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Thrombosed Internal Hemorrhoid
Internal thrombosed hhealing hemorrhoid found on scope-did that cause my pain? Have roid hanging off anus now. Can't tell internal/external. Somewhat elongated. I get anal spasms/false urge to fart/poop.
Probably not: Internal hemorrhoids, even when thrombosed, don't usually cause a lot of pain. They can, however, cause the spasm. If it is healing, there is probably nothing to do. As to the hemorrhoid hanging out, this could be either internal or external. You should see a doctor for more information.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The veins in the rectum can swell and become puffy when a person has frequent pressure on them from pushing out a bm. This is constipation. The swollen veins can burn, itch, or sometimes become severely painful (from a clot building up inside). Veins in the rectum are called hemorrhoidal veins and the sick, stretched out vein ...Read more
How do I tell if the pain coming from my butt is sciatica or an internal thrombosed (blood clot) hemorrhoid?
Thromboses hemorrhoid... I was told by a doc on this site that i might have this, first off what exactly is it, second what are the treatments?
Hemorrhoid: A thrombosed hemorrhoid is a hemorrhoid that has a clot in it. It is usually felt as a painful swollen lump around the anus. Treatments can be sitz baths with warm water with several cups of epsom salts added twice daily. Topical creams such as anusol are also helpful. Sometimes if they are extremely painful, they may need to have the clot surgically removed. ...Read more
Thrombosis: A hemorrhoid is a enlarged vein at the anus or in the lower rectum. Internal hemorrhoids are deep to the anus. External hemorrhoids are outside of the anus. A hemorrhoid is a bump that can cause pain, bleeding and may be itchy. A thrombosed hemorrhoid contains a clot which causes redness ; ^ pain. ...Read more
Puss coming out of a thrombosis hemorrhoid, should I seek medical attention? Is there a home remedy I could try to help heal this?
I have an internal hemorrhoid remaining after an ex. Thrombosed hemorrhoid. It constantly discharges mucous and sometimes blood? How can I stop this?
Hemmoroids: These are veins. Internal plexus above rectum with no sensation. They will bleed brite red, no pain. External ones clot and hurt and at times we do incise and drain. Mucous means some type of irritation. Need physician exam of rectum .We use short anoscope to examin. If have external roads almost always have internal ones. Dr. Will check for rectal pathology. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Avoid constipation: Constipation and pushing hard to have a bowel movement can cause hemorrhoids. Avoid constipation by increasing fiber in your diet or adding a fiber supplement. A stool softener can also help. Once you stop pushing hard the hemorrhoid sometimes shrinks. Make sure a physician like a colorectal surgeon or gastroenterologist looks at it to make sure it is not cancer or warts (not likely to be cancer). ...Read more
Possibly: Warm sitz baths, sitting in a warm tub for 20 minutes, two or three times a day may be helpful. Over-the-counter medications may be helpful such as stool softeners, otc creams or suppositories. If this doesn't help see your doctor for rx creams or suppositories, injections to scar the hemorrhoid, banding to shrivel it up, or surgery. ...Read more
Yes: With some time and tlc, it will get better. Avoid trauma to the area by keeping your stools soft with fiber supplements. Use warm tub baths or sitz baths 2-3 times a day and try a medicated pain-relieving cream if you need to. It should get better over 5-7 days. If the pain persists, or if the swelling doesn't go away, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
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