Online Hemorrhoids Test

Hemorrhoids do not appear overnight - they develop slowly and appear after an accidental provocation - physical exertion, spicy food or constipation. But there is a way to recognize hemorrhoids at an early stage and prevent it in the easiest and most painless way.

This self-test will allow you to determine the presence or absence of the most common signs of hemorrhoids yourself.

Age:
Height:
Weight:
Gender:

Patient interview:

Symptoms: Relevance
Anal itching: 0   1   2   3
Rectal Pain: 0   1   2   3  
Constipation:
Straining during bowel movements
0   1   2   3
Sedentary work: 0   1   2   3
Rectal Bleeding:
Blood in stool during bowel movements
0   1   2   3
Physical exercise: 0   1   2   3
Have you given birth:
Only for women
Anal neoplasms:
Pink bumps around the edge of or bulging out from your anus
0   1   2   3
Rectal Prolapse:
The last section of your large intestine - drops down or slides out of your anus
0   1   2   3
Defication duration:
Incomplete Defecation: 0   1   2   3
Varicose veins and spider veins: 0   1   2   3
Chronic cough: 0   1   2   3
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Note! Taking hemorrhoids tests cannot replace the consultation of a proctologist. The purpose of this test is for self-control only. It is best to discuss the results with an experienced doctor. We recommend that you print out the results of the passed test and come with them for a consultation with a doctor.



About Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids, also called piles, are vascular structures in the anal canal. In their normal state, they are cushions that help with stool control. The signs and symptoms of hemorrhoids depend on the type present.

Internal hemorrhoids are usually present with painless, bright red rectal bleeding when defecating. External hemorrhoids often result in pain in the area of the anus. Read more...

Internal and External Hemorrhoids

Internal hemorrhoids originate above the dentate line. They are covered by columnar epithelium, which lacks pain receptors. They were classified in 1985 into four grades based on the degree of prolapse. Read more...

External hemorrhoids occur below the dentate or pectinate line. They are covered proximally by anoderm and distally by skin, both of which are sensitive to pain and temperature. Read more...

Hemorrhoids Treatment

Treatment of hemorrhoids is divided by the cause of symptoms, into internal and external treatments. Accurately classifying a patient’s symptoms and the relation of the symptoms to internal and external hemorrhoids is important.

Treatment guidelines are available from the American Gastroenterological Association, the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. Read more...

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