Swollen veins in your lower rectum are hemorrhoids. Although they frequently bleed, internal hemorrhoids are typically painless. Hemorrhoids on the outside could be painful. Hemorrhoids, often known as piles, are enlarged veins in the lower rectum and anus that resemble varicose veins.
The type of hemorrhoid will often determine the signs and symptoms.
There are 2 types of Hemorrhoids
These are located beneath the skin near your anus. Some warning signs and symptoms include:
Inside the rectum are internal hemorrhoids. They rarely cause discomfort and are typically impossible to see or feel. But straining or soreness during urinating can result in:
Bleeding is painless during bowel motions. Small amounts of bright red blood may be seen on your toilet tissue or in the bowl.
A prolapsed or projecting hemorrhoid that pushes through the anal orifice, causing discomfort and irritation.
Your anus's veins can expand or protrude as a result of pressure on them. Increased pressure in the lower rectum can cause hemorrhoids if: