In this article and video we explain how haemorrhoids emerge and the difference between internal and external haemorrhoids and which groups are the most afflicted.

Haemorrhoid symptoms

Haemorrhoid symptoms can be painful and a bit scary. When seeing clear blood in the toilet or on the toilet paper, it’s quite normal that one finds this scary. It can be good to let a doctor take a proper look at your haemorrhoids and undertake a diagnosis. Even if clear red blood from the anus can be serious, it’s often just a swollen haemorrhoid that has cracked and it’s relatively easy to treat.

Pregnant with haemorrhoids

You are expecting the greatest gift you’ll ever receive when you are pregnant. But you will also experience that a pregnancy is hard on the body. Not only does your belly grow, it often leads to the creation of haemorrhoids around your anus. An unpleasant situation for many women. With the right knowledge, you can avoid and prevent haemorrhoids during your pregnancy.

Overweight and haemorrhoids

If you are carrying extra weight, it can lead to a variation of different health problems. Among them haemorrhoids, which do occur more frequently in and around the rectum when overweight. The extra body weight creates a pressure on the colon and when the stool wants to come out, it leads to extra damage on the colon walls and on the sphincters in the rectum.

Elderly with haemorrhoids

Getting older sometimes feel like your body is worn down one part after another. Older people face a number of different health issues, and it can be difficult to handle all different treatments and medications. But one place they now can find ease, is in our new haemorrhoid treatment