Hemorrhoids Stem Cell Therapy [Updated 2021]

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So is there hemorrhoids Stem Cell Therapy?

It does not seem to exist as stated, but stem cell treatments have been called everything from cure-alls to miracle treatments, So it is without doubt that one can recommend stem cells for hemorrhoids.

stem cells for hemorrhoids

It can take from 3 weeks to 6-8 weeks to feel improvement after taking stem cells. Although hemorrhoid symptoms usually go away on their own or from simple home remedies or lifestyle changes.

Hemorrhoid stem cell therapy is not the only effective treatment for hemorrhoids, one can use topical creams or suppository containing hydrocortisone or home remedies like soaking in a warm bath or sitz bath. Stem cell therapy can be very costly, but one can opt for plant stem cells which are much cheaper and just as effective. There are reports of 82.2 percent marketed clinical efficacy for stem cell therapy.

What are hemorrhoids?

what are hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids, also called piles, happen when clusters of veins in your rectum or anus get swollen (or dilated). When these veins swell, blood pools and causes the veins to expand outward into the membranes around your rectal and anal tissue. This can become uncomfortable or painful.

Hemorrhoids aren’t always visible. But when they expand, they can look like red or discolored bumps or lumps.

There are four types of hemorrhoids:

Types of hemorrhoids

1. Internal hemorrhoids

Internal hemorrhoids are found in your rectum. They can’t always be seen because they’re too deep in your anus to be visible. Internal hemorrhoids aren’t normally serious and tend to go away on their own. Sometimes internal hemorrhoids can swell and stick out of your anus. This is known as a prolapsed hemorrhoid.

2. Prolapsed Hemorrhoid

A prolapsed hemorrhoid occurs when internal hemorrhoids swell and stick out of your anus. A doctor may assign a grade to a prolapsed hemorrhoid based on how far it sticks out:

  • Grade one: Not prolapsed at all.
  • Grade two: Prolapsed, but will retract by themselves. These may only prolapse when you put pressure on your anal or rectal area, such as by straining when you have a bowel movement, and then return to their normal position afterward.
  • Grade three: Prolapsed, and you have to push it back in yourself. These may need to be treated so that they don’t become too painful or infected.
  • Grade four: Prolapsed, and you can’t push it back in without a lot of pain. These will usually need to be treated to prevent pain, discomfort, or further complications.

Prolapsed hemorrhoids look like swollen red lumps or bumps outside your anus. You may be able to see them if you use a mirror to examine this area. Prolapsed hemorrhoids may have no other symptom than the protrusion, or they may cause pain or discomfort, itchiness, or burning.

3. External Hemorrhoids

External hemorrhoids occur on your anus, directly on the surface of where your bowel movements come out. They’re not always visible, but are sometimes seen as lumps on the anal surface.

External hemorrhoids aren’t usually a serious medical issue. But see your doctor if they cause pain or discomfort that interrupts your daily life.

The symptoms of external hemorrhoids are essentially the same as those of internal ones. But since they’re located on the outside of your rectal area, you may feel more pain or discomfort when you sit down, do physical activities, or have a bowel movement.

They’re also easier to see when they swell, and the bluish color of the dilated veins is visible beneath the anal skin surface.

4. Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

A thrombosed hemorrhoid contains a blood clot (thrombosis) within the hemorrhoid tissue. They may appear as lumps or swelling around your anus. Thrombosed hemorrhoids are essentially a complication of a hemorrhoid, in which a blood clot forms.

Blood clots can happen in both internal and external hemorrhoids, and the symptoms may include:

  • intense pain and itchiness
  • swelling and redness
  • bluish color around area of hemorrhoid

See your doctor as soon as possible if you notice increasing pain, itchiness, or inflammation around your rectal and anal area. Thrombosed hemorrhoids need to be treated quickly to prevent complications from a lack of blood supply to your anal or rectal tissue.

Causes of Hemorrhoids

Causes of hemorrhoids

In general, anything that puts pressure on the veins in the lower body can lead to hemorrhoids, including straining during a bowel movement; sitting on the toilet for long periods; constipation or diarrhea; being overweight; pregnancy; and age, which causes tissues to become weaker.

Anything that puts pressure or strain on your anus or rectum can cause the veins to dilate. Enlargement of the veins around the anus causes hemorrhoids.

They can occur for the following reasons:

  • Pregnancy: They occur more commonly in pregnant women because, as the uterus enlarges, it presses on the vein in the colon, causing it to bulge.
  • Aging: Hemorrhoids are most common among adults aged 45 to 65 years. This does not mean, however, that young people and children do not get them.
  • Diarrhea: Hemorrhoids can occur after cases of chronic diarrhea.
  • Chronic constipation: Straining to move stool puts additional pressure on the walls of the blood vessels.
  • Sitting for too long: Staying in a seated position for long periods of time can cause hemorrhoids, especially on the toilet.
  • Heavy lifting: Repeatedly lifting heavy objects can lead to hemorrhoids.
  • Anal intercourse: This can cause new hemorrhoids or worsen existing ones.
  • Obesity: Diet-related obesity can cause hemorrhoids.
  • Genetics: Some people inherit a tendency to develop hemorrhoids.

Symptoms of Hemorrhoids

Symptoms of hemorrhoids

It is common for people with hemorrhoids never to see a doctor for them because of embarrassment or fear or lack of knowledge about treatment. Symptoms include bright red drops of blood on toilet tissue or in the toilet; protruding, swollen blood vessels from the anus; a hard, painful lump near the anus; pain during bowel movements; and itching and irritation.

All the typical symptoms of hemorrhoids may be present if you have infected hemorrhoids. These symptoms include:

  • small amounts of blood in the toilet or on your bathroom tissue after a bowel movement
  • swelling around the anus
  • itching in and around the anus
  • pain, especially when sitting or straining during a bowel movement
  • a lump under the skin around your anus.

But an infection can bring on other symptoms, too. Signs of infection include:

  • fever
  • pain that gets worse, even after standard hemorrhoid treatment
  • redness around the anus, especially near the site of the infection

How are hemorrhoids treated?

how are hemorrhoids treated

Once hemorrhoidal symptoms develop, a variety of treatment options exist, depending upon the situation and severity of the hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoids are graded by the degree of prolapse below the pectinate line into the anal canal.

  • Grade 1: The internal hemorrhoid bulges into the canal but does not prolapse or fall completely into it. These may bleed.
  • Grade 2: The hemorrhoid protrudes past the anal verge with straining for a bowel movement or passage of flatus, but spontaneously returns to its original internal position once the straining has subsided.
  • Grade 3: The hemorrhoid may protrude past the anal verge without any straining and requires the patient to push them inside manually.

Grade 2 and 3 hemorrhoids are initially treated the same way, using techniques to destroy the hemorrhoid. These include injecting the hemorrhoid vein to make it sclerose or harden, using rubber bands to choke off the blood supply and make the hemorrhoidal tissue shrivel, or other procedures that cause the mucosa to shrivel and die.

A thrombosed external hemorrhoid indicates that a clot has formed in the hemorrhoid causing significant pain. Treatment involves cutting into the hemorrhoid to remove the clot and reduce the swelling.

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