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Anti-Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are extremely painful and unpleasant for most of people.   They are a digestive disorder that affects half of population of both men and women experience at age of fifty. It is more common among adults. This doesn't mean that young people and children do not get.  Women are more likely to get hemorrhoids, when they are pregnant.  Hemorrhoids generally get worse over time so they should be treated as soon as they appear.

Hemorrhoids are cushions of veins that are present in the walls of rectum and anus. Stools move through the rectum and anus and these cushions like structures ensure that stools do not escape out at the time of coughing or staining. Continues pressure on the veins of the rectum and anus that cause hemorrhoids to bulge and   swell and finally hemorrhoids cause bleeding and ache during bowel movement. Most common symptoms of this disorder are pregnancy, aging, chronic diarrhea, chronic constipation, anal intercourse, obesity, prolong sitting, lifting heavy objects, eating low fiber diet, frequent bowel movement etc. 

Hemorrhoids are of 2 types: Internal and External. Internal hemorrhoids are located up in the rectum region and often not painful and upgrade for severity while external hemorrhoids are developed beneath the skin i.e. within the opening of the anus.

Hemorrhoids can be treated by lifestyle change or either by anti-hemorrhoids medications. The goal of treatment is to maintain stools soft that helps to prevent this condition from becoming worse by reducing the growth of hemorrhoids. Medications are used to reduce itchiness, pain and swelling. Medications such as Diltiazem Gel, Nitrogesic, Proctosedyl Ointment and Pilex Tablets are lucratively used to treat the symptoms of hemorrhoids. 

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