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Piles Anal Fissure Hemorrhoids Pictures Images

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Hemorrhoids Pictures & Images

Pictures of external, internal, prolapsed, thrombosed hemorrhoids and anal/ rectal fissure. The pictures and images here will show you how hemorrhoids look like. To see real photos of hemorrhoid, please search below.

People only become aware of piles when they bleed or there is pain. Piles are also known as hemorrhoids or rectal lumps. Piles are actually a rather common condition. What happens is that there will be swollen veins around the lower end which are caused by increased pressure. The most common cause of piles or hemorrhoids is straining during bowel movement.

Initially, piles do not hurt. That only happens when infection sets in. So do not neglect any bleeding from the anus, however slight it may be. Bleeding may be the first sign of cancer of the colon. Sometimes, because of the engorgement, there may be a little mucus discharge. This causes itching, which is when a person should visit the doctor to find out the cause.


Anal Fissure Pictures

Anal Fissure Pictures


Anal fissure occurs when anal tissue is damaged during a hard and dry bowel movement which tears the anal lining and forming a small tear in the lining of the anus.

Prolapsed Internal Hemorrhoids Pictures

Prolapsed Internal Hemorrhoids Pictures

Prolapsed Internal hemorrhoids can protrude outside the anus, where they appear as small, grape-like masses causing severe pain.

Thrombosed External Hemorrhoids Pictures

Thrombosed External Hemorrhoids Pictures

Thrombosed or clotted hemorrhoid is when a vein inside the external hemorrhoid break, blood may poor under the skin forming a hard, painful lump. Thrombosed hemorrhoids are basically external hemorrhoids but worse. External hemorrhoids can become thrombosed when blood clots develop inside the lump itself. This makes the lump extremely tender. Large blood clots can be very painful during bowel movement, walking or even sitting.

External Hemorrhoids Pictures

External Hemorrhoids Pictures

External hemorrhoids occur towards the tail of the anus. External hemorrhoids cause most of the hemorrhoid symptoms we commonly hear about such as pain, burning, and itching. An external hemorrhoid is usually a form of hemorrhoids outside of the anus. Swollen veins will form a lump around the anal opening and if a blot clot develops, the lump will become a thrombosed hemorrhoid. This is extremely painful and one of the most obvious signs of hemorrhoid.

Internal Hemorrhoids Pictures

Internal Hemorrhoids Pictures

Internal hemorrhoids occur deeper in the anus and can cause painless bleeding with bowel movement. Internal Hemorrhoid Symptoms. Internal hemorrhoids are a lot less painful and thus its symptoms are harder to detect. This form of hemorrhoids is less painful because of the lack of nerve endings inside your anal canal. The basic symptom of internal hemorrhoids is itchiness. Another good sign of internal hemorrhoids is a slight bleeding (you’ll be able to see some blood on toilet paper or in your toilet bowl) after a visit to the toilet.

Regardless of the causes of hemorrhoids, you should seek treatment immediately because hemorrhoid rarely heal by itself (hemorrhoids may subside and disappear it is bound to recur). Hence, you should use a hemorrhoid cure that can help you get rid of hemorrhoids permanently once and for all! The 100% Natural Hemorrhoid Treatment Solution. Fast, painless & drug free.


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When you suffer from hemorrhoids, your rectal veins become bulged, dilated and at times, inflamed. (That's why you can feel a lump and experience pain in the anal area). As a result, the walls become thin and you may bleed. And if it continues, the veins may protrude.

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