How Dangerous are Composite Hemorrhoids?
Composite Hemorrhoid is a combination of both internal and external hemorrhoids, these types of hemorrhoids are much more dangerous.
About Composite Hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids will protrude through the anal canal or extend out of the anus and it will cause severe irritation and bleeding due to different complications. Composite hemorrhoids cause extreme discomfort and complications when they become engorged and bulged internally or externally, low-grade hemorrhoids are often treated with dietary changes and fiber supplements.
Tiny hemorrhoids could clear up without any treatment within a couple of days, large external hemorrhoids could take longer to heal and might cause significant pain and discomfort if hemorrhoids haven't resolved within a couple of days, it's best to examine a doctor for treatment. In most cases, you'll see a general practitioner or your family doctor regarding your hurting symptoms, but if complications arise, you will be referred to a specialist, like a gastroenterologist or a medical specialist.
Composite Hemorrhoids are huge Concern to Human Health
The risk of Composite Hemorrhoids is extremely high, people who have this case are always in a state of preparation to face how dangerous it is:
Causes Inflammation - The bacteria will easily penetrate the anus if hemorrhoids prolapse becomes bigger and bulge outside the anal sphincter. Aside from that, hygiene will be more difficult when the prolapsed hemorrhoids get stuck outside.
Causes Skin Diseases - When Hemorrhoids have seriously changed, the prolapsed hemorrhoids become bigger, often accompanied by mucus secreted continuously to stimulate the skin at the anus as well as the surrounding areas to produce itching and skin conditions.
Causes Anal Dysfunction - The symptoms of Internal Hemorrhoids and External Hemorrhoids make the bowel movements more difficult; moreover, it damages the function of the muscles and it will easily lead to incontinence or lack of bowel movements.
Possibility of Neurological Disorders - Uncomfortable symptoms like back pain, bone pain that is accompanied by signs of neurological inhibition of the patient may result in neurological disorders if not treated right away.
Stuck Prolapsed Hemorrhoids - In case the prolapsed Hemorrhoids stay outside the anus, the blood circulation process will be severely hindered which makes a blood clot to form bigger and harder, it can be difficult to make it go back inside due to extreme pain.
Increases the risk of Anemia - The very first symptom of hemorrhoids is bleeding during a bowel movement, this condition increases in time. Bleeding in both inside and outside can cause to your risk of anemia if not treated immediately.
What to do if Composite Hemorrhoids left Untreated?
If left untreated, Hemorrhoids will appear out of the anus that can cause major irritation, bleeding, and different complications, after they become engorged and bulged, internally or externally, they cause discomfort and complications, you need to seek our doctor immediately.
By the age of 50, regarding half the population has experienced one or more of the classic symptoms, which includes rectal pain, itching, bleeding, and probably prolapse (hemorrhoids that protrude through the anal canal) though Hemorrhoids are seldom dangerous, they will be a recurrent and painful intrusion.
In rare cases, hemorrhoids could bulge through the anus and swell, this might cause the hemorrhoid tissues to die. If this happens, you'll feel severe rectal pain and should see blood and pus at the anus. Urgent surgery is needed to prevent further complications, like the death of the affected tissue and infection.
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