Blood from hemorrhoids may not be life threatening, but it can cramp your style and decrease your quality of life to an extent. What’s more, bloody hemorrhoids can make a huge dent in your confidence and may make you avoid other people. There’s always the chance that the blood from your hemorrhoids will show in your pants or skirts…and that’s one embarrassing, not to mention humiliating, experience you’d rather do without.
When hemorrhoids bleed, you’ve already developed a severe case of the condition. Blood from hemorrhoids is always a signal that you have internal hemorrhoids, they are bleeding, and if left untreated could progress to what physicians call an incarcerated, prolapsed hemorrhoid.
In layman’s terms, that simply means your internal hemorrhoids is already protruding from your anus and you can’t manually return it into the anal canal. Returning a prolapsed—or protruding—hemorrhoids into the anal canal is indeed possible. That is, if you haven’t reached the fourth degree of severity yet.
In this instance, an incarcerated prolapsed hemorrhoid is a painful, extremely sore bloody hemorrhoids that will definitely show in your underwear and in your pants if you don’t address this problem stat!
But there are ways to address potentially embarrassing bloody hemorrhoids.