Hemorrhoids are a general term for anal conditions. Major hemorrhoids are categorized into 3 types: "developing wart," "cutting," and "discharging pus."
Developing wart in the anus
There are internal hemorrhoids and external hemorrhoids.
The anal skin cuts.
Pus tunnels are formed in the anus.
Hemorrhoids are mainly caused by too much burden on the anus due to constipation, diarrhea, etc. In other words, if your life style is likely to cause constipation or diarrhea, you will have a higher chance of developing hemorrhoids.
It can be said that daily life habits are greatly associated with the onset or recurrence of hemorrhoids.
It is said that men and women suffer different types of hemorrhoids.
The most common type of hemorrhoid in both men and women is "hemorrhoids (piles)". However, the second most common hemorrhoid is "anal fistula" in men and "anal fissure" in women.
The reason why "anal fistula" is common in men is unknown, but it is said that the reason "anal fissure" is common in women is related to women tend to have constipation. If stool becomes hard due to constipation, the skin of the anus cuts at the time of a bowel movement and an "anal fissure" often develops.