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Internal Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoid/Hemorrhoids are enlarge or bulging veins of the rectum and anus. It is caused by pressure in the rectal veins. It is just like swollen blood vessels. The main problem is straining to move stool. There are many causes of hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids like diarrhea, heavy lifting, childbirth, constant sitting. Internal hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids problems come when the pressure of internal hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids veins increased. Straining to move stool, obesity, and a high-fat, low-fiber diet is the main factor which can increase internal hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids. The common treatment is changed food and bowel habits. In some cases the changes do not relief the patient then surgery is recommended.


There are four stages of internal hemorrhoids:

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Stage 1: When hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids do not stick out from anus, it is usually painless. In this stage only discomfort during bowel movements, bleeding can come sometimes.
Stage 2: In the second stage it moves away back inside after bowel movement without help, bleeding more common.
Stage 3: In this case hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids protrude from anus but can not move away without help and must be pressed back inside, bleeding is quit habitually.
Stage 4: In the fourth stage, it can lead to very painful condition called incarcerated hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids; only one solution is hemorrhoid/hemorrhoid surgery.


What are the symptoms of internal hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids? Internal hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids are swollen and inflamed veins around the anus or lower rectum. There are lots of groups of veins around the rectum and anus -- one group of veins is known as internal hemorrhoidal veins, other are known as external hemorrhoidal. The main cause of internal hemorrhoid/hemorrhoids is increased pressure on internal hemorrhoidal veins. There are lots of causes of increased pressure on internal hemorrhoidal veins:

  • Straining to move stool, or other poor bowel habits such as sitting for long periods
  • Pregnancy, Aging, Chronic constipation or diarrhea
  • Anal intercourse, Cirrhosis
  • Obesity
  • A high-fat, low-fiber diet.