Hemorrhoids - overview, causes and symptoms
Hemorrhoids are nothing more than enlarged veins that can be found in the anus or the lower part of your rectum. They get swollen simply because of the pressure within them which is increased. The reason for increased pressure in the veins is the difficulty when passing stools as well as having a baby. The enlarged uterus during pregnancy usually pressures the lower part of the body and leads to the appearance of hemorrhoids.
When it comes to internal hemorrhoids you cannot spot these because they can be found in the internal lining of the rectum and usually you will not be able to tell that they are there. They tend to be painless and the only way you can know you have all of them is by spotting blood in your feces. Internal hemorrhoids usually protrude or prolapsed through the anal canal.
- External hemorrhoids can be found under the skin which surrounds the anal opening.
- You can easily feel them when they swell and they might cause itching and even sharp soreness when it comes to bowels.
- Sometimes, they even hemorrhage just like the internal ones.
- An external hemorrhoid that is thrombosis occurs when the blood that is in the vein clots.
- Such hemorrhoids cause quite a lot of pain.
The most common cause for the appearance of hemorrhoids (in Norwegian hemorroider) is constipation and the straining to be able to which this leads throughout bowel movements. Being pregnant is yet another quite normal cause for the appearance of hemorrhoids. They are two conditions which lead to increased pressure on the hemorrhoidal veins and make them swell because of that. There are other problems such as chronic liver disease that lead to increased venous pressure and might lead to the formation of hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are quite common and more than half the population over fifty years of age has them.
The symptom which is most common for all types of hemorrhoids is the bleeding which is painless. For example, you might be able to see bright red blood just on top of the bar stool or on the toilet paper and even dripping into the toilet dish. Nevertheless, the hemorrhaging is usually self-limiting. Bleeding after bowel movements is not normal regardless and you should pay a visit to your doctor if it is something that has been happening for some time. Hemorrhoids are the most common cause for such bleeding but there are other causes too such as inflammatory bowel disease, tumors and infections of the colon.
Prolapsed Inside Hemorrhoids
Prolapsed inside hemorrhoid forms when the hemorrhoid swells and actually starts to extend from its location in the anus on the anus. You can feel a prolapsed internal hemorrhoid as a lump outside your anal opening. You can even lightly push a hemorrhoid back in the anal starting and this might help solve the problem with it becoming prolapsed, but will not help with the particular correcting of the hemorrhoid itself. Therefore, you should seek medical help to deal with hemorrhoids.
How to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids Naturally
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