Hemorrhoids and What is the Treatment of Hemorrhoids

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Hemorrhoids skin conditions characterized by swelling and inflammation of blood vessels (veins) in the rectum and anal area. Hemorrhoid is often spelled as «Hemorrhoid».Hemorrhoid is also called as "piles".

To understand hemorrhoids, hemorrhoid thinks of as the weakest part of the band weakening of blood vessels. The hemorrhoid develops when a weakened veins from expanding under pressure, such as filters for the toilet. Once expanded vein is able to return to normal size is called a hemorrhoid.

Causes of Hemorrhoids

• Increased pressure in the anal or rectal area is the main cause of hemorrhoid.
• Several factors lead to the development of hemorrhoids.
• Increased pressure on the rectal veins causing hemorrhoids to swell and reduced blood flow leads to inflammation and tissue necrosis.
• Digestive problems such as diarrhea and constipation are the main causes are believed to cause hemorrhoids.

Signs and Symptoms of Hemorrhoids

• A typical symptom of hemorrhoids is that it covers the anus, as the opening of the anus can be seen from outside.
• Hemorrhoids cause anal area to become itchy, particularly around the anal opening.
• Hemorrhoids can also cause a burning sensation or pain in the anal area.
• Anal discomfort around the anal opening is a common

Symptom of Hemorrhoids.

• Pollution of internal damage is the common sign of hemorrhoids.
• Hemorrhoids can also cause a feeling of incomplete bowel evacuation;
• Tracks or prolapsed in the anal region are common symptoms of hemorrhoids.

The major causes of hemorrhoids are:

• The lack of fiber diet and less fluid intake also causes hemorrhoids.
• Obesity and over weight causes hemorrhoids.
• Large sports or exercise and lifting heavy objects,
• Pregnancy in women, hypertension and abusive attitudes has a direct or indirect pressure on the blood vessels in the rectum or anal area is the main causes of hemorrhoids.

Types of hemorrhoids...

Hemorrhoids are dilated veins like varicose veins and hemorrhoids occur only in the anal area. Enlarged, dilated veins of the hemorrhoid plexuses can lead to bleeding from the anal area.

External Hemorrhoid: If the engorged vein is outside of the anus, but very close to what is described as an external hemorrhoid?
Those external hemorrhoids three main symptoms:

• External hemorrhoids have less bleeding areas occur beneath the skin near the anus, which can be felt as hard lumps.
• External Hemorrhoids also not clear from the opening, but develop over the edge, just outside and
• External Hemorrhoids development in the dark area of skin near the opening and is usually brown.
• Internal Hemorrhoid: If the engorged vein is in, it is referred to as an internal hemorrhoid. Most internal hemorrhoids bleeding while passing stools, but are less painful, if not contaminated.
• If the engorged vein is internal, but hang out, where you can see or feel it is referred to as a prolapse and hemorrhoid prolapsed hemorrhoid prolapsed hemorrhoid and is generally reddish in color.

Diagnosis Treatment

The piles must be distinguished from other causes of bleeding from the gut that are not always benign. Bleeding from the lower gastrointestinal tract is not only caused by hemorrhoids and other benign or malignant disorders such as colitis, polyps, diverticular and cancer of the colon. For the above reason, the blood from the rectum should always be investigated by endoscopic examination (colonoscopy, sigmoidoscopy or koloskopisi ). However, blood from hemorrhoids is bright red and is usually diagnosed with an overview of the anus and surface psilafisi. I introspection but is almost always necessary.

 

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This article was published on 2010/10/27