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Anal hair can cause hemorrhoid? Is it due to sweat? How can get relief from it?

Hello. I was wondering if anal hair can cause hemorrhoid? I have a hemorrhoid which seems it is always there but sometimes it gets sensitive an annoying but other times just my skin feels a little bit hard but it doesn t hurt. I feel when I sweat in that aria is the time that it gets sensitive and makes it hurt. I want to get rid of my anal hair but I ve heard that shaving the anal hair can be really bad. Is there any way that I can remove my anal hair without trouble and does it help for the hemorrhoid I have?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Anal hair can be shaved off without any future trouble. Hair anywhere in th body is removable without causing any problems. But as you are suffering due to fissures, it is advisable to take care. Nal hair cannot cause fissures. But they may interfere with the cleanliness of anal area. Hair, in fact, allows sweat to accumulate as it happens in arm pit and thereby allowing growth to micro organisms, which can further damage the fissure problem.

Safely remove anal hair.
Get well soon.
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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