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If you have hemorrhoids, it is important to learn what they are and how to treat them. There are specific symptoms and signs to look for to alert you as to whether you need to seek treatment or not.
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If you have hemorrhoids, it is important to learn what they are and how to treat them. There are specific symptoms and signs to look for to alert you as to whether you need to seek treatment or not. Knowing what these are will help you to know what treatment to look for. It is also important to learn where to seek help and to understand that hemorrhoids are very common for men and women and affect nearly 50% of the population. Hemorrhoids are also known as Piles. They are found in the blood vessels close to the rectum and anus. The presence of hemorrhoids indicates that blood vessels in those areas have been stretched due to pressure. In this sense, they are similar to varicose veins found in the legs. Hemorrhoids can be caused by added strain on the blood vessels related to bowel movements.
Hemorrhoids are normally found in two areas. They are found in the skin area of the rectum, and in being located here are known as internal hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids found in the skin next to the anus are known as external hemorrhoids. Similar conditions that may exist in different areas may be a sign of digestive disease and should be seen by a doctor.
Hemorrhoids are typically diagnosed by bleeding in the areas of the rectum and anus. This bleeding is caused by pressure from blood vessels. Other symptoms may also help in diagnosing hemorrhoids. Inconsistent bowel movements, pain, itching, and severe discomfort in the region are all typical of the existence of hemorrhoids. It is recommended that your symptoms be checked by a doctor. It should also be pointed out that bleeding may also be a result of other digestive diseases. Hemorrhoids may occur for several reasons. Pregnant women may develop them due to quick changes in weight. Hemorrhoids are common among those who are constipated or have difficult bowel movements that cause pressure. Pressure in this area for prolonged periods can directly cause hemorrhoids.
Once you have had hemorrhoids, you will likely have them again, though symptoms typically clear up and disappear on their own. More serious hemorrhoids will need medication and possibly surgery depending on the conditions associated with them. Over the counter medications may help to alleviate symptoms that are not severe as a temporary measure until medical treatment can be given.
It is important to know what hemorrhoids are, how they occur, and how treatment can help you. Understanding the seriousness of the problem and the consequences on you health and well being will help you in seeking the appropriate treatment. Hemorrhoids are very common and can easily be diagnosed and treated. The proper treatment can help you return to a normal lifestyle and take control of this problem.
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