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Hemorrhoids or Fissures?

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Although these two conditions both appear in the same area, there are distinct differences...

For example, a hemorrhoid is when a vein in the anus becomes swollen while an anal fissure is when there is a tear or a crack in the anus.

However, both conditions can cause pain, discomfort and bleeding and they can both include blood on or in the stool while having a bowel movement.

What are the symptoms of a hemorrhoid?

The symptoms of hemorrhoids can include:

  • Bleeding from the rectum.
  • Feeling like there is a foreign object in the anus.
  • Itching in or around the anus.
  • Pain in or around the anus.
  • Pain while having a bowel movement.
  • Rectal pain.

What are the symptoms of an anal fissure? 

The symptoms of an anal fissure can include:
  • Bleeding from the rectum.
  • Pain while having a bowel movement.
  • Pain that can last for several hours after a bowel movement.
  • Discomfort or tenderness in the anal area

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What can cause hemorrhoids to occur?

While hemorrhoids share some causes with fissures, there are also other reasons why a hemorrhoid can develop.  These can include:

  • Constipation or difficulty in passing stools.
  • Diarrhea with loose stools up to multiple times in a day.
  • Heavy lifting which can include straining to pick up something.
  • Pregnancy which can lead to strain on the muscles in the pelvic floor.

What are the causes of anal fissures?

Damage to the anus itself can cause fissures to occur.  

For example:

  • Suffering from constipation so that hard stools have difficulty in passing.
  • When diarrhea means many loose stools during a day.
  • Infections (STIs) that spread from one person to another through sexual contact.
  • The presence of inflammatory bowel disease or IBD.  There are chronic conditions that can cause inflammation in the intestines.  These include Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis.
  • Another cause can be HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) which of course affects the body's immune system.
  • Pregnancy, going into labor and delivering a newborn can also be a cause.
  • And suffering from TB (tuberculosis) when you are infected with the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

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How to prevent hemorrhoids and anal fissures in the first place?

  • Preventing constipation, diarrhea and straining on the toilet is important to prevent both conditions. 
  • Ensure that stools are neither too hard nor too soft or loose so that they are easily passed. 
  • Getting enough fiber in your diet and drinking plenty of water are important for making sure you have regular bowel movements.
  • Avoid straining to pass a bowel movement.

In addition, sitting too long on the toilet can be a contributing factor for hemorrhoids while learning to lift heavy objects in a correct and safe way to avoid strain is also vital.

How to tackle the pain and discomfort of hemorrhoids?

Both hemorrhoids and fissures can be relieved by applying ice packs to the area or sitting in a bowl of warm water several times a day to soothe and relax the painful fissure or hemorrhoid.

Safe, gentle and 100% natural, H-Hemorrhoids Formula is perfect for the symptoms of the following types of hemorrhoids:

  • Prolapsed hemorrhoids
  • External hemorrhoids
  • Thrombosed hemorrhoids
  • Hemorrhoids with minor bleeding

The Formula is for use on external hemorrhoids / internal hemorrhoids by applying topically to the area, helping to provide fast pain relief and shrink hemorrhoids by reducing swelling. 

 

How to tackle the pain and discomfort of anal fissures?

Again, the Formula known as H-Fissures Formula is safe and gentle to use and preferably as soon as symptoms appear.

Apply topically and directly to the condition using a cotton swab so that it can begin to work immediately.

The Formula is concentrated, so only a few drops are needed.  You will typically experience fast relief from pain, irritation, burning and soreness of the anus associated with anal fissures with the process varying from person to person, depending on the severity of the condition.

 

  

 

 

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health.clevelandclinic.org/2016/06/7-best-worst-home-remedies-hemorrhoids/(Accessed 1 October, 2021).

Aloe vera. (2016).
nccih.nih.gov/health/aloevera(Accessed 1 October, 2021).

Anal itching. (n.d.).
hemorrhoidcentersamerica.com/anal-rectal-problems/anal-itching/(Accessed 1 October, 2021).

Hemorrhoids and what to do about them. (2018).
health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/hemorrhoids_and_what_to_do_about_them. (Accessed 1 October, 2021).