How are hemorrhoids diagnosed by Barney Bernado

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Hemorrhoids are such a common occurrence that they are incredibly easy to diagnose on your own. Most of the times, you will be able to see blood in your feces after a difficult bowel movement. Even through bleeding is often a sign of hemorrhoids, this is not always the case: hemorrhoids can also manifest in a form that is usually referred to as internal hemorrhoids.

This usually happens when the blood vessels are affected deeper into the rectum’s muscles, so that you can’t really see it with your naked eye. Even before you have the chance to see blood, you will  probably experience some pain or distress during a bowel movement that requires more strain than usual, leading your blood vessels to be subjected to more pressure and therefore, becoming more vulnerable to damage.

There are many different causes that lead to hemorrhoids. In most cases, some people experience these issues because of their routine lives: some of us are required to spend a huge amount of time just sitting down in front of a desk. This is never good for our posture and for our bodies, because of the extra pressure applied. More pressure on the blood vessels can actually be caused by a large body mass. This is the reason why hemorrhoids are known to affect overweight and obese people as well as pregnant women really frequently.

Once you understand the issue, there are many different ways to deal with the problems, including a wide range of home remedies and a natural progressive cure that are usually aimed to “smoothen” your bowel movement. A great way to produce smoother bowel movement is to change your diet, featuring lots of foods and aliments that are rich in fiber. If you eat plenty of fruit, vegetables, seeds, nuts and whole-wheat bakery products, you will gradually recover your balance in terms of bowel movements, easing out on your hemorrhoids. In more extreme cases, hemorrhoids can also be taken care of with surgery or with fixative process, a therapy that shrinks down the blood vessels.

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