Treatment Of Hemorrhoids Through The Anus?
, I’m rose. I have hemorrhoids but they don’t hurt and don’t bleed.. yesterday I checked at the clinic and then gave the medicine to put into the anus, gth, my question. It’s okay to put the medicine in, even though my hemorrhoids don’t hurt or bleed. thnks
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Hemorrhoids symptoms can vary depending on the location of the disorder and the degree of severity. Symptoms of hemorrhoids can be bloody stools, discomfort in the anus (itching, lump, soreness, pain), until a lump appears in the anus which can be intermittent or appear continuously when inflamed.
Although the clinical appearance can be different, the underlying mechanism is actually the same, namely due to swelling of the veins in the wall of the anus or lower rectum. Because the mechanism is the same, the handling is not much different. The definitive treatment for hemorrhoids is actually surgery. This operation can be performed using several techniques, including hemorrhoidectomy, hemorrhoidal artery ligation, or stapled hemorrhoidopexy.
However, many sufferers already experience their own fear of hearing the word "surgery". Therefore, in cases of hemorrhoids whose degree is still mild, conservative treatment is often carried out first, namely in the form of giving anti-hemorrhoid drugs, including one that is inserted into the anus. Even if you do not experience painful and bleeding bowel movements, you need to do this therapy to shrink your hemorrhoids and prevent inflammation.
In addition, you also need to make lifestyle modifications to prevent the development of hemorrhoids from becoming more severe. Some of the following tips you can do:
Increase consumption of fiber and drink water to prevent constipation Maintain ideal body weight, avoid obesity Reduce heavy lifting Avoid the habit of holding back the urge to defecate Avoid anal sex If hemorrhoids do not improve with medical treatment and the above efforts, you should consult a surgeon immediately in order to get further treatment yes..
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah