My relative has recently struggled with thrombosed hemorrhoid, but we knew nothing about it. As a result, it took a while to figure out what was wrong and start the appropriate treatment. After seeing him struggle so much, I decided to fill this gap and find out more about it.
Thrombosed hemorrhoid is a hemorrhoid that causes partial or full blood flow block. It results into an inflammation and then swelling. Thrombosed hemorrhoid can be external, which happens more often, and internal.
While doing research on http://www.thrombosedhemorrhoidsinfo.com/, I discovered that more than half of men and women struggle with thrombosed hemorrhoid at some point in their lives. It is common among people in the age group from 45 to 65 years old, but it can happen to literally anyone. So, I thought it would be great to be aware of what we can do to prevent it:
2 liters is a necessary minimum, which may seem a lot, but actually it equals to just 8 glasses of water.
It is important to consume food that is rich in fiber for our general health, and for our digestion in particular.
Hopefully this is something you do regularly anyway, but keep in mind that it is also capable of preventing hemorrhoids.
In case if you do start feeling atypical discomfort in the lower area of your body, I would suggest figuring out whether you have any of these symptoms:
- Problems with stool.
- Itchiness around the anal area.
- Intense pain.
- A swollen bulb.
If you say yes to any of them, you might have an external thrombosed hemorrhoid, whereas if you have an internal thrombosed hemorrhoid, you can face these:
- Inner pain.
- Itchiness and a burning feeling.
- Issues with urination.
Keep in mind that there are three ways to cure thrombosed hemorrhoid:
Personally, I am not a fan of any drugs or intrusions into our bodies. That is why I am going to make sure that my family does everything we can in order to prevent thrombosed hemorrhoid. However, it is also comforting to know the symptoms and be ready to act, if this issue occurs anyway.