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The following series of video slides show what do hemorrhoids look like. I must point out that the videos are VERY GRAPHIC and VERY VULGAR for sensitive viewers, and maybe should not be seen by such viewers.
N.B. Definitely not suitable for under age viewers, and sensitive viewers must take caution before looking at these videos.
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This first video shows what some external hemorrhoids look like followed by what internal hemorrhoids look like.
This second video shows different thrombosed external hemorrhoids. Starting from a less severe case proceeding with more severe cases. There is a vivid blood scene in this video, and again I repeat that sensitive viewers should be warned and take note that this is VERY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING!!!
TIP: This video is best watched if you push full screen button.
Something to note is although the first thrombosed external hemorrhoid is rather large in size, it is still at in the first stage of hemorrhoids, as it has not started to turn blueish in color.
The third video is the whole process of prolapsed hemorrhoids.
The fourth video is very severe cases of prolapsed hemorrhoids.
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