Hemorrhoids, which are painful swollen veins, can be found in the anus or under the skin around it, and a common cause of this symptom is constipation. Blood vessels swell and cause hemorrhoids when they are weak or under excessive pressure, possibly when constipated. The vessel can then burst and bleed, along with other hemorrhoid symptoms, such as itching and rectal pain.
If a person is constipated, that person is likely to get tired when trying to pass a bowel movement, which can result in a small amount of intestinal mucosa coming out of the anus. This rectal prolapse can lead to secretion of mucus from the anus. To treat this condition, it is enough to stop the tension unless the prolapse is severe. In this case, surgery may be required.
In addition to stress during bowel movements, hemorrhoids can be caused by constipation in women due to fluid retention during PMS or menstruation.
Possible ways to stay hemorrhoid-free are to keep the stool soft and easy to pass, and to avoid constipation to reduce pressure and tension. Another important measure is to empty the bowel shortly after the desire appears.
Constipation can be prevented by training and consuming fiber, as well as reducing alcohol and caffeine intake. Treatment or remedies for hemorrhoids include hot baths, ice packs, and special creams. Anal fissures or an unnatural tear or tear in the skin of the anus can be remedied by stretching the sphincter or removing tissue or skin in this area.