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  • robbsbeach robbsbeach May 18, 2010 10:38 AM Flag

    Risk of Hemorrhoid for Diabetic Patients

    "Diabetes is not a direct cause of hemorrhoids. Risk of hemorrhoids for diabetic patients is very high. Diabetic patients with hemorrhoids should take extra care to prevent various complications.
    Hemorrhoids are swollen veins that occur inside the anal passage and around the anus. They get aggravated when there is strain while passing bowel or too much pressure is put on the rectal, anal or perineum area."

    HealthCost savings about stool and bowel movement.

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    • Yank, the "blob from slobbsbeach" is the expert on "stool and bowel movement" since he is so completely full of it and it comes out continuously on this message board and in his diaper!


      • 1 Reply to ivan.paduski
      • A less well-known symptom of internal hemorrhoids is bowel movements that don't fully evacuate the rectum.

        If the internal hemorrhoid is sufficiently large, feces may have greater difficulty getting by them. This makes a bowel movement take far longer than usual.

        This symptom also leads to internal hemorrhoid infection. If fecal matter collects around the hemorrhoid, and then the hemorrhoid is cut or scratched, infection is almost inevitable.