Time to think about Hemorrhoids
Chopane Shubham Maharudra1, Mr. Dhonde P.1, Thalkari Avinash B.2,*, Karwa Pawan N.3
1College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Ashti, 414203
2Vasant Pharmacy College, Kaij
3Gurukrupa Institute if Pharmacy, Majalgaon, Dist: Beed, 431131
*Corresponding Author E-mail: Avinashthalkari@rediffmail.com
Hemorrhoids are one of the most common causes of anal pathology of the gastrointestinal disorder. It is blamed for virtually any anorectal complaint by patients and medical professionals. Confusion often arises because the term "hemorrhoid" has been used to refer to both normal anatomical structures and pathological structures. Hemorrhoidal venous cushions are normal structures of the anorectum and are universally present unless a prior intervention has taken place. Because of their rich vascular supply, highly sensitive location, and tendency to engorge and prolapse, they are common causes of anal pathology Symptoms can range from mildly bothersome, such as pruritus, to quite concerning, such as rectal bleeding, and while it is a common condition diagnosed in clinical practice, many patients are too embarrassed to ever seek treatment. Consequently, the true prevalence of pathologic hemorrhoids is not known. The various treatment of hemorrhoids are also been discussed.