The Cause Of Heartburn Hurts To The Ribs Accompanied By Bloody Bowel Movements?
my solar plexus sometimes hurts to the ribs and kadan up to the stomach and I chapter blood and every chapter comes out of the stool but it feels like something is left but doesn’t want to come out I’m afraid to force it out because it will bleed and my stool color is yellowish black ???
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There is a history of abdominal pain that is felt to the chest area, blood chapter, yellow bowel accompanied by blackness, and feeling of incomplete after bowel movements may be an inflammation of the rectal area called hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are enlarged blood vessels from the rectum to the anus. This dilation of blood vessels can occur due to increased pressure in the abdominal cavity and can be triggered by inflammation in the digestive tract. accompanying complaints can include rectal pain, rectal lumps, bleeding, black stools, incomplete bowel movements, to anemia. Maintaining general health conditions and promoting a healthy lifestyle and healthy eating patterns will help prevent complaints that you feel.
Some of the things below can increase the risk of hemorrhoid complaints, such as:
1. less consumption of fiber, vegetables, fruit and water
2. often straining when defecating
3. lifting heavy loads
4. often consume foods that are at risk of irritating the digestive tract, such as spicy foods, instant foods and foods with added ingredients that are at risk
5. prostate disorders in men
6. the process of pregnancy in women
Therefore, avoiding existing risk factors will help reduce recurrence and bleeding which increases your risk of anemia and comfort.
Apart from hemorrhoids, lin's medical condition can also cause complaints like you feel, such as:
1. a digestive infection or food poisoning
2. food allergies
3. anal fistula or abnormal channel in the anal area
4. inflammation of the colon daera
5. rectal or colon tumors
Because all of this needs to be confirmed by your doctor, you should consult directly with your surgeon. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations, and investigations needed, such as blood tests, radiology or colonoscopy. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide care and treatment. If it is due to hemorrhoids, then in mild conditions, the management of defense and life style changes will help its recovery. If the hemorrhoids are already heavy, where the lump has not returned and has lasted a long time, then surgical procedures can be considered.
For now, you should start to identify the triggering factors and start balancing your nutritional needs. Idealize body weight, and do regular exercise to help increase your stamina.
Thus the information we can convey.