You Don't Have to Live with a Pain in the Derrière!
Hemorrhoids and Ibs are very much connected because of the nature of Ibs. By the way Ibs stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as Irritable Bowel Disease, or Irritable Colon.
So what happens with Ibs.
As the words tell you, your bowels are irritated. This results in the bowels being one moment very constipated and the next one being very loose like diarrhea.
This usually manifests itself in three different ways. In some instances people might experience one normal bowel movement followed by a constipated one repeatedly.
While others might experience a normal bowel movement followed by a diarrhea one repeatedly. Lastly with some individuals they might suffer from constipation and diarrhea bowel movements alternating.
This pattern may repeat itself over and over. These bowels may also be accompanied by one or more of the following: abdominal cramps, bloating, mucus in the stools, nausea, and a sensation of always wanting to empty the bowels.
Ibs is quiet a common ailment with people, and there is no real known cause for it. Some theory state that it is due to a change in routine or stress that brings it on. I personally believe that it is food that causes this and nothing else.
The good old saying "what you eat is what you are" most certainly applies here.
This is the "perfect conditions" to cause you hemorrhoids.
From this you can see the Hemorrhoids Ibs connection.
SIDEBAR: All this continues going to the toilet, either too soft as diarrhea, or too hard as constipation, will definitely cause hemorrhoids.
It is therefore crucial that you cure your Ibs problem to be able to cure or at least to avoid hemorrhoids.
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