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The Causes, Symptoms and Treatments for Bleeding Internal Hemorrhoids

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1.. Causes and Symptoms of Bleeding Internal Hemorrhoids


2.. Treatments and Relief for Bleeding Internal Hemorrhoids



1.. Causes and Symptoms of Bleeding Internal Hemorrhoids

Any time an internal hemorrhoid gets traumatized, either by rough wiping or the passing of a hard, rough stool, it can start to bleed. The bright red blood can appear in the toilet bowl, on the stool, on the toilet paper, or even in underwear.

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On occasion, the bleeding can get so severe that you develop an iron deficiency, also known as anemia. The bleeding can even get so bad that it covers the entire toilet bowl, as happened to a relative of mine who'd contracted malaria during World War II. Due to the malaria his liver was so bad that he couldn't safely risk hemorrhoidectomy to cure his severely bleeding internal hemorrhoids.

However, this is something of a worst case scenario. Most people only suffer slight bleeding from their internal hemorrhoids, when they bleed at all.

Diarrhea/diorhea is occasionally a cause of internal hemorrhoid bleeding if you wipe too hard or too often after passing the loose stools, so do take care to not exacerbate the problem.

Most internal hemorrhoids produce bright red blood. Darker or clotted blood indicates bleeding from much farther up in the anorectal canal and frequently indicates far more serious disorders, such as colon cancer, and typhoid fever. Any anal bleeding should be checked out by a doctor to ensure proper diagnosis instead of being arbitrarily classified as internal hemorrhoid bleeding.

A doctor's examination will probably include a great deal of discussion, so be sure to note all of your symptoms down before you go so you don't forget any. In addition to the discussion, your doctor may wish to perform a visual examination of the area. He or she might even suggest a sigmoidoscopy which is an extensive anorectal exam where an approximately 25 inch tube is inserted, allowing the doctor to visually examine further up the rectum.

Colonoscopy is the most intensive and thorough form of examination, and sends a camera up into the large intestine. This is occasionally the only way to find many of the severe health disorders that can mimic internal hemrrhoid bleeding.

Why do internal hemorrhoids bleed a lot? Well, hemorrhoids are basically varicose veins. Whenever the wall of a blood vessel is torn, quite a lot of bleeding will generally result, and seeing as varicose veins are, by definition, so full of blood that they've swollen you can imagine what naturally results.

2.. Treatments and Relief for Bleeding Internal Hemorrhoids

While there are quite a number of available treatments for bleeding internal hemorrhoids, we've narrowed it down to the most common and effective remedies here:

The first effective treatment is to keep bowel movements soft and bulky. The related overall hemorrhoid treatment means getting both more fiber and more water into your daily diet. Fiber is found in whole grain foods, such as bread and muesli, fresh fruits and vegetables, whole seeds and beans. There are a few dietary supplements as well, such as wheat bran, rice bran and corn bran, all of which are added to batters or on top of cereals.

However, if you are on a high fibre diet and your stools are small and hard, it is possible you may need to cut back on the fibre. Too much fibre can cause constipation, which can cause hemroids to become damaged and to bleed as a result.   Always drink plenty of water along with high fiber, as the fiber will absorb the water and make the stool much softer and easier to pass.

If you add more fiber to your diet and you find that your bowel movements are hard, small and miserable to pass, you may have to either take in more water to get up to the usual eight glasses per day. If you're already doing that, cutting back a bit on the fiber would probably be a good idea. Excessive amounts of fiber can lead to constipation, which can both cause hemorrhoids and traumatize them, which makes them bleed.

Once you've implemented the necessary dietary changes, the next place to look for bleeding internal hemorrhoid treatment is the variety of prescription creams, suppositories, or doctor-administered injections developed to treat them. These medications work to coagulate the blood and allow healing to begin while the medication is working, but they frequently need to be reapplied.

More available and effective treatments can be found within the plant kingdom. There are quite a few herbs and especially herbal essential oils that are available on the market today to help. It's important to be careful when investigating this area though, as quality controls and proper research are equally important to effectiveness.

You might find an article on the Internet that seems to say that cypress essential oil is a highly effective treatment to stop bleeding from internal hemorrhoids. However, I researched this article carefully and found that the author intended to say the opposite.

A particular type of geranium, Pelargonium, is currently under investigation to treat bleeding hemrorhoids, but I haven't found any studies yet regarding its use or safety for internal hemorrhoids. If anyone finds a clinical study, reliable website, or cited article on it, I invite you to point me to it.

Always remember that using herbal treatments for bleeding internal hemorrhoids, prolapsed or not, carries the same sorts of risk of bad interactions and potential side effects as using any medication.

And of course, it goes without saying to always wipe gently and use a damp, soft cloth or moistened toilet paper, along with wearing loose cotton underwear to avoid traumatizing your bleeding internal hemorrhoids as much as possible.


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This website is an educational site and is in no way intended to take the place of a qualified medical practitioner. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease, but only to offer information, ideas, and options for you to discuss with your doctor. Always check this or any other printed information on any medical condition with your doctor and your own common sense.

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