What do hemorrhoids feel like
The pains in the anal area betray hemorrhoids. However, many people concerned do not dare to talk to their doctor: it is, however, a widespread affection.
The enlarged hemorrhoids are unpleasantly felt. Typical signs are painful stools, bleeding from the anus, but also oozing, itching, and burning.
The symptoms in detail
Pain varies and is characterized by discomfort, moderate pain, tension, heaviness, tingling in the anus and weight. This pain can occur voluntarily during a period before menstruation in women. During a stool issue, there may be this pain. Its intensity can hinder the individual when walking and may be severe.
Bleeding may not be severe regardless of intensity and duration, but is a way to identify hemorrhoids in a person. These bleeds consist of red blood and are not an excessive amount, but they are less abundant. Bleeding may occur at the end of an exoneration, or in underwear, in the bowl or on toilet paper. Prolapse, on the other hand, is manifested during the efforts of the defecation. It is characterized by a descent into the anal canal and by externalization of hemorrhoidal bundles.
When hemorrhoids progress over time, they can become complicated with pain that becomes frequent and chronic and even with anal itching that is painful and difficult to bear. Before defecating, the patient feels pain in the anus and defecation is disrupted. The latter has very often false-needs (feels the desire to go defecate, but the finish does not find anything when it goes to the saddle).
Pain and bleeding are at the center of the symptoms.
Hemorrhoids can cause no signs or conversely manifest themselves essentially by three signs: pain, bleeding, prolapse.
The pain is very variable:
It may be a feeling of discomfort, moderate pain, heaviness, tension, weight or tingling in the anus.
It occurs readily in the pre-menstrual period in women. It can be triggered during the stool or control effort of one or more hemorrhoidal bundles
The intensity of the pain can be very severe, hindering walking and sitting in case of internal or external hemorrhoidal thrombosis, strangulation or other condition (fissure, abscess …).
Bleeding is typically red blood and generally not abundant as opposed to the impression they give. Bleeding occurs at the end of the exoneration, on the toilet paper, in the bowl or in the underwear.
Whatever the duration and intensity, the bleeding is not in itself a sign of gravity but must remain an alarm and lead to consulting a doctor.
Prolapse is the descent into the anal canal and the externalization of one or more hemorrhoidal bundles.
It can occur during the effort of defecation, and reintegrate easily and spontaneously or not, its place.
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External hemorrhoids: the first type of hemorrhoids
External hemorrhoids manifest themselves more obviously. They appear at the orifice of the anus which is characterized by swelling, its complication may be in hemorrhoidal thrombosis which means the formation of a blood clot in a dilated vein. With the many nerve and sensitive fibers in the anal area, external hemorrhoids are more delicate than internal hemorrhoids.
They are followed by bulging, pain, irritation and itching and there are several signs that can deceive on the appearance of external hemorrhoids. The consultation of a health professional is indicated to make an appropriate and clear diagnosis.
Internal hemorrhoids: the second type of hemorrhoids
Internal hemorrhoids are the most common. It must be remembered that any individual or living being on this earth may have internal hemorrhoid. Internal hemorrhoids can be caused by simple bleeding that is recurrent. This is the first sign of internal hemorrhoids.
In addition, four different levels or degrees can be distinguished in the case of internal hemorrhoids:
The first degree is characterized by a slight and simple bulge of the anal canal, but which remains normal. The second degree is characterized by an exordium of prolapse of these internal hemorrhoids and which is still simplifiable and when there is more effort, hemorrhoids find a reason to leave the anal canal and hello pains (sometimes). The third degree of internal hemorrhoids is characterized by a permanent prolapse and both internal and external hemorrhoids contract. As for the fourth and last degree, it is characterized by the constant externalization of the internal hemorrhoidal tissue towards the anusthis in the form of hemorrhoid which is prolapsed. They cause discomfort, bleeding and oozing.
Even though they may be plentiful, you need to consult a doctor to rule out more serious origins, such as cancer!
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