Category - anal
Anal thrombosis (anal venous thrombosis) is a painful swelling in the anal region caused by a venous blood clot. Perianal hematoma are caused by the rupture of a small vein that drains blood from the anus. This rupture may be the result of forceful or strained bowel movement, anal sex or caused by heavy lifting, coughing or straining. Once the rupture has formed, blood quickly pools within a few hours and, if left untreated, forms a clot. An anal fissure is a small tear or crack in the lining of the anus. If you experience severe pain or bright red bleeding during or after bowel movements, you may have an anal fissure. While bleeding from the rectum or anus can be surprising and uncomfortable, it usually indicates a minor issue, like an anal fissure (tear) or hemorrhoids. A perianal hematoma is a pool of blood that collects in the tissue surrounding the anus. Perianal hematomas are very similar to external hemorrhoids, but there are some key differences between the. Blood clots stop bleeding, but they can also form in the body when theyre not needed - and lead to stroke or heart attack. An anal fissure is a small tear or cut in the skin lining of the anus. Pain andor rectal bleeding during bowel movements are common symptoms of anal fissures. Treatment includes increasing liquid intake, using stool softeners, prescription medications, and surgery. Thrombosed hemorrhoids happen when sacs in the anal passage get pushed onto the outside of the anus and fill with blood clots.