Overcoming The Feeling Of A Lump Around The Anus During Defecation?
Hello, I am a 16 year old teenager, my family has a history of hemorrhoids, and this is the third time I have had hemorrhoids. But I found anomalies, because the stool that doesn’t come out stays in my anal area, and this causes constant discomfort and heartburn. There was a time when my chapter was smooth, but then I couldn’t stop and kept wanting to get out. i don’t feel any lumps coming out, what should i do? Thank you
Hi Diktan. Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Hemorrhoids (hemorrhoids) or what is often called hemorrhoids is a condition where there is inflammation / swelling of the veins that widen around the anus. There are two types of hemorrhoids known, namely:
Internal hemorrhoids - when the veins become swollen inside the anus, so they are not visible from the outside. This type of hemorrhoids often causes bleeding during defecation (BAB), but usually rarely causes pain External hemorrhoids - swelling of the blood vessels occurs outside the anus, often causing pain, itching or discomfort Some conditions that can increase the risk of hemorrhoids are sufferers with constipation, frequent straining during bowel movements, pregnancy and a family history of hemorrhoids, heavy lifting and chronic coughing.
Some of the symptoms that people with hemorrhoids often experience include:
Bloody bowel movements - usually the blood that comes out is fresh, bright red blood that is not mixed with feces (separate from the stool). Bleeding occurs due to the rupture of a vein when feces pass through the anal wall. Swelling and redness around the anus Pain and itching around the anus The presence of lumps outside the anus (external hemorrhoids) Tips you can do to prevent or reduce symptoms of hemorrhoids:
Change your diet by eating foods rich in fiber such as vegetables, fruits, cereals, brown rice instead of white rice and whole grains. Drink lots of water to soften the stool. If there is pain around the anus, take pain relievers such as paracetamol can relieve symptoms or antihemorrhoid topical / tablet to reduce complaints and soften the stool that is sold freely in pharmacies Regular exercise Do not delay defecating, so that the stool does not become harder and drier due to re-absorption of water from the large intestine. is in addition to reducing / eliminating lumps, also eliminating risk factors and changing lifestyle so that the chance of hemorrhoids coming back can be minimized / avoided.
Hemorrhoid management is carried out based on the severity and condition of the existing hemorrhoids. Treatment starts from administering antihemoroid drugs in the form of topical drugs, tablets or suppositories which aim to reduce symptoms and soften the stool. Handling can also be done in non-operative ways, such as rubber band ligation, which is by tying an elastic band to the hemorrhoids so that the hemorrhoids experience death, so that the hemorrhoids will come off by themselves. If the methods above do not work, or the hemorrhoids are of severe severity, then surgery is an option.
Because hemorrhoids need to be treated properly and correctly, you should consult directly with a doctor so that you can do a physical examination and examination of the drain. Immediately make a visit to the doctor, especially if you experience conditions like the following:
Bleeding occurs during CHAPTER Severe pain around the anus. The presence of lumps in the anus. Self-medication does not produce results. Symptoms of anemia such as dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea and even fainting Black stools may be useful. Best regards, Dr. Shirly