Ageing has its own advantages and disadvantages. Included in the latter are piles, clinically known as hemorrhoids, which is a condition when veins in your rectum or under the skin around the anus swell. These swollen blood vessels can turn bowel movement into an intensely painful experience. According to a research published in the year by The Indian Journal of Surgery, half the men and women in India above the age of 50 may develop the symptoms of hemorrhoids during their lifetime. Even though piles are rarely dangerous, if left ignored, it can lead to serious health complications. It is not established yet what actually causes the veins around your anus to swell and bulge, yet nearly two out of the four adults undergo the symptoms of hemorrhoids.
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Hemorrhoids are enlarged and swollen veins also called varicose around the outside of the anus or in the lower rectum. The rectum is the last part of the bowel and leads to the anus, the opening at the end of the bowel where fecal matter leaves the body. Hemorrhoids can be caused in a number of ways, most commonly by straining to make a bowel movement. Lifting heavy objects, along with other activities that may cause straining, can also lead to hemorrhoids.
Hemorrhoids are swollen or enlarged veins in the lower rectum. If you see blood in your stool, it may be from hemorrhoids, but it may be from other causes as well. It is very important to have any blood in your stool evaluated promptly by your healthcare provider. Causes of hemorrhoids can include diarrhea, constipation, pelvic tumors, pregnancy and post-pregnancy, and sitting for prolonged periods of time. Hemorrhoid treatment always includes a high fiber diet.