External hemorrhoids - Piles
External hemorrhoids develop around the rectum and are often more painful than internal hemorrhoids because the skin around them is very sensitive.
Sometimes external piles rupture and slight bleeding occur. You might notice bright red blood on the toilet paper after straining to pass a stool.
In rare cases, a vein inside an hemorrhoid breaks, blood may pool under the skin, forming a hard, painful lump. This is called a thrombosed, or clotted hemorrhoid.
A sudden sharp or burning pain during a bowel movement, along with a small spot of blood on toilet tissue, is more likely to be an fissure than a hemorrhoid.
Symptoms are sever pain and swelling, a hard lump around the anus. The lump may have a blue or purple tint..
Other symptoms for external hemorrhoids are:
With Rue Care Oil for hemorrhoids treatment most sufferers experience immediate relief from intense hemorrhoid pain and may cure hemorrhoid in a short period of time.