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stress and internal hemorrhoids are related
hi ,
i use to see blood on my toiled paper once in a while..
now from last 2 month, at 4 occasion i see more blood coming from my anus during stool
i also see some red bulge that comes out when i bleed...
i looks like hemorrhoids (internal) to me ..am i right? (also my mother and father had external hemorrhoids)
i have been continuously in stress and anxiety(24hours for last 60 days) because of some other health worries,
can that stress cause this? I feel my stress is the only cause to flare this up..Please help me.
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anyone please?
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Well, inadvertently, yes.  Stress can cause digestive upset, and anytime you get diarrhea or constipation, it'll make those hemorrhoids flare up.  Do a little meditating, stretching exercises, drink extra water, and eat fiber foods like whole grains and salads, that should help.  Also, cut back on eating out for a while, the grease in restaurant food can cause tummy upset.  A good meditation technique is after you exercise, lay down on the floor in a quiet room with your legs bent, and look at a favorite object, just let all your thoughts go, breathe nice and deep, and just concentrate on that object for about five minutes.  Another one is to get in a very warm tub and light the room only by candlelight, and just reeee-lax.
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thanks ggreg.
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