Hello, my doc when I work often is tired like my head tired, dizzy, dark eyes, why is it that my doctor’s disease, the disease is always bleeding out, do you still need blood?
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complaints that you experience could be due to your blood flowing so that you experience less blood which results in your current complaints, hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in the anus and lower rectum that look like varicose veins. Hemorrhoids can develop in the rectum (internal hemorrhoids) or under the skin around the anus (external hemorrhoids).
This disease that makes bowel movements painful is the most common cause of lower gastrointestinal bleeding. Swelling of the arteries initially only forms as a lump in the anus. Bleeding only occurs when the blood vessels that form these lumps rupture, usually due to increased pressure on the blood vessels, for example when straining during bowel movements. Blood usually drips after the stool comes out and is bright red. Hemorrhoids should not be allowed to drag on because they can cause serious complications in the form of anemia or extreme pain that requires surgery.
but your experience can also be caused by decreased blood pressure (hypotension) or due to lack of blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia). I suggest you immediately do a doctor's examination to get the right handler through an examination to find the cause that you are experiencing especially if you experience hemorrhoid until the blood comes out should not be controlled, even when there is a pandemic but this is an emergency symptom because it can cause blood loss You can consult a doctor by keeping a distance, using a mask and avoid direct contact and diligent hand washing.
There are several things you can do for now:
consume foods that are high in fiber sufficient for fluid intake of at least 8 glasses of water a day so that bowel movements are smooth, avoid sitting too long. Sitting too long, including the habit of reading during bowel movements, can increase pressure on the blood vessels in the anus. avoid lifting heavy objects. If you have to lift heavy objects, exhale and don't hold back when lifting heavy loads. Thus the info that I can provide hopefully can help you