Internal hemorrhoids get in shape with the inflammation of the blood vessels inside the lowest part of the rectum with a painful response to nervine provocation but are still far enough inside un-noticeable, rarely causing any discomfort. They cause trouble when the veins in the rectum or under the skin get swollen and inflamed resulting in intense discomfort while bowel movements. Since they are concealed deep inside the rectum but their existence is indicated with bright red color bleeding through the anus.
They are only visible when they get slid outwards through anus while straining or become advanced enough to get prolapsed to the point of protruding outside of the anus. This typically happens during a bowel movement and in many cases, the tissue will go back in on its own or need to push the tissue back in manually.
Internal hemorrhoids have a variety of potential causes, and once an internal hemorrhoid is formed, the same things that caused it makes it worse. Internal hemorrhoids develop from increased pressure in the veins around the anal area that tends to stretch and may bulge or swell in response due to the following risk factors:
Hemorrhoids result from an increase in pressure in the veins of the rectum, commonly due to:
Symptoms of internal hemorrhoids vary depending on the severity of the hemorrhoids. Small internal hemorrhoids might only cause some light bleeding, however, when the hemorrhoid tissue begins to prolapse, or protrude outside the anus, the affected area gets inflamed resulting in itching, and even soiling of clothes.
Internal hemorrhoids can worsen over time if the causative reason is not amended. Although due to excessive straining or irritation while passing stools, one can have the following symptoms:
A prolapsed hemorrhoid is internal hemorrhoid that has begun progression & advances further forming swollen lumps, they often bulge outside due to prolonged straining and stick outside the anus causing discomfort & pain along with itchiness and burning sensation while passing stools are termed as prolapsed hemorrhoids. They are mostly pinkier in color shade than the surrounding area & usually go back inside on their own or can often be gently pushed back into place.
Although any swollen lump around the anus is considered an external hemorrhoid, prolapsed hemorrhoids are the exception as they originate internally and gradually progressed to the rectum’s outer margin.
The classification of internal hemorrhoids is based on the severity of the prolapse. Grades are as follows:
The following symptoms point to a prolapsed internal hemorrhoid, including:
The amount of time that hemorrhoid takes to heal is different for each person, and that one cannot fully escape without proper diet & lifestyle management. Ayurveda provides the best alternative management as it acts on the root cause of the disease without any surgical approach, hence minimal chances of complications like infection, bleeding, or any other thing.
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