Hemorrhoids are painful diseases in which the tissues of the anus become swollen. In fact, there are some veins in the anus internally. Whose work is to draw blood back, but sometimes these veins become swollen due to any pressure and then this causes the problem of hemorrhoids.
Constipation usually puts pressure on these veins, causing them to swell or become infected. In fact, they perform a gentle regurgitation, so that there is no difficulty in expelling the bowel.
Hemorrhoids are a very common disease, but most people are reluctant to consult a doctor for treatment. A conservative estimate is that about 75% of people suffer from hemorrhoids. Common causes of the disease include constipation, diarrhea, prolonged sedentary work, unbalanced diet, excessive consumption of heavy, poultry, sour, and greasy foods, and overeating.
In addition, people who sit for long periods of time or lose a lot of weight for defecation also often suffer from this disease. If treated in time, the disease can be easily controlled. In addition, the disease is hereditary and can be passed from parents to children.
Hemorrhoids during pregnancy are a common medical problem in women. In fact, as the baby grows in the mother’s womb, the uterine pressure builds up on the surrounding blood vessels. That is causing the blood to stop flowing, and this blockage of the blood pressure puts pressure on the veins to cause hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids go away on their own after childbirth, but in some cases can become a permanent illness.
Hemorrhoids are usually divided into two types, one called internal and the other external. Internal hemorrhoids spread to the inside of the anus, while the outer hemisphere is limited to the edges of the anus. Sometimes in hemorrhoids, the ducts also come out through the rectum. If there is bleeding from them, it is often called bloody hemorrhoids and if there is no bleeding, it is called hemorrhoids.
When the ducts come out, it is called “prolapsed” in medical terms. However, the common symptoms of hemorrhoids are stiffness around the anus, pain, irritation, and itching, with or after bowel movements. Come out in a bunch and so on. Sometimes the patient feels heaviness in the anus all the time despite the bowel movement.
In hemorrhoids, the ducts become dark blue and there is no pain, but more or less bleeding occurs before or after the discharge, while external hemorrhoids are painful. However, in internal hemorrhoids, when blood clots form in the arteries, there is severe pain and surgery is inevitable.
Note that the pain is usually caused by Fissure and Fistula Anal. Hemorrhoids are diagnosed with a small instrument. Most patients with hemorrhoids use home remedies, such as vegetables and fruits, which prevent constipation but are a temporary treatment.
In addition, frequent use of plain water keeps the waste soft. However, in modern times an “elastic band” treatment is used for hemorrhoids, in which the patient does not have any discomfort or needs to be anesthetized. In addition, different types of injections are given to cure the disease.
However, the elastic band treatment is much easier and longer lasting. Also, there are several precautions to take to prevent hemorrhoids. For example, use a balanced diet and water, do not sit for long periods of time, be careful with spicy foods, and fried foods, and do light exercise daily. Hence, any hesitation to see a doctor can make the disease worse.