Hemorrhoids: Conditions That Cause Them

By: Jackie Michaels


One of the most understood, yet difficult medical issues to deal with are the problem of hemorrhoids and their causes. There are so many different causes of hemorrhoids it could take an entire medical team a lifetime to figure out why one individual suffers from hemorrhoids.
The causes of hemorrhoids are always under study and investigation. One of the causes of hemorrhoids has been found to be obesity. Obesity is a serious problem with a lot of other related health problems. Hemorrhoids can be the least of your trouble if you are morbidly overweight. Extra weight you are carrying places strain on your body, including your rectum, anus, and the surrounding veins causing hemorrhoids.
Straining your body causes tiny clots to form and pool up in the rectum. This is inflammation and irritation is what creates hemorrhoids. The heavier you are, the greater your risk of developing hemorrhoids. This, along with other medical issues related to obesity, is serious. Try to watch your weight to prevent hemorrhoids and a host of other medical problems.
Hemorrhoids may be linked to genetic factors as well. Yes, this means that parents can pass the tendency to have hemorrhoids to their children. If someone in your family has them, it is possible that you will inherit this less than desirable trait. In the case of genetics and heredity, there is nothing you can do about it but be cautious to keep from causing an intentional flare and deal with one when and if it happens.
Since it I common for hemorrhoid issues to be passed down from parents to children, you may also discuss the problem with the family member who has suffered from hemorrhoids. It is likely that whatever helped ease their hemorrhoid suffering may work for you, as well.
As you can see, hemorrhoids and their causes can be diverse. There is, however, one cause of hemorrhoids today that doctors are finding to be more and more common. That is hemorrhoid caused by anal canal infections. Fissures in the anal canal or near the anal region are the primary cause of anal canal infections. If you have experienced fissures, you should understand that you may be at risk to develop hemorrhoids.
Many people have to deal with the problem of hemorrhoids and never know the cause of their problem. A doctor can check out your hemorrhoids, while this may be embarrassing, it may help your doctor determine causes of your pain and irritation. Eventually, you may want to have hemorrhoids removed, if they do not go away and continue to be a problem. This is a fairly easy and common procedure for relief of chronic hemorrhoids.

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