little uncomfortable, this examination is necessary for diagnosis, so that appropriate treatment can be given.
Treatment for these diseases depends on the cause. In the case of hemorrhoids, the therapy given is adjusted to the severity of the disease. Generally, if the lump can still reenter without the help of a finger, it is categorized as grade II hemorrhoids, which do not require operative action, but can improve with changes in lifestyle and medication. In grade IV hemorrhoids, when the lump has come out and cannot be reinserted even with help, it cannot be improved only with medication, so surgery must be performed to remove the lump.
The things you can do right now are:
Consume lots of foods high in fiber, such as vegetables and fruits. Drink plenty of water (at least 2 L per day). Do not strain too hard when defecating Does not hold back or prolong the time. Chapter If the pain interferes with your activities or rest, you can consume over-the-counter anti-pain medication (green logo) with the rules of use as stated in the package. If symptoms persist, I recommend that you see a surgeon, for further examination, and appropriate treatment.
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