Dear Dr. Mani,
I think I may have a hemorrhoid? But I'm not sure. What Is A Hemorrhoid And What Can I Do For It?
Thanks for the question.
Hemorrhoids or piles are swollen veins in the rectum. The walls of these blood vessels often become so thin that they swell and become painful.
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Hemorrhoids are one of the causes of rectal bleeding. While that sounds scary, it usually isn't. The hemorrhoid will eventually disappear in a few weeks and the skin will heal again.
Usually you cannot see the hemorrhoids as they are far enough in the rectum to be invisible. They also won't hurt much because there are not so many nerves in the area. Sometimes the hemorrhoid will collapse, and when it does, it hurts. A big pink bang will be seen. However, he will heal on his own.
An external hemorrhoid can develop a blood clot, making it purple or red. The clot can injure the itch or hurt even more. Once dissolved, he will still itch.
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Hemorrhoids occur when one exerts too much pressure on their perineal areas, especially when they are overweight or make heavy lifting regularly. Pregnant women also tend to develop them. People who have constipation or diarrhea will also suffer from hemorrhoids. The way to solve the problem is by eating more fiber, drinking more water and a little exercise, especially if you are overweight.
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You must not do it yourself. The hemorrhoid is not the same structure as the bud. This is a blood vessel. When it pops up, recovery becomes much more painful and time consuming. If necessary, consult a colorectal surgeon.
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So if you have a hemorrhoid, don't drop it. Just give it some time. A bath of Epsom salts, ice and natural creams are the best way to treat pain or itching. To prevent hemorrhoids, consider changing your diet.
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