Everyone has hemorrhoids! Did you know that? Stuffed hemorrhoids are a nasty ailment and all in an unpleasant place. What are they actually, how does it arise and what can we do about it?
An average of 50% of the US population is confronted with hemorrhoids that have been set up. It is not at all something that needs to be shocked, but often this happens. That is why you will find below all information about this unpleasant condition.
What are hemorrhoids?
Everyone has hemorrhoids! Hemorrhoids are swelling bodies, also called tissues with blood vessels. These swelling bodies close the anus air and leak proof. When these hemorrhoids regularly come under high pressure as happened during a blockage or during hard pressing, the pressure in the blood vessels increases. This causes the hemorrhoids to set up and can cause itching and burning. We then speak of a hemorrhoid in the vernacular. Actually a false name. When we talk about hemorrhoids, we mean basically called hemorrhoids. For the sake of convenience, hemorrhoids are also discussed in the rest of this article.
Pregnant and hemorrhoids
How is it possible that so many pregnancies are associated with hemorrhoids? The growing pressure on the uterus creates extra pressure on the intestines. This can delay the bowel movement, which means that pregnant women often suffer from congestion and hard stools. And it is precisely these two things that often cause the development of hemorrhoids.
You may suffer from hemorrhoids without knowing it. You only notice it when the symptoms occur. What are the symptoms?
Pain and possibly. blood loss during bowel movements
Visible stripes of blood on the toilet paper when ‘cleaning’
Itching around the anus
Irritation around the anus
Burning sensation around the anus
Bumps on the wall of the anus
A sagging or bulging of one of the hemorrhoids, this sagging to outside the body.
Two types of hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids can be divided into 2 categories:
Internal hemorrhoids: these lie on top of the sphincter of the anus and are not very painful. They can come out with the stool. Then you can push them back in with your finger.
External hemorrhoids: when the hemorrhoids have dropped outside the anus, we speak of external hemorrhoids. This gives an uncomfortable pressure around the anus. The symptoms of pain and itching during the bowel movement then also occur.
To the doctor?
Because hemorrhoids often occur, it is not necessary to go directly to the doctor. You can often get rid of the complaints yourself with good care of hemorrhoids. In a number of cases it is advisable to go to a doctor. That is when there are chronic hemorrhoids, sudden severe pain around the anus, fever and regular blood in the stool.
There are various remedies and ointments available at the pharmacy or pharmacy against hemorrhoids and their care.
HemoClin Gel: for treatment of internal hemorrhoids. This gel directly relieves the symptoms by the cooling effect.
HemoClin Spray: this spray is ideal for external hemorrhoids. It is hygienic and easy to apply. This can be done at any time of the day. Can also be combined with the HemoClin Gel.
A. Bird hamamelis ointment: this ointment helps quickly and effectively in hemorrhoids without blood loss. After washing your bowel, you wash your anus with cold water and then apply the ointment. This hemorrhoid ointment contains only vegetable ingredients.