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Thrombosis of the hemorrhoidal node is diagnosed when there is a formation in the perianal region or anus. A bluish knot causes painful sensations when touched. The reason for the compaction is a blood clot under the fold of the skin, which when straining (going to the toilet, performing physical exercises or loads) creates pressure on the walls and affects the nerve endings. Because of this, the patient feels pain in the anus.


Thrombosis of hemorrhoidal nodes occurs as a complication of chronic hemorrhoids. External thrombosis (nodes are located in the perianal area) and internal (localization - in the anal canal) are differentiated, as well as combined, when external and internal nodes are present. Thrombosis is less often detected in a patient who has not complained and has not suffered from hemorrhoids.


Symptoms of the disease:

  • in the area of the anus there is a rather dense, hard formation in the form of a cone;

  • painful sensations in the anus;

  • unpleasant sensations during defecation;

  • burning, itching in the anus;

  • blood-streaked discharge from the anus;

  • node loss.

If you do not start timely treatment, the symptoms will become more and more pronounced, and the pain will increase.


Why does thrombosis develop?

The risk of developing thrombosis is higher if the following factors influence:

  • constant constipation, indigestion;

  • lack of physical activity, sedentary lifestyle;

  • sedentary work or, conversely, activities related to sitting;

  • the diet is dominated by very salty, sour, spicy food;

  • pregnancy and childbirth;

  • excessive physical exertion.


Only a complete examination, study of lifestyle and family history will allow to diagnose the disease and choose the optimal treatment scheme. If you consult a doctor in time, the chances of recovery without consequences for the body are very high.

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