How do you know that you have hemorrhoids?

Blood loss during stool: small amounts of clear red blood on toilet paper or in the toilet.

Itching, sometimes a burning sensation around the anus.
Urgency: the feeling that you have to go to the toilet.
Hemorrhoids themselves are painless. But if the blood supply is pinched and a blood clot develops in the hemorrhoid ( hemorrhoids or haemorrhoidal thrombosis ), there is a sharp pain.

Internal hemorrhoids can be pressed out by pressing. Then they emerge from the vent ( prolapse ). That can give a dull pain or a gag feeling and be accompanied by a bleeding. In the beginning, the settled hemorrhoid will automatically retreat, but after several sagging it will no longer occur automatically and you will have to push it back in again.

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