Hemorrhoids are essentially varicose veins that form in your rectum or anus because of the pressure exerted on that part of your body. They often swell, bleed and eat, which can be uncomfortable and difficult to manage. Hemorrhoids are usually not a serious condition, but people on anticoagulants and people with cirrhosis of the liver may experience prolonged and significant bleeding. Fortunately, there are many different ways to get rid of hemorrhoids and prevent them from coming back.
This means drinking at least 6-8 glasses of water a day and increasing dietary fiber by eating whole grains, vegetables and fruits and taking a softener or fiber supplement if necessary. Rarely, important or symptomatic haemorrhoids may need to be removed surgically. After treatment with haemorrhoids, it is important to prevent recurrence by keeping the stool soft so that it passes without pressure or force.
Most haemorrhoids disappear spontaneously or with simple measures. These measures include the elimination of tension, and the treatment of hard stools or constipation with increased fluids, the addition of a greater amount of fiber in the diet or taken as fiber supplements and softeners or lubricants for stool. Soaking the affected area in a warm bath or using a sitz bath are also very effective.
Internal hemorrhoids can be identified on the external examination if they go beyond effort or can be detected during a test with a flexible or rigid tube with a light and a camera that is inserted so that the doctor can see the inside of the anal canal and get off the rectum. Alternatively, your doctor may insert a small plastic speculum to examine the rectum. The speculum is called anoscope and the flexible tube is a sigmoidoscope.
Some contain Pale Balm to which some people may be allergic. A number of in-office procedures may be performed. Although generally safe, rare serious side effects such as perianal sepsis can occur. A number of surgical techniques can be used if conservative management and simple procedures fail. All surgical treatments are associated with some degree of complicationns including bleeding, infection, anal steroids and urinary retention, due to the proximity of the rectum to the nerves that feed the bladder.
I can sometimes feel touched outside my anus and I love that too, but again, I am often symptomatic and so embarrassed that I rarely allow it. I enjoy anal stimulation and anal sex, but it will not happen until I can improve my appearance and feel better. I simply can not stand anyone who sees ugly bumps in the size of small grapes during intimacy, be it PIV sex or anal sex, because of the pain and embarrassment.
Rotha therapy. The symptoms come back frequently several years later, but can usually be treated with an extra ligature. The most common complication of ligation is pain. However, bleeding one or two weeks after ligation or bacterial infection in the surrounding tissues surrounding the hemorrhoids cellulitis may occur. There are several treatments that use heat to destroy the hemorrhoidal tissues, and promote inflammation and scarring, including the vast majority of patients can manage their symptomatic hemorrhoids with non-surgical techniques.
They result from increased pressure on the anus. This can happen during pregnancy or childbirth and because of constipation. The pressure causes swelling of the normal anal veins and tissue. This tissue can bleed, often during bowel movements. Hemorrhoids can be caused by Straining during bowel movementsConstipatiHemorrhoids can be inside or outside the body. Internal hemorrhoids occur just inside the anus, at the beginning of the rectum.
I had anal sex twice and loved it. I still want to have anal sex, but both times I was terribly shy. I had prepared a little before, especially mentally. I do not believe in doing enemas or anything crazy to have sex. I chose the exact times based on when I went to the bathroom for the last time. It's been four years since all the stars are aligned which means that I'm ready, my husband is ready, my mind is ready and I have not had any difficult stool since 18 hours and that I am desperate to do it again.
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