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WHO

gets hemorrhoids?

 

There are a variety of reasons that contribute to developing intestinal discomfort, hemorrhoids
and major health problems.
Some of the more common potential sources, or causes include;

  • Fiber (THIS IS #1 FOR A REASON)
    Fiber and all of its evil are at the heart of these very hard fought lessons.
  • Constipation/Irregularity
  • Fecal straining
    (Straining during bowel movements)
  • Large Stool
  • Liver disease
  • Overuse of laxatives
  • Holding back bowel movements
  • Pregnancy
  • Age (generally everyone gets hemorrhoids over time
    because of the list above)

 

What Type of
Hemorrhoids Do You Have?

 

There are three classifications of hemorrhoids, External, Internal, and Prolapsed. External hemorrhoids refers to a swelling under the skin. Conversely, Internal hemorrhoids refers to a swelling inside the anus.

Internal hemorrhoids are categorized in degrees of severity. For example;
first degree, second, third, etc. Internal and External hemorrhoids can
occur simultaneously.
Prolapsed hemorrhoids occur when an internal hemorrhoid
protrudes outside of the anus causing leakage and “skid marks”.


Signs and Symptoms:

Signs and symptoms of hemorrhoids can vary widely from person to person,
and are dependent upon the classification of hemorrhoid. Keep in mind that
itching, pain and blood are typical symptoms. Never assume anything,
have a check up just to clear the chance that it may be cancerous in nature.

External Hemorrhoids: Itching, Burning, and Irritation are common. Streaks of
blood may also appear on toilet paper after straining during bowel movements.

You may also find it difficult to thoroughly the anal area clean.

Internal Hemorrhoids: Rectal Bleeding and pain are a regularly occurrence.
Internal hemorrhoids can be extremely painful, as they often protrude and can
become thrombosed, or clotted. Leaking mucus is also another indicator of
Internal hemorrhoids, as is blood on your stools or in the toilet.

Article Topics

 

Although hemorrhoids are not fatal, this is a condition which should not be ignored. Albeit hemorrhoids can be painful, bloody and very hard to ignore. My advice is to try over the counter “ALL NATURAL” hemorrhoid treatments first, skipping the side effects that some chemical treatments produce. Sometimes hemorrhoids can be a sign of a more serious problem such as cancer of the colon, anus and intestine. If the condition continues after treatment you should see a doctor. Visit the hemorrhoid site below, all the top hemorrhoid treatments are compared. Hem.orrhoids.com
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7 Replies to “WELCOME”

  1. hemorrhoids..help?? Please. still there.? I’m 17 and had hemorrhoids when i was 15. I went to the docs and gave me medicine to apply for a week. It got so much better, stopped bleeding and hurting. However I always still had the extra piece of skin inside but I never did anything about it. Today I noticed as I went There was, a little blood and mucus on the toilet paper. What should I do? Should I start using the medication again? and any natural cures for hemorrhoids, mine is pretty minor..I wish it would go away permanently..oh and i think its external.

  2. I agree with you. However, the current food stysem is so DIRTY due to pesticides and all kinds of other stuff. You might be poisoning yourself if you eat nothing but raw vegetables and fruit. I guess if you eat ALL organic stuff, you might be fine. However, I don’t have the money to eat all organic. I wish I did. And I wish I would have the will power to not eat all this junk that the media and corporations push on you.

  3. Hi, the problem is that hemorrhoids have an underlying cause. 99.99% of the time it is straining. Stools are too large or dry and difficult to pass. Drinking gallons of water will not fix this. Please read the “Colorectal Reboot” it is free download. You will finally understand “WHY” hemorrhoids occur.
    Healthy_Intestinal_Living

    Once you understand why, you can begin to cure yourself. By the way no cream can ever cure you, not in a million years.

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  5. Edited for typos Glad to read the blog of a Chinese medicine fan. Thank you for sirnadpeg the word about the safety and helpfulness of herbs during pregnancy.I’m an acupuncturist specializing in women’s health and fertility and I recommend that my patients take 2000 mg of EPA and DHA in fish oil daily, before, during and after pregnancy. Keeping omega-3 fatty acid levels high helps prevent miscarriage, pre-eclampsia, pre-term birth, low birth weight and post partum depression. I also find it very helpful for women that are anemic.I also recommend nettles for iron, minerals, folic acid and calcium. Susan Weed recommends both nettles and red raspberry leaf infusions throughout pregnancy for their high mineral content and uterine toning properties.Love your blog! Rest as much as you can and hope you enjoy your pregnancy.

  6. I am 19 years old and have been suffering from hormrehoids on and off for the past 4 years. The flare up I am currently in has lasted for over a month, which is longer than usual. I have tried a bunch of products and remedies and have found success with some of them, but this time they just aren’t working as well as before. I think I will purchase H.G. Forever now. Please hope and pray for my recovery. Regardless, I am praying for everyone else, and you sir. Thank you and God bless!!!

  7. Within the lining of the anal canal are three soft and malleable pads that help seal the canal closed until a bowel movement is necessary. These pads contain a network of small blood vessels. The lining of the intestines are covered with a very slimy mucus making the passage of wastes much easier. The seal stops the mucus from escaping.

    Hemorrhoids are not varicose veins!

    Most think that haemorrhoids are like a single varicose that has become swollen. This is far from the truth. A hemorrhoid is one of the soft pads that has slipped downwards. When this happens, the small blood vessels within the cushion become enlarged with blood and the cushion swells beyond its normal size. As wastes are passed along the swollen pad may be pushed further down the anal canal. Many times this pad can be forced outside the anus causing a prolapsed hemorrhoid.

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