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Bleeding Hemorrhoids - Are They Dangerous?

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Hemorrhoids or piles are enlarged veins around the anus or the rectal region of the human body. They are a major source of discomfort and pain and, in severe cases, result in bleeding too, giving rise …

Hemorrhoids or piles are enlarged veins around the anus or the rectal region of the human body. They are a major source of discomfort and pain and, in severe cases, result in bleeding too, giving rise to bleeding hemorrhoids.

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  • 1. Bleeding Hemorrhoids - Are They Dangerous? Written By: Jeffrey Glover Hemorrhoids or piles are enlarged veins around the anus or the rectal region of the human body. They are a major source of discomfort and pain and, in severe cases, result in bleeding too, giving rise to bleeding hemorrhoids. It is no wonder why sufferers want to know how to get rid of hemorrhoids as quickly as possible. There are two types of hemorrhoids. They are external and internal hemorrhoids. The external hemorrhoids are the fleshy growth of enlarged veins that grow outside of the anus and the rectal area. The internal hemorrhoids are the enlarged veins that grow inside the anus and tend to be seen outside of the anus. Both internal and external hemorrhoids may result in bleeding hemorrhoids and this is undoubtedly a condition that requires immediate medical attention. Hemorrhoids results in itching. It is also a source of extreme embarrassment to the sufferer. This condition should never be neglected at all and, in the event of negligence, the problem can aggravate into some severe rectum bleeding. There are many people who think that hemorrhoids that bleed are dangerous and they will result in cancer. This is a misconception. This condition is there because pockets of blood form in the anus region and when you exert pressure on them they bleed. This mostly occurs in the event of hard bowel movements when the pocket is broken due to the pressure and the blood comes out. These bleeding hemorrhoids may bleed for weeks and it is advisable to seek medical advice and treatment for them as soon as possible. If they are left unattended, they will cause more discomfort and you have the possibility of getting infection in the future, leading to more complications. Want to know how to get rid of hemorrhoids naturally and fast? See how I did it. Click here-> http://howtogetridofhemorrhoidsfast.org Bleeding Hemorrhoids Copyright 2010