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HAEMORRHOIDS COMMMONLY REFERRED TO AS PILES, ARE ENLARGED VEINS.
They are situated at the bottom of the rectum and anus, at the end of the anal canal. The walls of these blood vessels are sometimes stretched so wide that they become irritated and swell further.
As a result of this swelling and irritation, they protrude out of the anus causing significant stress and pain. Haemorrhoids are divided into internal and external haemorrhoids and are measured in different degrees according to their symptoms.
Internal haemorrhoids are diagnosed when the breech is too deep to be seen or felt. They usually do not cause pain due to the small number of pain-sensitive nerves in the immediate area.
The most obvious sign of internal haemorrhoids problems is blood in the stool, the toilet or toilet paper. Apart from this, it is also possible to determine whether you have haemorrhoids as moist bumps with a pinker colour, showing in the surrounding tissue.
These are called prolapsed haemorrhoids. These haemorrhoids may retract on their own or they may be softly pressed in.
External haemorrhoids are situated just under the skin on the outer wall of the anus. Since there are more pain-sensing nerves here, the symptoms of external haemorrhoids include pain, bleeding, itching, and swelling.
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In some cases, the Haemorrhoids may turn purple or blue due to a blood clot. This is called thrombosis. This can cause pain, itching, and bleeding. When the clot dissolves, a piece of skin may remain and become irritated.
Causes of Haemorrhoids
If a family member has had haemorrhoids in the past, the probability of you suffering from them increases. Excess pressure in the lower rectum region can affect blood flow and swell the veins. This may occur when using the toilet, trying to push or lift a heavy object, when the body carries extra weight due to obesity or a growing foetus presses on the uterine veins during pregnancy. Other causes include a long term low-fibre diet, avoiding exercise, or having anal sex. People who stand or sit without changing positions for very long periods are also at risk.
What are the latest treatments for Haemorrhoids?
The TESLA Chair is a breakthrough treatment for Haemorrhoids. It sends signals that stimulate rhythmic contractions to strengthen the pelvic floor and anal sphincter, enabling the haemorrhoids to retract and reduce. The Tesla chair undertakes up to 28,500 pain free exercises in the space of 30-minutes, significantly strengthening the pelvic floor and substantially reducing Haemorrhoids.