Hemorrhoids: What are the different stages?

Stadi emorroidi

Hemorrhoids are the bearings rich in blood and nerve endings that are located near the anus. For many reasons, this area may become irritated, creating the hemorrhoidal disease, which in common speech is referred to as hemorrhoids. It is a troublesome and painful phenomenon, which has been divided into several stages by the scientific community. In particular, there are four different grades of the disease, starting from the most mild, the first, ending with the most problematic, the fourth. Let’s see what are the different stages of hemorrhoids and what are their characteristics.

The first stage of hemorrhoids is the lightest one and is manifested by burning and itching diffused, but without prolapse, or the leakage of hemorrhoids from their seat. In this stage the hemorrhoids are not visible and one of the main symptoms of their irritation is the area affected bleeding.

The hemorrhoids of the second stage provide a light prolapse of the affected area, which is manifested during the evacuation. Basically, at this stage the hemorrhoids within their home by themselves after the evacuation and the problem manifests with bleeding, with widespread burning and itching.

The third stage of hemorrhoids begins to be very problematic, as the area comes out of its natural position and they protrude towards the outside. It is a very problematic situation, which requires a manual action to resolve the problem. After the third stage you pass the last stage of hemorrhoids, the fourth, which is the most problematic and painful.

It is a situation in which the prolapsed hemorrhoids are completely and even the manual operation can serve to make them fall. The symptoms are a pain and a perennial bleeding, which leads people to feel a lot of pain and suffering to be hampered in their movements. The resolution of the problem at this stage is based on surgical or ambulatory operations, the only solutions to heal the disease in such an advanced stage.

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