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By: dejarnetteloyd0311 | April 20, 2018

Consider hemorrhoids like your booty's version of varicose veins. Most of the time, they are just there, doing their job. But add some strain -- comparable to obesity, straining throughout a bowel movement, the extra weight of being pregnant, prolonged sitting during a long automobile or airplane journey or whereas on the bathroom, and chronic diarrhea or constipation -- and the tissue swells, knots and often becomes painful.

There are different reasons for this unfortunate experience. As we age, our connective tissues weaken and stretch out of form, which might lead to a prolapse, or falling, of part of the anal wall, which might then protrude from the anus. Repeated anal intercourse can produce the same impact or irritate present hemorrh...

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