The Cause Of Difficult Bowel Movements And Feces Accompanied By Blood When He Was Experiencing Dengue Fever
Yesterday I was treated at 6 days in the hospital because of dbd, when I came home, my platelet condition was not normal, it was still 78,000, my chapter was really hard, at the end, it didn’t come out “and when I wanted to flush, there was blood mixed with water. What’s that? I don’t know if it’s blood from my pee or from the chapter (the position here is also not coming out yet, or is this because of dbd?
Originally posted 2020-04-16 11:38:06.
Hello Sherlin, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer your question.
I will immediately respond to the complaint that you submit, namely bloody chapter. What you should pay attention to from the chapter bleeding itself is the volume of bleeding, the color of the blood / stool, and other complaints that arise such as a lump in the anus, pain, etc. So the doctor will easily identify the problem that happened to you. Some of my guesses about your condition include:
Because you complain of difficulty defecating / hard stools, there is injury to your anus, resulting in spots of fresh blood.
In addition, with complaints of difficulty defecating, you push too hard causing hemorrhoids / ambeyen, usually dripping blood, and fresh, accompanied by pain.
You only convey a history of dengue fever, your platelets when you go home, without mentioning the details of your treatment such as how many days of treatment, and previous platelets. But I can conclude that the doctor will allow you to go home because your platelets have gradually increased, but in DHF, gastrointestinal bleeding often occurs, the blood is usually a bit dark or blackish due to mixed stomach acid.
To ensure that some of the above possibilities require a direct examination by the doctor again, you can visit the clinic or health center to ask your condition. The doctor will carry out a detailed examination to confirm the diagnosis, and if suspicion is still dropping your platelets, the doctor will do a blood check. Right now what you can do is:
Get enough rest.
Start a mild to moderate activity, such as mild exercise because the condition of rest for too long can cause intestinal work is hampered, with the presence of intestinal activity will work normally again.
Eat lots of fruits, and to soften the stool.
Avoid pushing too hard.
Chapter squatting can help improve digestion.
Water consumption is only 2 - 2.5L per day.
That's all my answer, thank you very much :)