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Internal and External Hemmoriods

What is Hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids are also known to be as piles. It is a swollen cushion of tissue in the anus or lower part of the rectum which contains several veins and arteries. While this can be extremely unpleasant and painful for many people, that can be simply treated and are very preventable. As hemorrhoids usually get worse as time goes by, health care specialists recommend that this should be treated as soon as it appears. The older you are the more probable you are to undergo from hemorrhoids. This does not mean, though, that young persons and children do not get them. Hemorrhoids are mostly shared among men than that of women. A woman is most probable to get them when she is pregnant.

There are two types of hemorrhoids are to be known, internal and external. Internal type of hemorrhoids develops inside the anus and external type of hemorrhoids develops outside of the anus.

Of the two types of hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoids are the most common and the most bothersome. A hemorrhoid causes pain, unadorned itching, and difficulty in sitting. The good thing with hemorrhoid is that it is treatable.

Causes of Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoid is very common. This results from increased pressure on the anus. This can happen during childbirth, pregnancy, and due to constipation. The pressure causes the normal anal cushions to swell. This tissue can bleed, frequently during bowel movements. Hemorrhoids might be caused by:

• Straining through bowel movements
• problems from chronic constipation
• Sitting for long periods of time, particularly on the toilet
• pregnancy (when uterus enlarges it presses on the veins in the colon and causing it to bulge)
• Several diseases, such as liver cirrhosis

Hemorrhoids might be inside or outside the body.

Internal hemorrhoids happen just inside the anus, at the start of the rectum. When they are large they might fall outside. The most common difficulty with internal hemorrhoids is bleeding throughout bowel movements.

External hemorrhoids happen outside the anus. This results in difficulty of cleaning the part after a bowel movement. If a blood clot forms in an external hemorrhoid, it could be very painful.

Symptoms of Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are generally not painful, but if a blood clot forms, they can be very painful.

• Bleeding generally is very painful. The patient might notice red on the toilet paper or in the toilet bowl
• Itching and irritation on the affected part
• Uneasiness and pain in the anal region
• Swelling in the anal region
• A lump near your anus, this can sometimes be sensitive or very painful
• Feces might leak (without your wanting it to occur).

Though hemorrhoids are very painful, they are not life threatening and frequently go away on their own without treatment. If you have them frequently, you might grow symptoms of anemia such as weakness and pale skin, due to blood loss, however this is rare.

Treatments of Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids can easily be treated at home without any doctor. We Amaria pharmacy have brought an effective treatment for piles or hemorrhoids.

Our products

Marham Rahat – it is an antiseptic cream/ointment which is used on the affected part which is caused due to severe itching.

Capsules Pilorel – it is a capsule which stops the blood comes in stool and also makes you free from different types of anus problems.