Do You Have Thrombosed External Hemorrhoids?
One of the most painful experience a person can go through is having a thrombosed external hemorrhoids. Some of you may already been experiencing this while some of you are wondering what this is. If you are already suffering from this, you know how excruciating the pain is. For those of you who do not know what this is, then let me give you a little information about this. External hemorrhoids are the ones located outside the anus. They are usually found surrounding the anal opening. They are the hard, marble like lumps or the soft, pea like lumps that you’ll feel outside the rectum. Thrombosis happens when these external ones become severe. When this happens, a blot clot forms inside them. This causes inflammation and pain. The pain usually never goes away. One may also feel itching, swelling and discomfort. You might notice the color can either be red or purple, ranging from deep red, deep purple with blue and black. The blue and black is the blood clot. This color and be compared t