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Internal Hemorrhoidal Prolapse
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What is Internal Hemorrhoidal Prolapse?

Prolapse or painless bleeding of the anal tissue is often associated with internal haemorrhoids. Prolapse is when the hemorrhoidal tissue inside the lower rectum and around the anus, protrude into the..

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Prolapse or painless bleeding of the anal tissue is often associated with internal haemorrhoids. Prolapse is when the hemorrhoidal tissue inside the lower rectum and around the anus, protrude into the anal canal or appear on the outside of the anus, and is felt during wiping or having a bowel movement. Internal hemorrhoidal prolapse is deep inside the rectum, and one cannot see or feel them. Internal hemorrhoidal do not hurt because of the few pain-sensing nerves in that part.

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Internal Hemorrhoidal Prolapse
Symptoms
Symptoms

Some common symptoms of internal hemorrhoidal prolapse are:

  • Bleeding.
  • Discomfort, itching or pain around the anus.
  • Moist, pink bumps around the corner of the anus.

Causes
Causes

Some common causes of internal hemorrhoidal prolapse are:

  • Family history.
  • Pressure on the lower rectum.
  • Overweight, obesity, or pregnancy.
  • Standing or sitting for an extended period.
  • Constipation or diarrhoea.
  • Spinal cord injury.

Risks
Risks

Some common risks of the disease are:

  • Bleeding during defecation.
  • Infection around the anus.
  • Pain.

Prevention
Prevention

Following steps can help to prevent hemorrhoids from occurring:

  • Keeping the stool soft by eating high-fiber food.
  • Drink plenty of fluids.
  • Avoid straining hard in toilets.
  • Do not control the flow of stool.
  • Do plenty of exercises.
  • Avoid sitting or standing for long periods.

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