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HEMORRHOIDS or PILES,
colloquially HAEMORRHOIDS

from Gk. haimorrhoides, pl. of haimorrhois,
from haima ("blood") + rhoos ("a stream, a flowing")

There are 3 types of hemorrhoids - external, internal and pregnancy. Internal hemorrhoids are usually much less painful because of their location. If your stool is bright red with blood or you see signs of blood in the toilet bowl after a bowl movement, then there is a good chance that you have internal hemorrhoids.

Learn more on this problem...

:: What are the symptoms of external hemorrhoids?
:: How do internal hemorrhoids differ from external hemorrhoids?
:: How about pregnancy hemorrhoids?
:: What other conditions may feel like hemorrhoids?

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Handful of information found by Google

  • Rectal bleeding should be attributed to hemorrhoids only after more serious conditions are excluded.
  • Hemorrhoids or anal discomfort, which fails to respond to home treatment should be analysed and treated by a competent physician.
  • External haemorrhoids are painful swellings at the side of the anus, caused by rupture of an anal vein.
  • For internal hemorrhoids, your doctor may want to conduct an examination with a rubber-gloved finger.
  • Stool softeners or bulking agents (eg, psyllium) may correct constipation and straining, thus allowing hemorrhoids to resolve.
  • Lying down on your stomach or side instead of sitting may lessen the discomfort.
  • Modalities of unproven efficacy include laser destruction and various types of electrodestruction.
  • Internal hemorrhoids are usually much less painful because of their location.
  • Drink plenty of fluids. Drink eight to ten glasses of fluid (not alcohol) per day to soften and increase bulk in the stool.
  • Hemorrhoids may protrude beyond the anus. They bleed and may cause pain after defaecation due to an anal fissure (a break in the skin lining the anal canal).
  • One of the most important measures in treatment of hemorrhoids is a high fiber diet. Fiber retains water, making it easier for stools to pass and minimizing straining.
  • Less commonly, internal hemorrhoids cause mucus discharge and a sensation of incomplete evacuation, and external hemorrhoids cause difficulty in cleansing the anal region.
  • Drink plenty of fluids (except alcohol). Eight glasses of water a day is ideal.
  • If there is no significant internal component, hemorrhoidectomy is required. Infrequently, simple incision and evacuation of the clot may relieve pain rapidly.
  • There is no relationship between hemorrhoids and cancer.
  • Soothing preparations containing local anaesthetics and/or corticosteroids can be absorbed and may cause systemic effects; local anaesthetics may irritate the skin around the anus. For these reasons such preparations should not be used for prolonged periods; treatment should be directed towards avoiding precipitating factors for hemorrhoids, such as constipation.
  • Prolapsed hemorrhoids may become extremely painful, making it difficult to sit or pass your stool.
  • The symptoms of thrombosed external hemorrhoid include a very painful blood clot which causes swelling around the anus region.
  • Avoid scratching. This will make the problem worse.
  • External hemorrhoids can be itchy and painful, especially if a blood clot forms.

Hemerrhoids - books at Amazon

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The Official Patient's Sourcebook
on Hemorrhoids
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Put Hemorrhoids and Constipation
Behind You
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Crohn'S, Colitis, Hemorrhoids,
and Me


Useful free reports / patient education information (PDF format)

FACTS ABOUT HEMORRHOIDS
by the health professionals of Marquette General Health System

HEMORRHOIDS - Reducing the pain and discomfort
by The College of Family Physicians of Canada in cooperation with the American Academy of Family Physicians.

PROCEDURE FOR PROLAPSE AND HEMORRHOIDS
by Johnson & Johnson