Hemorrhoids are one of the normal structures of the body that are essential for the normal function of stool excretion and maintaining control over excretion. Hemorrhoids are the 3 number of vascular cushions that are located in the right end of the intestine and in the anus outlet, which is covered with natural intestinal mucosa.
These pads naturally make up about 15 of the stool control process. Hemorrhoids or hemorrhoids are abnormal enlargement of these cushions, which can lead to symptoms that people call hemorrhoids.
Causes that cause symptoms include clot formation or thrombosis inside the hemorrhoid cushion, which causes swelling and pain around the anus, second, large hemorrhoid cushions leaving the anus, and failure to re-enter them leading to pain and painful mass again. It revolves around the anus, and the next issue is bleeding when excreted, which is a common symptom of hemorrhoids. Patients with long haemorrhoids and prolonged (usually protruding) hemorrhoids usually suffer from fluid and anal discharge, which occurs due to the outflow of the intestinal mucosa, which causes permanent discharge in this area.
Causes of Hemorrhoids :
Prolonged constipation that results in prolonged exertion during excretion is the most likely cause of hemorrhoids. Pregnancy is also a contributing factor to hemorrhoids.
Hemorrhoids treatment :
There are many treatments available for hemorrhoids, depending on the severity of the disease and the patient and the underlying factors that can be used to improve the symptoms.
Modify your diet and lifestyle and increase physical activity
Using laxatives to improve excretory habits
Outpatient procedures such as rhubarb or laser or infrared
Surgery with the usual method of hemorrhoid removal
Hemorrhoidopathy surgery using stapler
Hemorrhoidal artery occlusion using HAL Doppler technique