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Haemorrhoids, swollen tissue between anus and vagina. Suggestions?

I m a 40 year old female and suffer from horrible hemorrhoids for almost 5 years. They have always gone away in the past but I really let myself go by not eating right and getting very little exercise and stress . Needless to say I have been suffering from a flareup for about a month. Now, Monday I had a bm and it turned the roid from an inside to outside about the size of a small grape. I also noticed that the tissue that is between my anus and vagina is extremely swollen and when the roids came out there was some bleeding from that area and now there is a scab formed. Do I dare try to push them back in? Why is the pericardium so swollen is that part of the hemorrhoid?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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these are complication of haemoroids
the swelling is also due to pressure on area
not try to push up as this can rupture and complicate problem
consult the surgeon to diagnose the cause by physical examination and treat medically or surgically according to position
you an use anti inflamatory tabs andlcal application of ointment to contrl it till you consult the doctor
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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