Why After 2 Weeks Of Difficult Bowel Movements, Suddenly Came Out A Small Lump In The Anus?
Assallamuallaikum my name is 16 years … 2 weeks I had a hard time making a chapter … If only a little came out, it fit my stomach like skit … Then suddenly came out a small lump in my anus … I’ve tried using microlak I still come out, but only a little … I have been having a hard time for a long time
Hello Tatak, thank you for using HealthReplies.com.
Swelling or lumps that occur outside the anus are called external hemorrhoids. This disease can be caused by several conditions, one of which is constipation or constipation that is prolonged, continuously straining, so that the increased pressure of blood flow around the anus increases and causes blood vessels in the anus to become inflamed.
External hemorrhoids are divided into four stages, namely:
I - small swelling appears inside the anal wall and is not visible outside the anus. Usually it can be seen blood spots coming out of the anus. II - the lump exits the anus and can reenter itself without the aid of a finger push III - the lump hangs from the anus, but can be pushed using a finger to reenter. IV - the lump hangs from the anus and cannot be pushed back using the fingers. Treatment of hemorrhoids depends on the degree of the disease. I suggest to check yourself with a specialist in internal medicine or to a surgeon to be able to do a thorough examination, such as question and answer, examination of vital signs, physical examinations such as rectal toucher, and additional examinations if necessary such as blood laboratory tests, and endoscopy, so that treatment can be given according to the diagnosis you have.
The things that you can do to overcome your constipation and hemorrhoids at this time are:
- Increase fiber intake, such as consuming whole grains, cereals, fruits, and vegetables.
- Drink lots of water and avoid consumption of caffeinated drinks, such as tea, coffee, and soda
- Routine exercise
- Do not hold or delay bowel movements, can make the stool become hard and dry, making it difficult to remove.
- Avoid straining when defecating because it can aggravate hemorrhoids.
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.