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Hemorrhoids involve the blood vessels that line the anus. Pressure on the walls of the rectum weakens the muscles that support the hemorrhoidal vessels. They then become enlarged and lose their support and result in a sac-like protrusion inside the rectal canal (called internal hemorrhoids) or under the skin around the anus (called external hemorrhoids).

If the internal hemorrhoid pushes out of the anal opening, this hemorrhoid is called a prolapsed hemorrhoid. Sometimes, blood can pool in an external hemorrhoid, forming a clot (thrombus). This hemorrhoid is called a thrombosed external hemorrhoid. Hemorrhoids can occur at any time, but become more common with advancing age. Younger people, pregnant women and women who have had children are most apt to develop hemorrhoidal problems. The condition occurs more frequently in some families.

Hemorrhoid drainage is described as "clearing the clouds". The therapist uses a gloved and lubricated finger, inserted in the rectum, to gently stroke the inside walls of the rectum. This gentle motion helps to stimulate circulation in the rectum and causes blood to flow out of the hemorrhoid and back into the rest of the body.

Hemorrhoid drainage does not work for everyone. It works better on internal hemorrhoids versus external ones and it is better to have the treatment during a flare-up as opposed to having it done for prevention. Some people notice an immediate difference with the treatment while others may feel little, if any, difference. It is a safe treatment that is worth trying as a natural alternative to drugs and surgery.

 

 

    
 

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