Hemorrhoids (also known as piles) have always been a very common ailment and, regardless of whether they prolapse or protrude (or form externally or internally), it is usually our lifestyle habits that cause them. Making small, but significant, changes is one of the best things you can do to improve your condition.
Some experts have said that four percent of the population suffers from hemorrhoids, and that over fifty percent of the US population will encounter the condition at some time during their life. Normally, past the age of thirty, hemorrhoids frequently occur and there are natural cures for this.
The problem is that piles are embarrassing, so most people do not talk about their condition and search for a remedy by themselves instead. Many look for store bought cures, ointments, suppositories, or anything else they can locate to ease their discomfort and pain. They do this in the hope that their hemorrhoid problem will vanish on its’ own – which it normally does not.
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Hemorrhoids are rectum blood vessels that have become swollen. Hemorrhoidal veins are on the lowest region of the anus and rectum. Occasionally, the vein walls stretch when they swell and become thin and aggravated by movements of the bowel. The condition come in 2 basic categories: internal hemorrhoids, which are inside the body, and external hemorrhoids, which protrude out from the body.
External hemorrhoids can be found beneath the anus’ skin. Internal hemorrhoids form inside the lower rectum and might prolapse, or protrude, through the anus. Many hemorrhoids that prolapse shrink back into the rectum of their own accord. Extremely prolapsed hemorrhoids might permanently protrude and need treatment.
It might be discomfort and pain which you encounter that causes you to notice the hemorrhoids, should they be protruding outside your body. Or, you might witness blood on the toilet paper or in the stool. If you notice blood coming out of the rectum directly, it is time to visit your GP immediately.
Here are some helpful life-style tips you can adopt to ease some of the itching, irritation and pain that you might be experiencing:
- Drink eight to ten glasses of h2o every day
- Have a warm sitz bath and sit up in the bath tub while bending your knees
- Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing
- Eat more fiber to make the stool looser
- Keep the area of the anus clean – rather than toilet paper, use wet wipes
- Take care not to sit or strain too long while you’re on the toilet
If your hemorrhoids do not heal over time, your GP might recommend surgery. Some hemorrhoid surgeries (like rubber band ligation) are quite straightforward, although your GP will determine the best treatment for you depending on the severity and type of your symptoms.
Recovery times will depend on the kind of surgery you have and how severe your hemorrhoids were originally. But, following surgery, do not expect to be able to carry out your usual daily activities until you are totally healed.
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