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Infrared Coagulation For Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are no fun. They cause itchiness, discomfort, and bleeding. About 15 million Americans have hemorrhoids—many are over the age of 50. How do we get hemorrhoids? The veins in the anal area can stretch when they are under pressure, causing them to bulge or...

Men Get Hemorrhoids Too

Hemorrhoids are common conditions that affect both men and women. Some studies have shown that men are slightly more prone to developing hemorrhoids – both internal and external. What causes hemorrhoids in men? Women commonly develop hemorrhoids during pregnancy as a...

Taking Steps to Avoid Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are enlarged, bulging blood vessels in the anus and lower rectal area. Although the exact cause is often unknown, hemorrhoids can develop as a result of several factors. Some of these including obesity, pregnancy, poor diet, and sitting for long periods of...

Is Your Job Causing Hemorrhoids?

Over half of Americans are affected by hemorrhoids, a condition characterized by the enlargement and swelling of the blood vessels in the lower part of the rectum and the anus. Hemorrhoids develop as a result of an increase in pressure in the lower abdominal area....

Tired of Living with Hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in or around the rectum, affecting millions of Americans. They can develop as a result of increased pressure in the anal area as a result of pregnancy, constant straining during bowel movements, and obesity. Infrared coagulation (also...