Hemorrhoids and enlarged rectal veins
Hemorrhoids, in the rectum, occur when the veins are not returning enough blood back to the heart. When this happens, the vein walls do not receive enough oxygen and release a substance into the bloodstream that causes them swell and become inflamed. This kind of inflammation weakens them as well as their more likely to break when they are rubbed, such as during a bowel movement.
Your Own Stools are Hard, You Have a Higher Chance of Breaking a Swelling Vein
For this reason getting your stools softer is one step in clearing your hemorrhoids. You can do this by eating a diet and using cures that help relieve constipation. Hemorrhoids, which are enlarged or swelling can exist,
On the inside just above the muscle that closes the anus and in to to the rectum. They are close to the top of the rectum mucus membrane layer On the outside, they occur on the skin that surround the anus and protrude or hang outward.
- A way, hemorrhoids can be considered spider veins of the rectum.
- Just like varicose veins in the thighs, the rectum veins become enlarged and come to the skin surface and bulge out.
- Hemorrhoids occur when you are constipated for very long periods, sit for long hours, lift heavy items, or are pregnant.
You're Constipated, You're Probably Having a Hard Time Having a Bowel Movement
And when you do, the stools are usually small, hard, and dry. If you have to push and strain or lay on the toilet for 10-15 minutes, then expect to have hemorrhoids at some point. Two to three minutes is all you normally need to have a natural bowel movement.
Over 85% of the Population Has Hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids tend to be a sign that fecal matter is not passing through your colon like it should. Simple hemorrhoids are not dangerous to your health, but hemorrhoids that have been building for a while may cause you some distress, such as, Mucous discharge.
Rectal Bleeding information, causes, symptoms and treatments
Dr. Erin Dettrey of Gastroenterology Associates of York (www.gastroyork.com) explains causes, symptoms and diseases associated with rectal bleeding, ...
Bleeding showing up in your stools or dripping into the toilet water Itching on the outside of the rectum Pain in the rectum area and during a bowel movements Soreness in the rectum area, when you take a seat Soft bulging area in the rectum or anus that give you a sensation that something is actually there.
See your doctor if your hemorrhoids are painful, have excess bleeding, or stools have change in color from medium brown to be able to dark brown or black.
- Just be aware of any growth in the rectum, bleeding during a bowel movement, and a change in your stools color.
- Then take action to be able to take care of these changes.
Rudy Silva has a Physics degree from the University of San JoseCalifornia and is a natural Nutritionist. He writes a newsletter called 'natural-remedies-thatwork.com' and he has written an ebook called 'How to Relieve Your Constipation with 77 NaturalRemedies.' You can get more information on this ebook and more hemorrhoid cures at this site.http://www.hemorrhoid-remedies.for--you.info.
About the author:Rudy Silva has a Physics degree from the University of San JoseCalifornia and it is a Natural Nutritionist. He writes a newsletter called 'natural-remedies-thatwork.com' and he's got written an ebook called 'How to relieve Your Constipation with 77 NaturalRemedies.' You can get more information on this ebook and more hemorrhoid treatments at this site.http://www.hemorrhoid-remedies.for--you.info.
Crystal is a writer at utibloodinurine.info, a site about alternative natural health. Last year, Crystal worked as a advertising guru at a news web site. When she's not sourcing new content, Crystal loves painting and rafting.