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Piles or Hemorrhoids
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February - February 15

I just want to know what causes piles or hemorrhoids? What are the symptoms of this changes?


Johanna - February 18

Well, piles or hemorrhoids are cause greatly by too much water retention.


alyssa - February 21

Hemorrhoids are most likely caused by diet and straining on the toilet. Actually, these two factors are linked: eating bad food leads to constipation, which leads to straining on the toilet. Processed food and lacking in fiber, also contributes to hemorrhoids.


jennifer - February 21

inadequate intake of fiber, prolonged sitting on the toilet, and constipation are some of the causes of hemorrhoids.


lady_lois - February 21

i will share this information that i have read:

One theory proposes that it is the pulling force of stool, particularly hard stool, passing through the anal canal that drags the hemorrhoidal cushions downward. Another theory suggests that with age or an aggravating condition, the supporting tissue that is responsible for anchoring the hemorrhoids to the underlying muscle of the anal canal deteriorates. With time, the hemorrhoidal tissue loses its mooring and slides down into the anal canal.


phirs29 - February 21

Causes of hemorrhoids:
*standing position--in which all the blood above the rectum exerts pressure on the rectal and anal areas
*poor bowel habits


elaine joy - February 21

Other factors that encourage hemorrhoids include lack of physical activity and a low daily intake of fluids.


clear_danes - February 21

Symptoms of hemorrhoids include fissures, fistulae, abscesses, or irritation and itching. Hemorrhoids can bleed after a bowel movement.


mariz - April 11

The main cause of hemorrhoids based on my experience is constipation...I've been suffering this for a long time..Sometimes i can see blood on my stool and i can really feel the pain in my anus...


justine - April 14

Hemorrhoids are relatively common during pregnancy. Some women get them for the first time while they're pregnant — and if you've had them before pregnancy, you're quite likely to have them again now. They may also develop during the second stage of labor, while you're pushing. Either way, they often go away on their own — or with the help of some simple measures mentioned below — soon after you give birth.



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