A 33-year-old male asked:
Have had internal hemorrhoids;recently a small external.have constipation a lot.i had been taking fiber chews-stool is softer.wipeding today,pain.noaf?
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Specializes in Internal Medicine
See surgeon: hemorrhoids are distended veins; they can thrombose, be filled with blood clots and cause severe pain. You need to have them examined by a surgeon or proctologist, who may need to remove the clot or otherwise treat the hemorrhoids.
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Last updated Sep 20, 2019
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