Overcoming Difficult CHAPTER Until The Anus Feels Sore?
Sorry before, I was asked permission to ask. Doctors, this week I have had difficulty defecating because of eating guava. Tuesday I eat guava and can only defecate Thursday and because of that they will be difficult to remove my stools as a result my anus is sick and sore. Until today it still feels sore. I defecated for a week only 3 times and it made my anus still sore and sore. I truly apologize if I made the doctor uncomfortable and seemed disrespectful to the doctor with my complaint. I hope the doctor can help me
Hello Ritwa, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Actually there is no normal frequency in chapter several factors such as intestinal performance, diet, etc. can affect the frequency of bowel movements themselves. People can CHAPTER 1-3 times a day up to 3 times a week. Usually someone will consider his chapter is not normal if there is a change in the frequency from normal, to changes in the stool / feces. It says a constipation if the bowel movement is less than 3 times / week.
Responding to the story that you convey some of the possibilities that you experience that make it difficult to defecate, the anus feels pain, and the frequency of defecation can occur due to several factors as follows:
There is a change in the consistency of your stool / stool to become harder. Causing injury to the tip of the digestive tract, namely the anus.
You have hemorrhoids / ambeyen.
Inflamatory Bowel disease / inflammation of the intestine.
To be able to distinguish some of the above possibilities you can consult directly by a doctor. You should add some information such as whether there is a lump in the anus, whether the bowel is accompanied by blood / mucus, if there is a change in stool consistency, etc. some of these may be asked by the doctor who examined you.
At the moment some of the things you can do are as follows:
Increase consumption of vegetables and fruits.
Drink plenty of water and prevent dehydration.
Get enough rest, and avoid stress.
I don't think you need to worry too much first, reevaluate your complaint. If it gets worse you can consult a doctor directly.
That's all my answer, thank you very much :)