Swelling Of The Anus During Bowel Movements?
hello I want to ask every time I have a bowel movement my anus circle is swollen and irritated but usually returns to normal after what chapter does it include hemorrhoid symptoms
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Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are enlargement of the veins in the anal area, resulting in swelling of the anus. The enlargement will get heavier when the pressure in the patient's abdomen increases, such as when pushing or lifting heavy weights. Hemorrhoids can be triggered by stool consistency that is too hard, sitting too long, staying in the toilet too long, and lack of physical activity. Swelling of the anal area without a lump that comes out shows a mild degree of hemorrhoids. In such cases, treatment may not be necessary.
You should start working on so that the stool you pass is always soft (not liquid, not hard), so that you don't have to push excessively when you defecate. The trick, increase the consumption of fibrous foods (such as fruits and vegetables) and drink lots of water. Avoid holding bowel movements, immediately go to the toilet if you begin to feel like defecating. Delaying the urge to defecate can make the fluid in the stool absorbed, so that the stool becomes hard. Avoid sitting in a squatting position or sitting on the toilet for too long, get up immediately when you have finished defecating. Do not carry a cell phone when defecating. You should also avoid lifting weights that are too heavy. Avoid sitting too long, occasionally alternating with standing and walking for a moment. You can also do physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day. If you have lumps or blood from the rectum, you should see a doctor immediately.
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