Ans. These are located beneath the skin near your anus. Some warning signs and symptoms include:
These are located beneath the skin near your anus. Some warning signs and symptoms include:
- Inflammation or itching in the anal area
- Any discomfort or pain
- Your anus is swollen.
Inside the rectum are internal haemorrhoids. They rarely cause discomfort and are typically impossible to see or feel. However, straining or pain while urinating might lead to:
- bleeding that is painless during bowel motions. Small amounts of bright red blood may be seen on your toilet tissue or in the bowl.
- a prolapsed or projecting haemorrhoid that pushes through the anal orifice, causing discomfort and irritation.
An external haemorrhoid that has amassed blood and developed a clot (thrombus) may cause:
- extreme pain
- A tough bulge next to your anus