Hemorrhoids: Uncomfortable bowel movements

Swollen veins near the rectum and anus are called
hemorrhoids. The walls of the blood vessels have been stretched so thin that
the veins start to bulge, become swollen, and cause irritation. This
uncomfortable feeling is especially prevalent when you have a bowel movement. This
can cause rectal bleeding. In most cases, hemorrhoids do go away on their own.

There are two types of hemorrhoids:

  1. Internal hemorrhoids: A person is not able to
    see them or feel them because they are very far inside the rectum. They are
    also hard to feel because there are few pain sensing nerves in that area. Bleeding
    could be the …read more

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