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Bleeding Hemorrhoids (Piles): Why Do Hemorrhoids Bleed For Many Weeks?

Bleeding Hemorrhoids (Piles): Why Do Hemorrhoids Bleed For Many Weeks?

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Hemorrhoids (piles) are changed blood vessels that are located in the anal canal. Hemorrhoids do not cause any problem unless they become inflamed. Bleeding severity may vary depending on the severity of the condition, but the lumps and swelling around the anus due to bleeding hemorrhoids can be very painful.

Hematochezia: What Does Blood in Stool (Pooping Blood) Indicate?

Hematochezia: What Does Blood in Stool (Pooping Blood) Indicate?

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Hemorrhoids can be one of the reasons of blood in your stool. Generally, hemorrhoids result in red-bright blood in the stool after bowel movements or blood may be noted on the toilet paper. In very rare cases, bleeding may be massive due to hemorrhoids. Colon cancer can also cause bleeding in GI.

Hemorrhoids VS Colon Cancer – Is it Hemorrhoids or Colon Cancer?

Hemorrhoids VS Colon Cancer – Is it Hemorrhoids or Colon Cancer?

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Colon cancer (bowel cancer or colorectal cancer) and hemorrhoids are entirely two different things, but often produce similar symptoms such as blood in the stool in the beginning. Blood in the stool can be alarming, especially if you have never experienced it earlier. It may be an indication of some serious complication.

How Long Do Hemorrhoids Last?

How Long Do Hemorrhoids Last?

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People who have doubts about their hemorrhoids time to heal often ask this question. The answer to this question differs case to case. Some hemorrhoids (piles) are severe while others are mild. Some are internal and others are external. The duration for which a hemorrhoid will last depends on its condition and the treatment taken by an individual.

Lump Near Anus and Swellings (Anal Abscess)

Lump Near Anus and Swellings (Anal Abscess)

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A lump or a swelling that is painful and develops suddenly may be caused by many reasons such as an injury or an infection. Sometimes, it is a hemorrhoid (piles). If you are susceptible to the risk factors for hemorrhoids, the anal lump may be due to piles. You should talk to a doctor even if the symptoms are mild.