What are the Symptoms of Hemorrhoids (Hemorrhoids)?
Patients with symptoms usually apply to health institutions because of bright red bleeding in the stool, pain in swollen and thrombosed (blood clot) hemorrhoidal veins, severe itching and discomfort around the anus. Although the complaint of bleeding in the hemorrhoidal veins is usually always painless and associated with defecation, it can sometimes occur independently of defecation. The blood is usually bright red in color and appears around the stool. In some cases, blood may drip into the toilet at the end of defecation. Bleeding is mostly caused by straining and straining in the stool. Although rare, chronic blood loss can lead to anemia due to iron deficiency and cause complaints such as weakness, headache and fatigue. Itching around the anus is a common symptom in hemorrhoid patients. Internal hemorrhoids usually show no symptoms. However, some complaints can be seen as a result of hemorrhoidal vessels hanging from the anus. In this case, among the symptoms of internal hemorrhoids, in addition to bleeding, itching and pain complaints, discharge, wetness, fullness and discomfort in the anus may occur.