Hemorrhoids are enlarged, swollen veins located in lower part of rectum and anus. The walls of se blood vessels extend sometimes and are so thin that y enlarge and irritate veins, especially when defecating, and hemorrhoids called English Hemorrhoids or Piles.
Hemorrhoids are one of most common causes of rectal bleeding; Hemorrhoids are rarely dangerous, and hemorrhoids often resolve spontaneously, but treatment can help deal with m.
Symptoms of hemorrhoids
They are located inside rectum, usually not visible from outside or feeling m; In general, it does not cause harm because re are only a few nerves that feel pain in this area. Symptoms of internal hemorrhoids include:
- Blood coming out during defecation where blood can be seen on toilet paper or in toilet.
- In tissues that swell outside anus (prolonged hemorrhoids) and can often lead to pain when defecating; Hanging hemorrhoids can be seen as wet pinkish lesions more than surrounding area; Usually it returns to inside automatically, but if not returned it can be gently pushed back to its place.
External hemorrhoids are formed around anus under skin, in an area characterized by presence of many nerves that feel pain.
Symptoms of external hemorrhoids include:
- Bloody bleeding.
- Feeling itchy
Coagulation and thrombosis can cause external hemorrhoids to appear purple or blue; This is called thrombosis or coagulated hemorrhoids and can cause some symptoms that include:
- Severe pain.
- Feeling itchy
- Bloody bleeding; When clot dissolves, only a small amount of skin can remain in place, causing irritation.