External Vs. Internal Hemorrhoids & How to
by Holly Hayden
I want to make a distinction for everyone who has
hemorrhoids on whether they have internal or external hemorrhoids.
External hemorrhoids are those which occur outside the
rectum and anal areas so that it's almost like a skin irritation and it can be
painful, itch, or even bleed. They can swell and with enough irritation, it can
lead to thrombosis. This is where a blood clot can develop
On the other hand, many people have internal hemorrhoids
and may see signs of bleeding on their stool but not feel so much pain, if any
at all. This means the hemorrhoid vein is developed inside the rectal areas.
There are less or no pain receptors depending on the exact location.
In the worse case scenario, internal hemorrhoids can be
stressed to the point that they prolapsed and this means it drips outside the
anus from gravity and swelling. One can generally push the prolapsed one back
but not always. In the grade 3 or grade 4 level hemorrhoids, it becomes very
One should also be aware of the type they suffer from
because they will know how to best use natural
hemorrhoid treatments for full elimination in the shortest time possible.
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