Travel Far In Patients With Stage 2 Hemorrhoids Is It Safe?
, I suffer from hemorrhoid about stage 2. I will travel far using the train around 8 hours is it safe?
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Hemorrhoid occurs when blood vessels in the anus or lower rectum are swollen. The cause is usually associated with increased pressure around the anus and rectum, for example due to constipation (constipation), chronic diarrhea, coughing or vomiting repeatedly, pregnancy, obesity, too much sitting, to the habit of having anal sex. Based on the type and symptoms, hemorrhoid is categorized into several degrees. If what you experience is classified as 2nd degree, then generally this condition can still be treated with conservative treatment, for example by:
Increase your intake of fiber and water so that CHAPTER is smoother Do not get used to resist the urge to CHAPTER Do not have anal sex Maintain ideal body weight, do not get too fat If you experience constipation, diarrhea, cough, or vomiting that does not heal, check yourself directly to the doctor with your question, there is no specific prohibition for hemorrhoid sufferers to travel long distances for up to 8 hours. However, to help minimize the pressure around your anus and rectum, we recommend that you have the most comfortable sitting position, which is not too bend, and also use a base that is not too hard. Interlude your sitting with the occasional stand or walk. You can also, you lift your legs up to help stretch the area of your buttocks and groin. Also wear comfortable clothes and footwear, and don't forget to drink lots. If you often feel pain in the area of your buttocks due to hemorrhoid, you can be on guard by bringing painkillers, for example those containing paracetamol.
If after traveling you feel a complaint related to your hemorrhoid, do not delay checking yourself directly to the doctor or surgeon huh. If necessary, to prevent the risk of further complications, the doctor can give you several types of drugs or also recommend that you undergo surgery.
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