HOW DO I KNOW THAT I HAVE HEMROIDS?
Hemroids is the most common ailment, which targets almost every individual at least ones in a lifetime. It has some visible signs that can be widely noticed by the sufferer. As these signs show on the most unreachable body part, sophisticated medical help is required to examine its less visible symptoms. Some of the initial Hemroids symptoms are as mentioned:
- Chronic swelling inside or outside the anal opening.
- Severe blood staining during bowel movement.
- Protruded varicose veins.
- Stiff sensations of itching and inflammation
The above mentioned symptoms are few visible signs of piles; its precise information is given below:
Swelling inside or outside anal opening
Hemroids is generally caused due to the formation of pressure and heat in anal veins that leads to the development of small lumps outside or inside the anal canal. As these lumps obstruct stool, which requires the sufferer to exert pressure thus leads to swelling inside the varicose veins. Hemroids target outside or inside the body at rectal canal opening thus any kind of swelling on the area is a common sign of Hemorrhoids.
Blood Stained Stool
It is surely the most visible symptom of piles as spots of blood comes through anal canal during bowel movement. The exaggerated pressure applied forces the veins to rapture thus releasing some blood directly from the anus. In severe cases blood may come out even when there is no bowel movement involved.
Protruded anal veins
In later critical stages, Hemorrhoid can stick out of the body in the form of tissues, mainly during bowel movement. As this stage of piles is the messiest one, it is the result of weakening of anal muscles due to the excessive pressure applied thus causes the veins to protrude out of their position. Constipation is the reason behind this stage as hard passing stool usually leads to this position of anal veins.
Itching and Inflammation
Formation of Hemroids causes itching, inflammation and painful sensations around the anal opening to the sufferer. The cause is the abnormal swelling of the veins in the anus and rectum, and the resultant pressure applied during bowel movement.