Wednesday, March 20, 2013


Piles (hemorrhoids) Hemorrhoids Overview of normal vascular structures in the anal canal which help with stool control. They are. Pathological or known as piles when swollen or dilated veins in the lower rectum and anus are inflamedthey
They become swollen because of increased pressure in them, usually because of pressing think during defecation and during pregnancy, most people hemorrhoids are abnormal, they each. It is only when the hemorrhoidal cushions enlarge that hemorrhoids can cause problems and is considered abnormal or disease.
The symptoms of pathological hemorrhoids depend on the type present.
Internal hemorrhoids usually present on the upper side of the anal canal and can not be felt externally they are painless rectal bleeding associated
External hemorrhoids are at the lower end of the anal canal can be seen and felt connected to the outer edge of the anal canal with pain around the anus. What are the causes of hemorrhoids (piles)? The main causes of hemorrhoids are those that lead to stressful part of the anal canal as follows:
Irregular bowel habits (constipation or diarrhea),
Lack of exercise
Nutrition (low-fiber diet)
Increased intra-abdominal pressure (prolonged exercise)
Pregnancy causes the uterus pressing typically condition after giving birth
Obesityand sit for long periods of time.
What are the signs and symptoms of hemorrhoids (piles)? Hemorrhoids usually present with symptoms such as
Painless bleeding of bright red blood on the outside of the chair
Rectal itching
Rectal pain (often with external hemorrhoids)
As piles (hemorrhoids) diagnosed? Diagnosis of hemorrhoids. Usually the history and physical examination, visual inspection anus and surrounding areas may be able to diagnose external or prolapsed hemorrhoids. Rectal examination should be conducted to identify possible rectal tumors, polyps, prostate enlargement or abscesses. Sometimes anoscopy may need in case of internal hemorrhoids, as well as to exclude other diseases.