Patient Comments: Hemorrhoids - Symptoms
What were the symptoms of your hemorrhoids?
A Doctor's View on Hemorrhoid Symptoms
Read the Comment by John P. Cunha, DO, FACOEP
If you have suffered from a hemorrhoid, you know how painful and uncomfortable they can be. The most common symptoms of hemorrhoids include pain and pressure in the rectal area (often feeling like you need to have a bowel movement); a burning or itching feeling around the anus; bright red blood in a bowel movement, toilet water, or on the toilet paper; or a lump of tissue around the anus. In general, internal hemorrhoids do not produce symptoms other than painless rectal bleeding as described previously. Read the entire Doctor's View
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