Hemorrhoids also known as plies are swollen veins around the anus or located inside the rectum (internal hemorrhoids) or spread outside of the anus (external hemorrhoids).  Mostly adults with an age of 50 years old experienced its symptoms.

Some of it are extreme itching and pain around the anus, fecal leakage, blood on the tissue after a bowel movement, and swelling lump near the anus. Even though Hemorrhoids are painful, it is not life threatening and will heal on their own even without a treatment. Its possible factors may include genetics, straining during a bowel movement, sitting a long period of time and complications from chronic constipation.

What is Hemorrhoids and its Treatments?
To diagnose hemorrhoids, doctors use different examinations to inspect the irregularity in the anus. The 1st process is called digital rectal exam. The doctor will use a glove and lubricated finger inside the rectum. If you feel unusual, they will use an additional test called sigmoidoscopy.  They will use a small camera to identify internal hemorrhoid. To prevent it, you need to avoid straining during a bowel movement and drink enough water. You can also consume foods that are high in good dietary fiber such as oatmeal, carrots, buckwheat and brown rice.

What to do if your Hemorrhoids already bleeding?

A highly experienced Dr Shawn Khodadadian who is also an owner of Manhattan Gastroenterology is advising people who have bleeding hemorrhoids to seek treatments before it gets worse. He is concern that they should not ignore these symptoms because it is essential to have a proper diagnosis and complete evaluation.

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If you have a rectal bleeding, you need to have an early diagnosis or else it will lead to a more serious condition like colorectal cancer. According to the expert, many are embarrassed to have medical care but there are ways to that can help. One of them is infrared coagulation which is a highly effective treatment. a small probe will use to expose the above area of the hemorrhoid via infrared light.

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