What are Haemorrhoids
Types of Haemorrhoids
What are Haemorrhoids?
Haemorrhoidal cushions and haemorrhoids:
Haemorrhoids, often considered a taboo subject, are more common than most would think. In fact, haemorrhoidal cushions are present in everyone. The haemorrhoidal cushions swell to ensure proper closure of the anus. These cushions, however, only cause a problem when they enlarge. This occurs when the blood vessels in the haemorrhoidal tissue swell due to excessive pressure exerted on weakened tissue. A person would apply extra pressure during a bowel movement because of hard stools (constipation), pregnancy or a number of other causes.
Difference between internal and external haemorrhoids:
Though there are many differences between the internal and external haemorrhoids, the main difference is where they develop.
Internal haemorrhoids develop as a consequence of a rupture of blood vessels in the haemorrhoidal cushions whereas the causes of external haemorrhoids are not entirely certain. Furthermore, because there are fewer nerves on the inside of the anal canal, internal haemorrhoids are generally less painful and associated with itching, burning of the haemorrhoid and blood in the stool.
Internal Haemorrhoids are not frequently pushed out of the anus. These types of Haemorrhoids are called prolapsed haemorrhoids (internal haemorrhoids that have developed to a state where they come out of the anus). The infection of a haemorrhoid can cause serious complications.
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