• Haemorrhoids

    Typical symptoms from enlarged haemorrhoids are painless, light red bleeding in the anal area. The person often sees blood on the toilet paper or on the stool. In addition, there are discomforts such as itching, stinging, burning, oozing and the feeling that the intestine cannot be completely emptied.

    Haemorrhoids are not dangerous, but if left untreated can cause severe pain, inflammation, infection, and even fecal incontinence. …

    Therefore, a proctologically trained surgeon should be consulted for all of these symptoms.