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Recognizing Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

18. July 2009

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Many people think that hemorrhoids are a mild condition that might be a little uncomfortable. Maybe that is the case for some people, but if that is what you have thought, then you have probably never had a hemorrhoid. Sometimes, if you begin treatment immediately, hemorrhoids will only be a little uncomfortable. More often, though, [...]

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Recovering From Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

12. July 2009

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Thrombosed hemorrhoids can be more painful than any other type of hemorrhoid. With the blood clot, the pain, the itching, and the possible blockage of stool, taking care of it within a couple of days is very important. Usually when a hemorrhoid becomes thrombosed, it requires surgery to remove it or to fix it. If [...]

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Preventing Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

28. May 2009

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Hemorrhoids are varicose veins in the rectum or anal area. When the vein develops a blood clot, it is then a thrombosed hemorrhoid. The pain and discomfort associated with thrombosed hemorrhoids is considered to be much worse than with mild hemorrhoids. It is also much more dangerous for you to have a hemorrhoid become thrombosed, [...]

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Treatments for Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

13. April 2009

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There are some problems that may develop with hemorrhoids that may be more painful and cause more problems than just your run of the mill hemorrhoid might cause. Thrombosed hemorrhoids are hemorrhoids that have a blood clot trapped in them. They are much more painful and much more serious than a mild hemorrhoid would be. Simple [...]

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Talking to Your Doctor About Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

27. February 2009

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Hemorrhoids is one of those things that may be slightly embarrassing. Keeping it to yourself may be alright if you have a mild hemorrhoid problem, but there are things that could happen that you would be much better off talking to your doctor about. Common hemorrhoid symptoms include pain, itching, burning, tingling, and swelling. Sometimes these [...]

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Thrombosed Hemorrhoid Complications

3. February 2009

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Life can be complicated enough without adding the problems that millions of people go through with hemorrhoids. You may be familiar with it. The itching that makes it difficult to sit still. The pain that may be embarrassing, no matter how hard you try to hide it. The burning sensation you may have with the [...]

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Preventing Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

23. December 2008

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Pain is never a fun or pleasant thing to go through, especially when it hits you where you sit. Many people suffer in silence as they try to switch position slightly to put the pressure on another area, or as they stand every few minutes so they can have a break from the throbbing and [...]

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Learn About Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

14. November 2008

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Just the name is enough to make anyone not want one – thrombosed hemorrhoid. It sounds like something that would be extremely painful, and from what has been said about it, it is. With the pain associated with thrombosed hemorrhoids, there has got to be enough information available to offer a solution to taking care [...]

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How to Prevent Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

1. October 2008

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Hemorrhoid problems can begin in a number of ways. Perhaps you initially get constipated. Having diarrhea can be a cause as can being pregnant, going through childbirth, or having to sit for an extended period of time. Sometimes they occur even with no reasonable cause. In many cases, people who have never had any problems [...]

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Thrombosed Hemorrhoids: What They Are & What to Do

1. September 2008

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Anyone who has suffered from hemorrhoids can tell you about the pain, the itching, the pressure, the tingling, and even the bleeding. Getting hemorrhoids seems so easy, but getting rid of them may be a bit more difficult, especially if they have gotten to the point of needing medical intervention. When your veins first become inflamed [...]

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