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Do You Have Hemorrhoids or a Fissure?

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If you are like me, you may have never even heard of a fissure before. I only started learning about them as a result of my research about hemorrhoids. As it turns out, a fissure is incredibly similar to a hemorrhoid. They feel quite alike when it comes to the pain and discomfort. They both also are located in your anus. To be more specific, they are your veins in your anus.

Another similarity between a hemorrhoid and a fissure is that they are both caused by constipation. Constipation creates pressure in your anus veins as a result from excessive pushing in that region. A result is stressed veins in the anus which can lead to either hemorrhoids or fissures.

Both can cause itching, pain and bleeding. The bleeding for a hemorrhoid happens when it bursts from excess pressure or a worn out vein from expanding and retracting constantly from pressure. Bleeding is more common with fissures because they are in fact caused by the passage of hard dry stool that tears the anal lining. Both hemorrhoids and fissures can also be caused by excessive wiping.


The main difference between a fissure and a hemorrhoid is that a fissure is a thin slit-like tear in the anal tissue. A hemorrhoid, however, can be compared to varicose veins. They enlarge and lose their elasticity from excessive pressure which results in saclike protrusions. It is important to note that they are not tumors or growths.

Both hemorrhoids and fissures can be aggravated by sitting or standing for prolonged periods. Even violent coughing, lifting heavy objects and diarrhea can aggravate both unpleasant situations. Interestingly, if you note that they share similar symptoms as well as they are caused by similar root problems, you can further determine that they can also be healed with similar remedies.

Remedies with ingredients that promote vein strengthening, bowel cleansing, and relief with pain and inflammation will be great for both hemorrhoids and fissures. That is why you should check out my natural remedy for both hemorrhoids and fissures.

Hemorrhoids Center

42-16916409When going through the excruciating pain associated with this specific type of problem, the absolute dream solution would be to call the hemorrhoids center down the street and have them send you a magical solution to completely end all of your woes. Unfortunately, this scenario is only available in dream land.

What you really need is a realistic solution to your problem. While the hemorrhoids center down the street was a great idea, unfortunately, no specific hemorrhoids center currently exists. However, there is a hemorrhoids center available to you. It’s even closer than down the street. It’s only a few clicks away.
As you probably know, I’m Hemroid Harry. Here on my blog, I’ve created what some may call a cyberspace hemorrhoids center. We do not provide an actual physical building you can come to for treatment. However, we do provide what you’re really after – information and a well-rounded solution to your painful situation.

My website gives helpful information regarding commonly asked questions. I’ve also made available a complete list of each and every ingredient that I use in my natural remedy for you. In this ingredient list, I also outline the exact purpose of each ingredient for your information. Another resource for your use, would be a ‘how it works’ section for a more thorough explanation regarding my herbal blend and well, how it works exactly.
On top of all of these useful resources listed above, there is, of course, my blog. It should be safe to assume that you are familiar with my blog as you are currently reading my blog post. This blog is another place in my cyberspace hemorrhoids center that provides unique content, the ability for people to add comments and to ask questions, and also to be kept as up to date as possible regarding our products and promotions. It is my hope and prayer that you find the help you need with us. For guaranteed relief, go to our hemorrhoids center.

What are Internal Hemorrhoids?

Internal hemorrhoids are the most common form of hemorrhoids.  Interestingly, every form of hemorrhoids is generally the same except for where it is located. The different forms include internal hemorrhoids, external and thrombosed.

Internal hemorrhoids are located on the inside of your anus, usually about an inch or so inside the rectum. Generally speaking, the main indication that you have an internal hemorrhoid is the appearance of blood that shows on the stool, toilet paper or inside of the toilet. As you probably know, any type of a hemorrhoid is an inflamed, swollen vein as the result of excess pressure in that region.

Internal hemorrhoids are, as mentioned before, the most common type of hemorrhoid. Generally, they are painless. They can, as mentioned before, cause bleeding however. You should treat your internal hemorrhoids as soon as you are aware of them.

The reason for this is because if internal hemorrhoids are not treated within a reasonable amount of time, they can cause your veins to stretch and prolapse (fall down) outside of your body. You can imagine how undesirable that situation would be. That could in fact result in needing to push the vein back in after you have a bowel movement. Not fun.

It is important to note the different stages of internal hemorrhoids. The extent of descent into the anal canal or even the outside of the anus is what determines each stage. The first stage is where your internal hemorrhoid is inflamed, but not prolapsed. It will produce light bleeding, if at all. This leads us to the second stage.

The second stage of an internal hemorrhoid is when it does in fact prolapse when having a bowel movement. It will, however, eventually return to its original position at some point, though. The third stage of internal hemorrhoids is when the enlarged vein will actually come out during each bowel movement and will actually then need to be put back in. The fourth and final stage of internal hemorrhoids is when the hemorrhoidal vein is permanently prolapsed. It cannot be put back in, because it will always fall back out.

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