Midwest Health's blog

Do You Have Bleeding Hemorrhoids?

What are Bleeding Hemorrhoids?
There are two types of hemorrhoids: internal and external. Hemorrhoids are caused by any number of factors that put pressure on the veins in the pelvis – such as with pregnancy or from sitting for long periods of time. Both types of hemorrhoids can cause a lot of stress and have the potential to bleed and cause pain.

Hemorrhoid Symptoms – How Many Do You Have?

Do you have any of the following hemorrhoid symptoms?
Hemorrhoid symptoms can be mild to severe. The most common symptoms are swelling and inflammation in the rectal area, bleeding, pain, itchiness, irritation, stool leakage, and piles.Symptoms may also include streaks of bright red blood on the stool or in the toilet.

There are two types of hemorrhoids, internal and external, each having their own symptoms.

Rectal Problems and Common Solutions

Rectal problems are health conditions relating to the rectum and anus.
The lower part of the large intestine is called the rectum, where the body stores stool. The anus is the lowest part of the digestive tract, where the stool passes prior to leaving the body. Both the rectum and anus are prone to problems with itching, bleeding and pain.