I have had this happen to me a couple times. It’s not that painful at all. It’s a self-inflicted wound. It’s like a little tear in your muscle. It’s a bit red and swollen, but it’s not too bad. It’s not a big deal at all. And if you’re at all unsure, you can always ask your doctor about it.
If you feel pain in your perianal region, it is most likely an injury from a dental procedure. A perianal hematoma is the worst kind of pain because you can’t stop it or you can’t tell if its something you should be worried about. Its not that serious, but it should be treated like one. For most people, it will resolve itself within 24 hours.
Most perianal hematomas resolve themselves within a few hours. I have had two patients that had them resolve themselves within 3 hours. You dont have to go to the emergency room, but it is recommended.
One of the first things a perianal hematoma patient will notice is that its red. Its because blood is pooling in the surrounding tissue. Doctors will recommend immediate pain medicine, but pain can be a barrier to healing in a perianal hematoma.
That redness is really just a skin condition, and you should be able to go to the emergency room and take care of it without needing the over-the-counter pain meds. The problem is that the cause of a perianal hematoma is the same thing that causes a rectal hematoma. I had a patient with a rectal hematoma, and he had a perianal hematoma.
There are two reasons a rectal hematoma will need treatment: either the rectum is prolapsed (the result of a rectal injury), or rectal bleeding from a rectal injury is causing a perianal hematoma. Both of these can be treated with pain meds.
A perianal hematoma is basically what happens when there’s a hole in the wall in the pelvic area. The patient would get a nasty rash, and the blood would drain out of the perianal area. If the blood couldn’t drain out, the bleeding could result in the patient experiencing hematochezia, or he could feel the urge to urinate and have a perianal bleed.
Perianal bleeding is usually treated with antibiotics, and the most common complication is an injury to the rectum. This could result in the bleeding moving into the vagina, or it could even be internal bleeding that can be treated with blood transfusions. It is a serious condition, and you can’t get a blood transfusion without an appointment or hospitalization.
The chances of this happening are quite high, and a perianal hematoma is no laughing matter, so I would advise using the following precautions.
This is a bad one, and can even be the cause of death. Many times, the perianal hematoma is caused by pressure from the vagina. If the bleeding occurs in the vaginal canal, you will need to take steps to prevent this. This is basically the same as the “vaginal injury” scenario in the first part of this article where you talk about what to do if the hemorrhage occurs.