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Hemorrhoid Causes

Although when the sight of blood on toilet tissue or in the bowl can be alarming, usually it’s a simple matter of bleeding hemorrhoids which can be easily diagnosed and treated. Like it or not, hemorrhoids are a fact of life and can be a source or embarrassment and/or pain, but rarely lead to anything more serious. If you need the lowdown on what causes the condition, its symptoms and what measures you can take to relieve the condition through medication and diet, read on. This is a comprehensive, in-depth look at bleeding hemorrhoids and – most importantly – how to recognize the difference between mere bleeding hemorrhoids and more serious issues of anal bleeding and hemorrhage because no one should sit still and ignore the problem.

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Hemorrhoids are one of the most common ailments known to man. The majority of the worlds population will suffer from hemorrhoids at some point in their lives. By the time a person is fifty they will have a sixty five percent chance of developing some form of hemorrhoids. The older we are,  the more likely [...]

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Bleeding from the rectum in females after a bowel movement can be a frightening experience. Initially panic and fear might lead one to think there may be a serious condition because blood in the stool is not a natural occurrence and may require immediate medical attention. Fortunately, it is usually something very simple and benign, [...]

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Hemorrhoid causes can be as diverse as hemorrhoid symptoms, ranging from diet to hypertension. Basically, hemorrhoids are caused by too much pressure on the veins in the pelvic and rectal area. With pressure, the veins in the rectum become swollen and inflamed. This pressure can be traced to many sources: Straining to have a bowel [...]

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