Suffer from Hemorrhoids?
Do you have itching or pain in your anus? Is there sometimes bright red blood in your stool? Chances are you suffer from hemorrhoids. You can feel this as a bulge at your anus and in some cases it can also protrude. Obviously it is very annoying to suffer from this, so what can you do about it?
Hemorrhoids are sagging swelling bodies that are located on the inside of the sphincter. The sagging can be caused by too much pressure. For example, by pressing hard during constipation, sitting on the toilet for too long, pressurized by diarrhea. In pregnant women and in the elderly the tissue weakened, but for the pregnant woman this is fortunately of "short" duration.
There are various stages of complaints:
bright red blood on the stool and pain
bulging in which the hemorrhoids come out but pulls back itself
bulge where the hemorrhoid does not go back itself but can be pushed back
bulge where the hemorrhoid can not be pushed back and is very painful. because the sphincter no longer works properly feces leak and there is often a brake track in the underwear
Freely available Medicines:
If you suffer from hard stools you can take psyllium fibers or bran. And for relief of the complaints, you can buy vaseline cream, possibly with zinc oxide or zinc sulphate (not with bleeding hemorrhoids!)
There is also lidocaine / vaselin cream to relieve the symptoms, the lidocaine is pain relieving. Also available are suppositories with different active substances, to relieve the symptoms but these are less effective than creams.
In order to ensure that the complaints pass on and do not return, the following recommendations are important:
do not press too hard
high-fiber food (possibly taking bran)
move a lot
by pressing directly to the toilet
if nothing comes, do not sit on the toilet too long
For pain, itching or irritation:
do not scratch
wear cotton underwear
take a warm bath
always push back a bulging hemorrhoid
rinse with warm water and then pat dry
use a wet washcloth or uncolored toilet paper for cleaning
do not use colored or damp toilet paper
If you are better off going to your doctor:
If your symptoms do not improve after 2 weeks you should contact your doctor. Even when a hemorrhoid bulges out.
If you regularly have brake marks in the underwear, you should also contact your doctor. When the pain remains serious despite the lightening medication, if there is blood in the stool instead of it, in case of loss of more than a few drops of blood, with a feeling of pressure or urgency without anything or a sudden or gradual change of your bowel pattern should also be sure to contact your doctor!
When the hemorrhoid is in the fourth stage, it will have to be removed in the hospital. It is therefore advisable to always treat your hemorrhoid and especially try to prevent it.
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