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But back to our topic. Hemorrhoids or piles are ugly faces of an
ailment. The condition of varicosity or swelling and inflammation of veins in the rectum and
anus is known as hemorrhoids. It is also known as ‘haemorrhoids’ or piles. The two most common types of hemorrhoids are
external hemorrhoids and internal hemorrhoids. External hemorrhoids: External hemorrhoids
occur outside at the lateral end of the anal canal, on the anal verge. They are sometimes
painful, and can be accompanied by swelling and irritation. Itching, due to skin irritation,
is considered a common symptom of external hemorrhoids. The hemorrhoid becomes a thrombosed
hemorrhoid if the vein ruptures and a blood clot develops. Internal hemorrhoids: Internal hemorrhoids
occur inside the rectum. They are usually not painful, and most people aren’t aware
that they have them. Internal hemorrhoids may bleed when irritated. If not treated,
internal hemorrhoids may lead to the more severe forms of hemorrhoids – prolapsed hemorrhoids
and strangulated hemorrhoids. Prolapsed hemorrhoids: Internal hemorrhoids
become so expanded or swollen that they get pushed outside of the anus. Strangulated hemorrhoid: The anal sphincter
muscle spasms and traps a prolapsed hemorrhoid outside of the anal opening. The supply of
blood is cut off, and the hemorrhoid then becomes a strangulated hemorrhoid. Causes of Hemorrhoids or Piles. The major cause of hemorrhoids results from
weak rectal vein walls and/or valves. The following are some other hemorrhoids causes: Constipation. Chronic diarrhea. Straining during bowel movements. Postponing bowel movements. Poor bathroom habits; sitting for unusually
long periods of time, e.g. reading on the toilet or excessive cleaning attempts. Pregnancy. Fiber-deprived diet can also contribute. Insufficient hydration: drinking less water
or drinking too much of diuretic liquids such as coffee or colas can cause a hard stool
that can lead to hemorrhoid irritation. Tumors in the pelvis also cause enlargement
of hemorrhoids by pressing on veins draining upwards from the anal canal. An excess of lactic acid in the stool: a product
of excessive consumption of milk products such as cheese can cause irritation and a
reduction of consumption can bring relief. Too much pressure on the rectal veins due
to poor posture or muscle tone; obesity and a sedentary lifestyle may cause hemorrhoids. Prevalence. Hemorrhoids commonly occur in both sexes,
but only 4% of the general population experience the problem. Hemorrhoids are a common occurrence
between 45 and 65 years of age. Approximately one half of all Americans are
estimated to have this condition by the age of 50, but only a small number undertake medical
treatment. About 500,000 people are medically treated for hemorrhoids annually, with 10
to 20% of them requiring surgeries. That’s it! Thank you.
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