The Anus Feels Hot And Painful When Defecating With Discomfort During Bowel Movements?
hello, I’m a 21 year old man, I’ve been feeling strange symptoms in the rectum and anus for 4 days, at first I held my bowel movements for a few minutes, after that I defecated by pushing too hard, the next day when I wanted to defecate, the anus felt sore as if it was gone eat chillies, next the anus, I go to Pnas if I have been standing for a long time or even sitting down, when I have a bowel movement I feel pnas, but it doesn’t come out of blood, when I check the anus, I don’t feel a lump, but when sitting or standing it feels like something is wrong even though it’s not too late Krasa, prih rsa prih and pnas in the anus also because it doesn’t go away, the anus when I defecate feels flimsy for the left side, it feels like there is one part that is getting stuck, what are the symptoms that I feel are hemorrhoids? mhon the help
Hemorrhoids or commonly called hemorrhoids are a condition in which there is a widening of the blood vessels behind the anal area. From the situation you experience, feeling hot and painful when defecating accompanied by discomfort during bowel movements may be an early sign of hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids often occur in people who have the habit of excessive straining during defecation, frequent lifting of heavy objects, consumption of alcohol and cigarettes. Hemorrhoids in the early stages can cause symptoms such as burning sensation when defecating, feeling sore when defecating, and accompanied by dripping blood. Then over time it can cause lumps to appear.
But maybe the condition you are experiencing is just irritation in the anal area. Irritation of the anal area can occur when you have hard bowel movements and excessive straining. Irritation of the anal area can also cause a burning sensation when defecating, feeling hot.
Several other causes that can cause your condition such as:
Abscess of the anal area
Inflammation of the rectum
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should check with your doctor directly, so that the doctor can check your condition directly and provide the right therapy.
It is recommended that you don't overdo it. drink enough water, consume enough vegetables and fruit so that BAb is not hard. do not eat foods that are too acidic and spicy.
the following article that you can read about hemorrhoids
hopefully useful, thank you