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Hemorrhoidal Disease (Hemorrhoids)

What is Hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are called hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids.

If the hemorrhoid is located under the skin on the outer part of the skin around the anus, it is called external (external), and if it is located in the last part of the large intestine, which we call the rectum, it is called internal (internal) hemorrhoids.

What are the Causes of Hemorrhoids (Hemorrhoids)?

Hemorrhoid disease is usually;  pregnancy occurs with prolonged constipation or diarrhea, prolonged sitting on the toilet and straining during defecation.

According to the latest research;  It shows that the smooth muscles in the rectum tend to be tighter even at rest in people with hemorrhoids.

What are the Symptoms of Hemorrhoids (Hemorrhoids)?

  • Those with external (external) hemorrhoids;
  • Itching and discomfort around the anus,
  • Painful swelling located under the skin around the anus,
  • Pain in the area that increases especially with sitting
  • Blood in stool

Those with internal (internal) hemorrhoids;

  • Swelling hanging from the anus,
  • Wetness, itching around the breech
  • The feeling of not being able to relax after defecation can be listed as bleeding.

Generally, non-drooping internal hemorrhoids are not painful. But drooping internal hemorrhoids can cause pain and discomfort.

How Is Hemorrhoids Diagnosed?

The diagnosis of hemorrhoids is made with a detailed history, physical examination and some imaging methods.  Examination alone is usually sufficient for the diagnosis of external hemorrhoids.

Since internal hemorrhoids are very soft, they may not be detected by examination.  For this reason, it may be necessary to examine the rectum and other parts of the large intestine with an instrument called a colonoscopy with a camera at the end.

What are Hemorrhoids (Hemorrhoids) Treatment Methods?

External hemorrhoids usually do not require special treatment unless they cause discomfort to the patient.  Low-grade internal hemorrhoids can be treated with effective drugs and different non-surgical methods.  If these methods and drugs are not successful, if complications develop or if hemorrhoids are advanced, surgical treatment options are reviewed.

Different drug forms such as pills, suppositories and creams are used for medical drug treatment.  Low-grade hemorrhoids resistant to drug therapy, high-grade hemorrhoids, and hemorrhoids that cause complications such as suffocation and thrombosis are usually.

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