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Haemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are of course pain in the ass literally. Get rid of them early before they crash your world. We give you the best treatment options with comfortable after care so that you can recover speedily! Haemorrhoids, commonly known as piles, areenlarged blood vessels that have swollenfound within the rectum and anus. Frequently, it has been observed that haemorrhoids don’t cause any specific symptoms and people suffering from haemorrhoids often do not realize havingit.However, when the problem becomes severe, some symptoms may appear such as bleeding after passing stool, having an itchy bottom, lump like structures protruding out from the anus, which has to be physically pushed back after passing the stool, a mucus discharge after every passing of the stool, soreness, redness and a typical swelling around the anus. Haemorrhoids aren’t generally painful until their blood supply slows down or is interfered.

DIAGNOSIS:

A visual examination of your anus may be enough to diagnose hemorrhoids. To confirm the diagnosis, your doctor may do a different examination to check for any abnormalities within the anus.

Symptoms

• extreme itching around the anus.

• irritation and pain around the anus.

• itchy or painful lump or swelling near your anus.

• fecal leakage.

• painful bowel movements.

• blood on your tissue after having a bowel movement.

Causes

• Straining during bowel movements.

• Sitting for long periods of time on the toilet.

• Having chronic diarrhea or constipation.

• Being obese.

• Being pregnant.

• Having anal intercourse.

• Eating a low-fiber diet.

• Regular heavy lifting.

FAQ

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