The Outside Of The Anus Like Swelling And Bruising After Bowel Movements?
HealthReplies.com … I am am 27 years old … want to ask … my wife finished defecating … a bit hard and big … when finished … kog around the outer anal circle there is something like swelling (bruises) ) … but it’s not a lump like hemorrhoids … why is that ??
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The swelling condition is the body's reaction to an inflammation that can be caused by an injury / trauma. Swelling in the anus can also be caused due to an inflammatory reaction due to trauma. The trauma must occur directly on the anus in order to cause an inflammatory reaction in the anus, for example there is something hard that hit the anus when it fell down. Swelling due to inflammatory reactions is normal. In addition to swelling, other inflammatory reactions include reddish or bluish skin, feel warm, and pain. However, complaints of swelling in the anus can also be caused by other conditions, including:
hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids: This condition occurs due to increased pressure in the blood vessels around the anus, giving rise to swelling that looks like a lump. Triggers for hemorrhoids include the habit of pushing for too long during bowel movements, being overweight, the habit of lifting heavy weights or sitting too long. anal abscess: the appearance of pus-filled lumps and swelling around the anus. Generally, the lump resembles a blister wound, feels warm and red in color. In addition, anal abscesses can also cause symptoms in the form of throbbing pain in the area around the anus (especially felt when sitting) and bleeding from the rectum. rectal prolapse: A condition in which part or all of the rectal wall comes out of its original location, and attaches around the anus. you should immediately take your wife to the doctor, especially if a lump in the rectum occurs protracted and cause discomfort. The doctor will conduct an examination to determine the cause, and provide appropriate treatment to deal with complaints of lumps in the rectum experienced by your wife.
There are several things you can do at home
Consume enough water at least 8-12 glasses a day to eat lots of fibrous foods such as dark vegetables, fruits and nuts not to hold bowel movements to avoid squeezing or pressing the lump so this is the info I can give
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