About half a year after the birth of the child, I found hemorrhoids. Blood in the stool would be fine in two days, so I didn't care. Now it's more than ten years. In recent years, there has been a lot of blood for several days every year, and even meat balls with blood can fall out. Last year, I went to my hometown to consult and said that it was a mixed hemorrhoids that needed surgery. I took the medicine for a few days to reduce inflammation before going to surgery, As a result, I didn't go because of work... I want to ask which kind of operation is better, how much does it cost, whether the recovery period is long, and whether I can't go to the toilet because of the unbearable pain during the recovery period?
There are balls of meat balls and Kwai blood. It is recommended to operate as soon as possible so as to avoid anemia. There are many kinds of hemorrhoids surgery, and the price ranges from one or two thousand to tens of thousands. It depends on the shape of your hemorrhoids. Everyone is different. The recovery period ranges from two weeks to more than a month. There will be some pain when the wound is not healed. There is generally no problem in going to the toilet.
According to your current situation, you have mixed hemorrhoids. It is suggested that you can go to the anorectal Department of the local public hospital for further diagnosis and treatment. An anoscope examination can further clarify the diagnosis. Consider surgical resection under local anesthesia or sacral anesthesia. The operation cost will vary due to different geographical location and different hospital levels. For the specific price, you can go to the anorectal Department of the local hospital for further consultation. Generally, it will recover about a week after operation.
If hemorrhoids often occur repeatedly and are more serious, surgery can be considered for treatment. There is no way to determine how much to charge. The charges of each hospital are different and vary greatly. The recovery period is about a week. There will be no pain during recovery.