Hemorrhoid Information - the Causes and the Symptoms and the Treatments
Around half of the population suffers from hemorrhoids before the age of 50, and anybody that has suffered from hemorrhoids knows how bad the condition can be. That is why I want to share with you how i got rid of my own and delivered to normal life. First of all nevertheless, lets look at what hemorrhoids are and what they can do to you.
What are Hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids are usually a condition where the veins around the anus or the lower rectum become inflamed and inflamed. They can be internal (under the skin) or around the outside (around the anus). They can be the result of many different things, and also it is often hard to pin down the cause for certain people, but examples of causes are: forcing to go stool, pregnancy, ageing(very frequent cause), constipation or diarrhea, and anal intercourse. They are nothing to be ashamed about (although most people are embarrassed when they develop them) and they are extremely common.
What are the Symptoms?
The symptom of internal hemorrhoids most widely reported is blood since the stool or perhaps on toilet paper, or even in the toilet bowl. In fact an internal hemorrhoid may even project through the anus outside the body, becoming irritated and painful. Outside hemorrhoids usually are detected by the sufferer reporting a painful swelling or a hard lump around the anus which is a result of blood clot(s) that form. Hemorrhoids are often are not dangerous but can be very painful and may last for weeks when left untreated.
First let me say, don't, overly rub or clean around the anus as this may cause irritation, and itching, which could lead in to a continuous cycle of symptoms. Left untreated hemorrhoids can linger for months and that can be a very painful experience.
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Yvette J. Conner
Yvette is a content specialist at utibacteria.info, a web site about alternative health solutions. Previously, Yvette worked as a consultant for a media startup. When she's not scouting for new content, Yvette enjoys biking and archery.