Hemorrhoids are abnormally swollen veins in the rectum and anus. They
are much like varicose veins you might see on a person's legs. When
bulging hemorrhoidal veins are irritated, they cause surrounding
membranes to swell, burn, itch, become very painful, and bleed.
Hemorrhoids are caused by too much pressure in the rectum, forcing blood
to stretch and bulge the walls of the veins, sometimes rupturing them.
Listed below are the most frequent causes of hemorrhoids:
Straining with bowel
on the toilet for a long time
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are two kinds of hemorrhoids: internal and external.
Internal hemorrhoids usually don't hurt or itch; you can't feel them
because they are deep inside the rectum. Internal hemorrhoids are pretty
harmless. But since their bleeding could mask blood from a dangerous
source like colorectal cancer, they should be treated.
External hemorrhoids cause most of the symptoms we commonly hear about
--- pain, burning, and itching. If an external hemorrhoid becomes
strangulated (cut off from blood supply), a clot can form in it and
become an excruciatingly painful thrombosed hemoroid. Because of these
unpleasant symptoms, external hemorrhoids get the most treatment
Once the rectal veins have been stretched out and hemorrhoids created,
they are difficult to get rid of completely and tend to recur with less
straining than it took to cause them in the first place. Fortunately,
Venapro along with good habits can control hemorrhoids, and surgery is
only recommended in unusually severe cases.
1. Use Venapro as directed!
2. If your main job activity is seated, always stand or walk during your
breaks. Make it a point to stand and walk at least 5 minutes every hour
and try to shift frequently in your chair to avoid direct rectal
3. Always exhale as you strain or lift. Don't hold your breath.
4. Control coughing, diarrhea and constipation with early treatment
since hemorrhoids may soon follow.
5. Make a rule: No reading or other relaxing activity while on the
toilet. If bowel movements take longer than 3-5 minutes, something is
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