Hemorrhoids Topics

Comprehensive treatment and self-care of hemorrhoids


Chapter One

1 Hemorrhoids are a highly prevalent disease

Early detection is the key to treating hemorrhoids

Focus on the quality of life of hemorrhoid patient

2 The structure of the anal canal

The anal canal is a complex and sensitive organ

The two muscles surrounding the anal canal

3Why do humans get hemorrhoids?

What kind of disease are hemorrhoids?

Analysis of the etiology of hemorrhoids from Darwin's theory of evolution

Aging contributes to the formation of hemorrhoids

4 Is the incidence of anal canal disease related to gender?

Women are also prone to hemorrhoids and other anal canal diseases

Men predominate among anal fistula patients

5The consequences of ignoring hemorrhoids

Rectal and colon cancers are easily confused with hemorrhoids

Some anal canal diseases can cause cancer

6Anal canal disease and perianal inflammation

Perianal inflammation is the culprit of anal canal disease

Six major factors that cause perianal inflammation

The body's self-healing power can fight disease

Chapter Two

1Three typical anal canal diseases such as hemorrhoids


Hemorrhoids are generally divided into internal, external, and combined hemorrhoids

Symptoms of internal hemorrhoids

Symptoms of external hemorrhoids

Measures to be taken after the development of hemorrhoids

Chapter Three

1Colorectal cancer and hemorrhoids

Colorectal cancer easily confused with hemorrhoids

Incidence of colorectal cancer is increasing yearly

Dr. Birkett's study on bowel movement time

Bifidobacteria help prevent colorectal cancer

Early diagnosis of colorectal cancer

Colorectal cancer and cancer-prone anal diseases

Chapter Four

1Hemorrhoids are a lifestyle disease

Hemorrhoids are no longer an unspeakable problem

Would it be embarrassing and painful to be examined after having hemorrhoids?

The hospital's obligation to the patient

Treatment of hemorrhoids relies primarily on the body's ability to heal itself

What is self-healing in the human body

Enhancing Self-Healing

3 cases of healing by self-healing

How to be seen in the anorectal department

Anoscopy and colonoscopy


Anorectal manometry


Fecal Angiography

Safe care methods to prevent hemorrhoids

Go to the toilet when you feel like having a bowel movement

Don't stay too long in the toilet

Take care of your buttocks after defecation

Chronic diarrhea can lead to hemorrhoids and other anal diseases.

Do not stay in a fixed position for long periods of time

Promote blood circulation in the buttocks

Avoid exposing the body to cold

Don't be overly tired and stressed for long periods of time

Some exercises can cause hemorrhoids

Be careful about the amount of alcohol and stimulating foods you consume

Dieting can lead to hemorrhoids

Take care of hemorrhoids during pregnancy and after childbirth

Pre-menstrual and menstrual care

Safe care of internal hemorrhoids

Internal hemorrhoids are a lifestyle disease

Safe care of internal hemorrhoids

Change bad habits from now on

Chapter Five

Prevention of constipation and diarrhea

The most important causes of hemorrhoids constipation and diarrhea

Normal bowel movements

Don't hold back when you have the urge to defecate

Neural reflexes and bowel movements

Breastfed infants have good bowel movements

The main cause of constipation is irregularity in life

Take laxatives as prescribed by your doctor

Chronic diarrhea is the enemy of hemorrhoids and other anal canal diseases

Active intake of dietary fiber

Dietary fiber: the sixth most important nutrient

Pay attention to eating more dietary fiber-rich foods

Tips for consuming dietary fiber

Balanced intake of water-soluble dietary fiber and insoluble dietary fiber

Softening dry stools

More intake of probiotics such as bifidobacteria

Bacteria in the intestine can be divided into probiotics and harmful bacteria

Infants are less prone to constipation or diarrhea thanks to bifidobacteria

Probiotics and probiotic factors

Increasing bifidobacteria in the body can inhibit aging and prevent cancer

Antibiotics and probiotic factors

Factors affecting the number of bifidobacteria in the intestine

Intestinal immunity and allergic reactions

Increasing number of patients with allergic diseases

The immune system and allergic diseases

Improving intestinal immunity to prevent allergic diseases

Dietary fiber-rich foods and recipes

Eating more dietary fiber to relieve constipation

Dietary fiber-rich recipes

Effective use of nerve reflexes

It is important to eat a good breakfast

Easy-to-grasp Hirata method for easy bowel movement

Chapter Six

Drug therapy for hemorrhoids and other anal canal diseases

Prescription vs. over-the-counter medications

Emergency methods for buying your own over-the-counter medications

It is a false statement that over-the-counter drugs have fewer ingredients

Medications are only used to supplement treatment

Medications for hemorrhoids and anal canal disorders



Oral medications

Usage of drugs for hemorrhoids and anal canal diseases



Chapter Seven

Surgical treatment of hemorrhoids and anal canal disease

Try not to use surgical treatment

Anal canal diseases such as hemorrhoids usually do not require immediate surgery

Use life coaching and medication to determine if surgery is needed

Ask your doctor about the reasons for using surgical treatment

Ask your doctor which surgical method to use

Surgical rates for internal hemorrhoids

Some anal canal diseases cannot be cured even with surgical treatment

Which anal canal diseases require hospitalization for surgical treatment

Anal canal diseases requiring surgery

Internal hemorrhoids

Anal fissure

Anal impotence

Long-term hospitalization is not required after surgery

Preparation before surgery

Surgery and treatment of internal hemorrhoids

Surgery to remove the nucleus of hemorrhoid

Ligation excision

The semi-occlusive method

Surgery to protect the anal sphincter

Surgery to reduce the nucleus pulposus

Laser therapy

Combined semiconductor laser therapy

Treatment effect of combined semiconductor laser therapy


Collar ligation method

Anastomosis hemorrhoid fixation

Hemorrhoid injection therapy

Previous surgical methods of treating internal hemorrhoids

Necrotic withering injection therapy


The surgical method continues to progress

Post-operative safety care :

Safe postoperative care is very important

Pain after surgery

Precautions for bowel movements

Diet, exercise and bathing

Sequelae and recurrence rate of hemorrhoids and other anal canal diseases

Precautions after discharge from hospital