What distinguishes haemorrhoids from cancer?

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What distinguishes haemorrhoids from cancer?

Knowing the difference between HAEMORRHOIDS and cancer is crucial.

Find out what the differences are and what you should do if you think you have one or the other.

Haemorrhoids, also known as piles, are lumps that form inside and around the bottom of your body.

They’re swollen veins that can become irritated and bleed, hurt, or itch if they become irritated.

Haemorrhoids can affect anyone, but the risk increases as you get older.

They usually go away on their own after a few days, but if you’re concerned, you should always contact your doctor or general practitioner.

The NHS lists the following symptoms of haemorrhoids:

The NHS also offers treatment and prevention options for haemorrhoids:

If the haemorrhoids don’t go away after seven days of home treatment or if they keep coming back, you should see your doctor.

Symptoms of haemorrhoids and certain types of cancer can be similar.

Haemorrhoids are more common than cancer and are the most common cause of rectal bleeding and pain.

Cancer symptoms differ slightly from those of haemorrhoids, and they include:

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