Symptoms of Hemorrhoids
This disorder is usually accompanied by itching, rectal pain which could also lead to rectal bleeding in some cases. It is easier to diagnose external hemorrhoids due to its painful nature; internal hemorrhoids will surface only when they are thrombosed or necrotic. The prime indicator of this condition is bright red blood covering the stool which may materialize in a more subtle way on the toilet paper or in the bowl. This condition called hematochezia results in hemorrhoids. In most cases, the anus has a painful and red swelling around it making it more painful while defecating.