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Diagnosis Hemorrhoids

November 24, 2011

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Hemorrhoids have been diagnosed for decades, but the disease is misunderstood greatly. This is because most people don’t fully understand the area and the diseases that are associated with it. Over ten million people in the United States have been diagnosed with hemorrhoids. Almost a third of them seek medical treatment. The rate of serious […]

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Causes Of Hemorrhoids

November 22, 2011

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People with hemorrhoids have been stereotyped by the comics or comedians to be laughing stocks. That’s why fewer people with hemorrhoids tend to go to a doctor and have back irritations and pain sensations consulted by a specialist. Instead they just wait for the pain to subside and just worry about it some other time; […]

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Hemorrhoid Or Anal Fissure?

November 18, 2011

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Hemorrhoid or anal fissure. Either one is a very painful condition. Some people who have anal fissures think their pain is caused by hemorrhoids and some who have hemorrhoids mistakenly think they suffer from an anal fissue. Here we’ll try to explain the difference. An anal fissure is, simply stated, a small tear or cut […]

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Hemorrhoids. Causes, symptoms, prevention, treatment.

November 16, 2011

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Hemorrhoids, often called piles, are swollen and inflamed veins in and around the anus and lower rectum. They are much like varicose veins you might see on a person’s legs. Hemorrhoids are a very common health problem. Hemorrhoids cause serious problems in about 4% (over 10 million) of people in the United States. Prevalence of […]

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Understanding External Or Prolapsed Hemorrhoids

November 15, 2011

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Hemorrhoids are swollen and enlarged anal veins. They appear due to numerous causes such as sitting on the toilet too long, straining when passing a bowel movement, and they are sometimes caused by the strain and excess weight of a fetus during pregnancy. There are internal hemorrhoids and external, or prolapsed hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoids occur […]

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