The Cause Of Children 3 Years Chapters Of Fresh Blood Accompanied By Blood Clots?
, my son is a boy of 3 years old, a few weeks ago CHAPTER fresh blood (separate / not stuck to the stool) such as hemorrhoid that started with hard BAB, I have brought it to the hospital when the pediatrician is only an infection due to hard chapter, but the chapter still has blood even a little (netes) for 3 days. Already walking 2 Weeks more CHAPTER normal but today the CHAPTER has fresh blood again and there is even a little blood clot. And my child in every chapter never complained of pain or holding his stomach (he was cool to play water). My question, is this hemorrhoid? (Because I have hemorrhoidal descent). Does hemorrhoid also have blood clots (such as menstruation)? Can hemorrhoids often defecate blood (within 1 month)? Thank you ,,
Hello Putrie, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
The possibility of the cause of bloody chapter in children is basically quite different from what happens in adults. Please note that especially for hemorrhoidal disease, this is very rare in children (generally only appearing as a teenager) and this disease is not a hereditary disease. Hemorrhoid disease itself is generally caused by a bad lifestyle.
For complaints that are felt by your child, this can be caused by:
Anal wounds (anal fissure)
Bacterial infection of the intestine
Polyps of the large intestine
Lower gastrointestinal bleeding
Because this complaint has been felt before and has not improved, it is highly recommended that you take your child to a pediatrician for further examination. The doctor may suggest doing several tests to determine the cause and also your child's condition such as blood tests, stool examinations, and other examinations in accordance with the doctor's consideration. After knowing the cause, then it can be determined what therapy will be given and if necessary, your child may be consulted with other specialist doctors in accordance with the cause of the complaint.
For the time being there is no better recommendation than to immediately bring your child to the doctor for examination, especially if bleeding occurs continuously and in sufficient quantities because it can cause your child to experience anemia. It is also recommended to increase the consumption of vegetables, fruit and water for your child to help expedite his bowel movements. If the complaint is accompanied by severe abdominal pain, body weakness or dizziness, immediately take your child to the hospital emergency room for help.
I hope this helps.