Vaginal Hemorrhoids?

(Last Updated On: August 9, 2020)

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Vaginal Hemorrhoids or Rectal Hemroids.

Many people have misconceptions and outright wrong information on vaginal

hemorrhoids confusing them with rectal hemorrhoids.

Vaginal hemorrhoids is a case of mistaken identity, that most female

teenagers and adults should know about, and in some extent males with

wives suffering with this condition.

Hemorrhoids are a health condition that takes place around the rectal or

anal area. They happen because of the origin of the blood circulation to

that area – there’s a large cushion of veins around the anal duct that is

intended to aid in a smooth bowel movement, but because of their origin,

they are very susceptible to inflammation changing their natural shape and

size with blood, particularly if there is something going on inside the

body such as constipation, diarrhea, or pregnancy that causes tension.

This leads to hemorrhoids, similar to varicose veins, are simply blood

vessels that have been engorged and stretched for a prolonged time.

This usually happens in the rectal area since the connective tissue that

surrounds them is quite squishy and supple.

A Case Of Mistaken Identity

Blood vessels in the vaginal area are not likely to have the room to

inflame swell, since the connective tissue is quite strong and flexible –

it will normally push the blood vessels back into its normal size and

shape. Thus, vaginal hemorrhoid does not exist, in its strictest sense

of the term hemorrhoids.

Since hemorrhoids can appear externally around the rectal area, it is

probable that they may appear near enough to the vagina to appear like

they grew there. Most medically-trained professional may refer to them as

vaginal hemorrhoids.

There are certain health conditions that give birth to bulges or tags

around the vaginal area, which can be likely to be confused with

hemorrhoids because of their appearance, like vaginal warts that are well

known in the medical community. If you have discovered such type of

abnormal growths, in the vagina, it is very essential to consult your

doctor for proper diagnosis, as it can be fairly difficult to distinguish


As well, in some rare cases, if you ignore the condition of vaginal

hemorrhoids, your life and your partner's life my be in danger, as well as

your ability to have children.

Internal hemorrhoids can often occur as prolapsed that means they are

trapped outside the opening, somehow, causing a prolapsed of the opening.

It is very possible for the vagina to prolapse, though that’s typical in

older women, and is not linked to hemorrhoids in any way.

If you have discovered something that you think is a hemorrhoid near the

vagina, it is almost specifically something else, another kind of health

condition, and you need to have a proper clinical diagnosis to determine

what it is, particularly if it is painful, irritated, or bleeding.

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