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Is there any particular cause for the development of hemorrhoids?
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Dr. Latisha Smith
Wound care
5 doctors agree
In brief: Straining to have BM
When the stool is small it requires more effort to pass.
This bearing down effort to move stool is what causes the dilation of the hemorroidal veins. With chrnoic straiingn during bowel movement the veins get weaker and weaker and dilate more. A high fiber diet makes large soft stools that are easy to pass and hemorroids less likely to form.

In brief: Straining to have BM
When the stool is small it requires more effort to pass.
This bearing down effort to move stool is what causes the dilation of the hemorroidal veins. With chrnoic straiingn during bowel movement the veins get weaker and weaker and dilate more. A high fiber diet makes large soft stools that are easy to pass and hemorroids less likely to form.
Dr. Latisha Smith
Dr. Latisha Smith
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Dr. Maureen Mays
Clinical Lipidology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Several
Chronic constipation, anal intercourse, straining (pushing) hard with bowel movements, and vaginal childbirth (being the mom that is delivering the baby) are the most common causes.

In brief: Several
Chronic constipation, anal intercourse, straining (pushing) hard with bowel movements, and vaginal childbirth (being the mom that is delivering the baby) are the most common causes.
Dr. Maureen Mays
Dr. Maureen Mays
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