Why Did I Defecate After 2 Years I Used Endoscopy?
Good night doc, I’m 20 years old, permission to ask. after 2 years ago I have done Endoscopy which is my disease is polipanurectal. Then recently I felt the same symptom as before, which defecated blood, although there was no lump in the anus, but when I defecated, I felt like something was blocking my bowel and there was blood that was clotting Doc. What I want to ask is what is the solution of this symptom doctor?
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I understand your concern, your bloody bowel movements are conditions when there is blood in your stool. This condition is a symptom of bleeding in the digestive tract. Chapter bleed can cause serious medical conditions and be fatal. Therefore, it is important to immediately see a doctor if there is visible blood in the stool.
Some disorders of the digestive tract below can be the cause of bloody bowel movements:
gastrointestinal bleeding: Causes of bloody bowel movements can originate in the upper digestive tract. What is quite often is bleeding from the Treitz ligament, which is part of the duodenum. To check this condition, doctors usually need to do endoscopy.
anal fissure: a tear in the anal wall. This condition is usually caused by constipation or due to removing large, hard stools. These tears can heal on their own. To relieve symptoms and reduce pain, you can use pain relievers and stool softeners to prevent bowel movements.
Hemorrhoids: Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in the anus. This condition causes symptoms in the form of itching and burning. Hemorrhoids are often the cause of bloody bowel movements with bright red blood color from the anus. The cause of hemorrhoids are generally constipation, diarrhea, and pregnancy. bigi hemorrhoids over two internal and external.
Angiodisplasia is an abnormality of blood vessels in the gastrointestinal tract. This condition is generally associated with kidney disease and von Willebrand's disease.
many possible causes of your bloody chapter to ensure that you must be examined directly by a doctor, through interviews, physical examinations and additional examinations such as blood checks, photographs rongen, ultrasound and endoscopy as indicated by the doctor who examined. so the doctor can give the penang appropriately. usually if caused because of a hard and large bowel that only issue red spots only two or three times you don't need to worry, but if you continue you have to do a doctor's examination yes.
There are several things you can do:
drink lots of water at least 2 liters
it's rich in fiber like beans and dark green vegetables
soak your anus with warm water
if pain you can take drugs such as paracetamol
avoid pushing too hard
food with lots of fruit and vegetables and nutritious food
delay holding BAB
Thus the info I can give
hopefully can help you