Piles, also known as hemorrhoids, can be described as the swelling and inflammation of veins in the rectum and anus. There are two types of piles – internal and external. When struck externally, piles cause a lot of pain, but no bleeding. However, in case of internal piles, there is no pain, but a discharge of dark blood.
Causes Of Piles
Chronic constipation , Bowel disorders, Prolonged periods of standing or sitting, Obesity, General weakness of the body tissues, Mental tension, Heredity factors, Dysentery, Hormonal changes during pregnancy, Strenuous physical exercise, Prostate problems in older men, Straining, to empty the bowels, Eating a low-fiber diet, Chronic diarrhea, Cancer or growths in pelvis or bowel, which puts pressure on abdomen.
Pain or irritation while passing stools, Bleeding, Feeling of soreness, Irritation after passing a stool, Itching, Discomfort, Pain in the rectal region, Lump on the anus, Pain and discomfort after you opening the bowels, Slimy discharge of mucus, Feeling that the bowels haven’t emptied completely, Soiled undergarments, Swelling protruding from the anus, Frequent urge for evacuation, Loss of appetite, Yellowish face, due to extensive bleeding, Heaviness at the opening of anus.