HOW TO IDENTIFY HEMORRHOIDAL THROMBOSIS AND MAIN CAUSES - GENERAL CLINIC

Hemorrhoidal Thrombosis: What It Is, Major Symptoms and Causes



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Hemorrhoidal thrombosis occurs mainly when there is an internal or external hemorrhoid that breaks or gets compressed by the anus, causing the blood to accumulate in the anus forming a clot, which causes swelling and intense pain in the anal region. Usually, hemorrhoidal thrombosis is more common in people who have constipation and during pregnancy, but may also arise due to other situations that increase abdominal pressure, such as exaggerated efforts in the gym, for example