Hemorrhoids/ Hemoroid

Hemorrhoids also called piles are swelling and inflammation of veins in the anus and lower rectum. Hemorrhoids may result from convulsions when defecate or from the increased pressure on the veins during pregnancy. Hemorrhoids may be in the rectum (hemorrhoids in), or may develop under the skin around the anus (external hemorrhoids)

Hemorrhoids are a common disease. At age 50, about half of adults have to deal with the irritation, discomfort and bleeding that can signal the presence of hemorrhoids.

Fortunately, there are several effective options for treating hemorrhoids. Most people can be relieved from symptoms using home treatments and lifestyle changes.


Signs and symptoms of hemorrhoids include:

- The pain is accompanied by bleeding when defecating-sufferers may notice a bit of fresh blood on toilet tissue or toilet hole.

- Itching or irritation of the anal area

- Pain or discomfort

- Swelling around the anus

- Lump near the anus, which may be sensitive and sore

- Leakage dirt

Hemorrhoidal symptoms usually depends on the place. Internal hemorrhoids are inside the rectum. Patients usually can not see or feel these hemorrhoids, and usually does not cause any discomfort. However, pressure or irritation when bowel movements can damage the delicate surface and cause bleeding hemorrhoids.

At any given moment, the emphasis and encourage internal hemorrhoids rectal through the door. This is known as a protrusion or in prolap hemorrhoids can cause pain and irritation. External hemorrhoids are under the skin around the anus. When irritated, external hemorrhoids can itch or bleed. Sometimes blood can be assembled in an external hemorrhoids and form a clot (thrombus), resulting in tremendous pain, swelling, and inflammation.

Causes & Risk Factors


The blood vessels around the anus tend to stretch and pressure may be prominent and swollen. The blood vessels were swollen hemorrhoidal-to-develop from increased pressure in the lower rectum. Factors that might cause increased pressure include:

- Convulsions when defecate

- Sit for a long time in the toilet

- Chronic diarrhea or constipation

- Overweight (Obesity)

- Pregnancy

- Relate to anal

Also possible to inherit a tendency to grow the hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are more likely to come when people get older because the cells that support blood vessels in the rectum and anus can weaken and stretch.