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How to prevent gastrointestinal polyps?
2020-10-14   Source:    Hit:72   Font: 
Stomach disease can be described as a high-incidence disease. People of all ages and both sexes are likely to get gastric disease. Poor work and rest or poor eating habits may lead to gastric disease. Gastrointestinal polyps are a common type of gastric disease. What kind of harm does it bring to people's lives? How should it be prevented?
 
 
At 20:00 on October 12th (Monday), Chen Song, chief physician of the Department of Gastroenterology of Fujian Provincial Governmental Hospital, came to the live room of the Fujian News Broadcast for the column named "Sharing Doctor" specially engaged by GANOHERB, Reishi Manufacturer and Supplier, talking with everyone about what harm gastrointestinal polyps do to us and how to prevent them. Next, let us review the exciting content of the live broadcast.

 
 
What is a gastrointestinal polyp?
 
When the host asked Director Chen about the symptoms of gastrointestinal polyps, Director Chen said, “Gastrointestinal polyps usually have no signs. They are usually found accidentally during gastrointestinal endoscopy. Some large polyps in the stomach may cause stomach pain and other symptoms, but they are not typical. In addition, there are some relatively large polyps near the anal opening, which may be found out of the anus during defecation. This situation is also relatively rare. Generally speaking, they are discovered through inspection."
 
Director Chen said, “The digestive tracts, including the stomach and large intestine, are places where polyps are more likely to grow. Relatively speaking, the proportion of polyps in the stomach is higher. Generally speaking, polyps in the digestive tract is a lesion in the mucosal layer of the digestive tract. The specific nature of the lesion needs to be confirmed by pathological tests."
 
Can gastrointestinal polyps become cancerous?
 
Intestinal polyps are relatively harmful to the body. If they are not detected early, polyps will grow up all the time and may become cancerous, and the harm to the body is also huge. Director Chen repeatedly mentioned in the live broadcast that there are no symptoms for early gastrointestinal polyps. If you do not have the habit of physical examination, you may not find the polyps until they grow to a large size. If you wait for the symptoms to appear before checking, cancer may have already occurred.
 
Do all gastrointestinal polyps need to be removed?
 
Director Chen said that different polyps need to be treated separately. For small polyps with flat and smooth surfaces, if they are proved not to be adenomatous polyps in pathology examination, they can be reviewed regularly.
 
Why do gastrointestinal polyps grow?
 
1. Dietary factors
Intestinal polyps are closely related to people’s usual living habits. People who stay up late for a long time and have a long-term high-fat and low-fiber diet are more likely to suffer from this disease. If they eat too much food, they will secrete more bile to emulsify fat.  Bile will secrete cytotoxicity during transformation to damage cells. The damaged cells will slowly become polyps. Insufficient cellulose intake will not only cause constipation but also cause accumulation of feces in the intestines. Toxic and harmful substances will be fermented in the intestines for a long time and cannot be discharged.
 
2. Genetic factors
Many diseases are inherited from parents or passed on to children in alternate generations. This inheritance accounts for 1.6% to 12.0% of the affected population. This mutated pathological gene can cause intestinal polyps. We need to pay attention to the family's genetic medical history. See if your immediate family members have had polyps. If so, it's best to beware in advance.
 
How to prevent gastrointestinal polyps?
 
1. Regular physical examination
The early gastrointestinal polyps are too small, the disease symptoms are mild or even absent, and it is difficult to find under normal circumstances. Therefore, we must develop the habit of regular physical examination. It is recommended that people over 45 years old and who have not undergone endoscopy should remember to go for a check once.
 
2. Watch diet
People who have a long-term high-fat and low-fiber diet are most likely to get intestinal polyps. Therefore, we must pay more attention to the health of the diet. When cooking and stir-frying, we should put proper amount of oil in cooking, eat less fatty meat, eat more lean meat, and eat more high-fiber fruits and vegetables, such as dragon fruit, pears, celery, corn, oats and bamboo shoots.
 
3. Control alcohol and quit smoking
Smoking is a predisposing factor for many types of cancer, and moderate alcohol consumption is not too harmful. However, when tobacco and alcohol are added together, the risk of bowel cancer will rise sharply. It is best to quit the habit of smoking, which will harm yourself and others.
 
4.Physical exercise  
Exercise is good for physical and mental health. It is an eternal principle. Everyone knows the benefits of exercise. The key is to act. Exercise can not only get rid of our excessive fat intake but also increase intestinal peristalsis and reduce the retention time of toxic substances in the intestine.

Live broadcast Q&A
 
Question 1: I had an intestinal polyp surgery in lunar January. Now I have frequent intestinal flatulence.
Director Chen answered: It should have nothing to do with surgery. If you have just finished the operation, you may have more intestinal flatulence. But this surgery was performed during lunar January, it should not be the reason for your current flatulence. You should consider whether there are other intestinal problems such as Intestinal flora imbalance or whether you have eaten food that is prone to flatulence.
 
Question 2: Do I need to remove a 0.3*0.5 gastric polyp? It looks smooth, and no pathological test has been conducted for it.
Director Chen answered: The flat, smooth, small polyps that do not exceed 5 mm in the fundus of the stomach are medically called glandular polyps. Such small polyps can indeed be observed instead of rushing to remove them.
 
Question 3: The doctor previously said that my gastric polyps can be ignored. Now it has been a year. Do I need to have another gastroscopy?
Director Chen answered: The gastrointestinal endoscopy can position your gastric polyps. You can take the previous report and find a hospital for review.

 
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