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Haemorrhoids (also known as piles) are blood vessels that have swollen around or in the anus. It is characterised by itching, bleeding and bloody stools. Many people suffer from haemorrhoids at some stage in their lives. The symptoms are manageable and the condition can be prevented using different treatment options and following expert advice, so you can get back to feeling better in no time.

Haemorrhoids (also known as piles) are blood vessels that have swollen around or in the anus. It is characterised by itching, bleeding and bloody stools. Many people suffer from haemorrhoids at some stage in their lives. The symptoms are manageable and the condition can be prevented using different treatment options and following expert advice, so you can get back to feeling better in no time.

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What Are Haemorrhoids?

Haemorrhoids are also commonly known as piles. It refers to the inflammation of the anal canal resulting in swelling and discomfort. The inflammation can start inside the anus but the inflamed parts can make their way out of the anus and cause pain to the patient. These are considered internal haemorrhoids. External haemorrhoids, on the other hand, are blood clots around the edge of the anal opening. This happens rarely thus, only a few people experience it.

The term haemorrhoids refers to the overarching condition, but there are many types. Internal haemorrhoids are the most common where the swelling occurs about 2 to 4 cm above the anal opening. This means you will not be able to see or feel them and the only sign you will notice is bleeding.

Internal haemorrhoids can develop into external haemorrhoids. When the swollen parts make their way out of the anal opening, it can now be considered external and this can be more painful. Internal haemorrhoids are assessed according to their degree.

There are 4 different degrees. It starts with the first degree that is characterised by very mild symptoms that you can’t see or feel up to the fourth degree which is characterised by severe symptoms such as external lumps that can’t be pushed back into the anus.

Internal haemorrhoids that started externally are different from external haemorrhoids. This happens rarely and occurs because of the blood clots underneath the surface of the skin around the anus. It might be challenging to identify external haemorrhoids compared to fourth-degree internal haemorrhoids. Both are likely to be more painful and irritated.

Most of the time, people with haemorrhoids or piles don’t notice any symptoms so it lasts for longer periods without them knowing. For symptomatic people, they will notice blood after passing a stool. It can also be accompanied by itching, anal discharge, soreness and feeling of needing to pass stool even after you already have. Going to the doctor for a check-up on these symptoms is crucial because it can also present as symptoms of more serious illnesses such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis or bowel cancer.

What Causes Haemorrhoids?

The exact culprit of haemorrhoids is not yet clear although it is thought to be related to high pressure in the blood vessels around the anus. This elevated pressure causes swelling and inflammation which can be irritated by clothing or passing stools.

This pressure increases because of certain triggers. The most common trigger is constipation due to the added strain on the rectum. Other triggers for haemorrhoids also include chronic diarrhoea, pregnancy, overweight and sitting down for prolonged periods. However, sitting on cold surfaces is not proven to be a cause for piles.

When you start suffering from haemorrhoids, there is a high risk of experiencing it again because of genetics or recurring risk factors like being overweight.

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Most of the time, haemorrhoids will disappear on their own. However, if you notice that your symptoms are lingering for more than 7 days then you should consider some treatments.

Here at True Medical, we offer a wide range of medications from ointments to suppositories to treat the symptoms of your haemorrhoids. These medications are available to be purchased online with our trusted online doctor consultation service and various delivery options.

When you make an order, you can be assured that your medication will be delivered in an unbranded, unmarked box to keep its contents confidential and secure. If you have a history of haemorrhoids then it is best to keep a stock of treatment, ready and handy when you need them.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Haemorrhoids And Piles A Different Thing? 

Haemorrhoids and piles are the different names of the same condition. These are the different terms for the same condition.

What Causes Haemorrhoids? 

The cause of haemorrhoids is not known. although some think piles are related to high pressure in the blood vessels surrounding the anus. This pressure causes swelling and inflammation further irritated by clothing or passing stools.

The pressure is caused by various factors. The most common one is constipation due to the increased strain on the rectum. Other factors include chronic diarrhoea, pregnancy, being overweight and sedentary jobs. Contrary to a common belief, sitting on cold surfaces is not proven to be a cause for piles.

When Should I Treat Haemorrhoids On My Own? 

There are two types of haemorrhoids, internal and external. Internal haemorrhoids appear above the dentate line inside the anus, while external ones appear below it. The dentate line is the line inside the anus and contains the nerves that detect pain. Nerves below this line do not detect pain.

There are 4 different degrees of haemorrhoids. It starts with the first degree, characterised by very mild symptoms that you can’t see or feel up to the fourth degree which is characterised by severe symptoms such as external lumps that can’t be pushed back into the anus.

If you experience third or fourth-degree haemorrhoids, visit your GP for a diagnosis and treatment. First and second-degree haemorrhoids can be self-treated.

Does Sitting On Cold Surfaces Cause Haemorrhoids? 

No, this is a complete myth. The temperature of the surface has no effect on developing haemorrhoids.

How Can I Manage The Symptoms Of Haemorrhoids? 

You can use an ice pack to reduce swelling and inflammation. Sitting in a clear warm bath can help alleviate the discomfort and pain.

Does Sitting At The Desk All Day Make Haemorrhoids Worse? 

Yes, a sedentary job contributes to haemorrhoids. If you already have haemorrhoids, sitting all day can make the condition worse. You should take short breaks to move away from the desk and stretch your legs. Make sure you exercise regularly around lunch or in the evening.

Are Haemorrhoids Genetic? 

There is no definite correlation between genetics and haemorrhoids. However, people whose parents suffer from haemorrhoids are more likely to develop them as well. However, this may be linked to similar build, lifestyle, diet and exercise habits rather than genetics.

If I’m Overweight Am I More Likely To Get Haemorrhoids? 

Being overweight is a risk factor for haemorrhoids due to the excess weight on the abdomen, which causes additional pressure. Losing weight can help reduce the frequency and intensity of haemorrhoids. You are more likely to suffer from haemorrhoids if you are weightlifting and pregnant for the same reasons.

Is Itching Around The Anus A Symptom Of Haemorrhoids? 

Yes, this can be a symptom of haemorrhoids. To determine whether itching around the anus is caused by haemorrhoids you need to consider other symptoms such, as itching itself may be a symptom of various other conditions.