First off, hemorrhoids and anal sex are no joke. And while sex doesn’t necessarily cause them, the penetration, friction, and pressure can agitate already angry veins in and around the rectum.
Piles usually occur in the anal canal (the first 4 – 5cm of the anal passage) in areas known as “cushions” or “pads”. Piles are inflamed swellings that in some extreme cases can …
Dear Alice, I want to know if you are able to have anal sex when you have hemorrhoids, and if there is a way that it will only hurt as much as it does to have sex that way without them.
Piles are inflamed and swollen collections of tissue that develop in the anal area. Also called hemorrhoids, they can develop inside or outside the anus and can be itchy and painful. We look at
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins located around the anus or in the lower rectum. About 50 percent of adults experienced the symptoms of hemorrhoids by the age of 50.. Hemorrhoids can either be
Hemorrhoids, also called piles, are vascular structures in the anal canal.   In their normal state, they are cushions that help with stool control.  They become a disease when swollen or inflamed ; the unqualified term "hemorrhoid" is often used to refer to the disease. 
Hemorrhoids and fissures occur in the rectum when chronic constipation and more tender damage anal tissues. A hemorrhoid is a pile of inflamed varicose veins in the inner layer of the rectum and anus. You should look out for an extended area of skin just beyond the anus if afflicted with external
Hemorrhoids (Piles) are commonly caused by straining while having a bowel movement, pregnancy, colon cancer, constipation, or chronic diarrhea. There are internal (inside the anus) and external hemorrhoids. Symptoms of a hemorrhoid include rectal bleeding, rectal pain and itching, and swelling.
Sometimes hemorrhoids prolapse, or get bigger and bulge outside the anal sphincter. Then you may be able to see them as moist bumps that are pinker than the surrounding area. And they’re more
Piles (haemorrhoids) are swellings that develop inside and around the back passage (anal canal). There is a network of small veins (blood vessels) within the lining of the anal canal. These veins sometimes become wider and engorged with more blood than usual.