Everard Home has written: 'Practical observations on the treatment of ulcers on the legs' -- subject(s): Varicose veins, Leg, Ulcers, Hemorrhoids
Bronchitis, sore throat, tonsillitis, dry coughs, hoarseness, earache, headache, tuberculosis, boils, carbuncles, skin ulcers, chilblains, and hemorrhoids.
Blood in the stool could be caused from polyps, ulcers, or hemorrhoids. It is likely with diarrhea, the blood is coming from hemorrhoids due to the strain on the blood vessels. If the bleeding doesn't stop, you should see a physician. In developing countries, you get bloody diarrhea in amoebic or bacillary dysentery.
no, hemorrhoids are not contagious
Hemorrhoids are not transmitted.
No. geckos don't get hemorrhoids
You won't get herpes from hemorrhoids.
Bleeding hemorrhoids do not cause cancer. Hemorrhoids do not transform into cancer, either.
Gastrointestinal bleeding can be caused by bleeding in the any part of the upper and lower GI tracts. It can also be caused by hemorrhoids, colon or stomach cancer, and gastric ulcers.
Hemorrhoids can irritate you, especially itching.
No, hemorrhoids do not cause vomiting; however, the reverse is true. Vomiting can cause hemorrhoids.
External hemorrhoids, and some prolapsed internal hemorrhoids, are removed by conventional surgery in a hospital.