A haemorrhoid, in common term is referred as Piles. They are inflammation of veins in the anus and lower rectum.
Haemorrhoids are most common among adults aged between 45 and 65. However, this does not mean that young people and children do not get them. Haemorrhoids are much more common among men than women. A woman is most likely to get them when she is pregnant.

What causes it?
When pressure is exerted on the veins in the anal region, it stretches, bulges or swells. Factors causing pressure on these veins are:
Strained bowel movements.
Constipation or chronic diarrhoea.
Low fibre diet.

Swelling around the anus.
Painless bleeding while passing stools.
Pain or discomfort.
Itching or irritation around the anal region.

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