Every 1 out of 26 Americans or roughly 3.82% of the country’s population experiences a swollen and/or inflamed bowel irritation happening in their anus (either internally or externally). This is what most professionals call “Hemorrhoids). What are hemorrhoids in the first place? They are vascular structures in the anal canal pretty much assisting you when you excrete bodily waste every so often. With symptoms like rectal bleeding, swollen anus, and other unexplainable pain, hemorrhoid is considered to be one of the most painful experiences in one’s life.
Although there are only a few documented cases of deaths due to hemorrhoid infection, billions from around the world suffer from rectal pain and other known symptoms from this condition. In the US alone, there are a lot of people experiencing hemorrhoids but are quite unaware about their condition. There are two types of hemorrhoid for starters. You can either get it externally and/or internally. We will tackle the basic information on both and give out known treatment as well.
External hemorrhoids happen outside the anal verge (this is where your anal canal ends). To put it simple, the veins are draining the territory of the inferior rectal arteries, which are originally branches of the internal artery. Painful and usually being accompanied by swelling and irritation, external hemorrhoids can be really itchy, but this is usually because of skin irritation. If left untreated, it can evolve into Thrombosis.
Well obviously, this type of hemorrhoid occurs inside the rectum. Pretty much like external hemorrhoids, but due to the lack of pain receptors, internal hemorrhoids are usually not painful and most people are unaware of their conditions. What really hurts about internal hemorrhoids is the fact that irritation can happen any time and it may bleed profusely depending on the condition. If left untreated, it can lead to two severe forms of hemorrhoids: prolapsed and strangulated hemorrhoids. Prolapsed can go to extreme levels that you can visibly see the anal wall can be seen outside your anus, while strangulated hemorrhoids can experience spasms and it can trap a prolapsed hemorrhoid outside the anal opening, making the supply of blood in this region cut off.
ANULEAF AD – It is non surgical, and pretty much the most natural way to treat this condition. Use Anuleaf at the onset of pain to help prevent full-blown attacks
RUBBER BANDING – The procedure usually takes 5-10 minutes depending on the situation, it may or may not require you to have bed rest for a maximum of 3 days. This procedure is often prescribed to hemorrhoid patients.
INFRARED COAGULATION – One of the fastest and less painful procedures out on the market today, it usually takes 30 seconds – 3 minutes and may require you to have bed rest for at least a day. This procedure is encouraged but only a handful can afford this kind of treatment.
STAPLED HEMORRHOID – If the condition is present via the anus, this procedure is recommended as it will help minimize the visibility of the disease. The procedure usually takes 15 minutes – 3 hours and can put you to bed rest for a minimum of 1 to 10 days.
CONVENTIONAL HEMORRHOIDECTOMY – As the name suggests, it will remove the excess tissue leaving your body to a brand new-ish feel. The Procedure takes 45 minutes to 3 hours depending on your condition, and bed rest is heavily advised for 10-14 days.
With proper Hemorrhoid Treatment treatment, you can overcome this condition with ease.