Many people tend to feel embarrassed when discussing health issues around the anus or do not even care about its health. However, the anus is an important part of our body, just like other organs, and helps us discharge body waste all the time. In addition, the bad habit of not cleaning the anal area in time may increase the risk of catching infections or diseases.
Imagine you were sanitizing your anus one day during the shower and touched a raised ball in your anal area. You then started to worry: am I getting an anal tumor?
Let’s skip all the googling and searching, and find out what the “ball” is.
Rectal prolapse occurs when part of the large intestine slips outside your anus. It is caused by weakness of the muscles that support the rectum, which is normally the result of constipation, damage from giving birth in women, and so on. While rectal prolapse may cause discomfort, it’s rarely a medical emergency. The rectum will return to its correct position after feces.
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the lowest part of your rectum and anus. They occur when your rectum and anus get irritated. Excessive alcohol consumption, eating too many spicy foods, and constipation are all causes of hemorrhoids. But they often go away on their own, and only when the case is severe will it need medical treatment.
Genital warts mainly occur in the genitals, urethra, perianal and anal parts, and among all the cases, more than 95% of genital warts get transmitted through sexual contact. In rare cases, people get infected by contaminated underwear, bedpans, etc.
Looking for ways to help with genital warts? Spooky2 already has a blog on how to effectively remove genital warts. If you are interested, please click here to read the blog.
So, let’s learn what we should do when facing rectal prolapse and hemorrhoids.
The difference between rectal prolapse and hemorrhoids
Rectal prolapse and hemorrhoids can have similar symptoms, and people often mistake one for the other. While rectal prolapse has many possible causes, hemorrhoids are mainly the result of excessive straining.
Both conditions are accompanied by the appearance of blood in the stool. However, there is still some slight difference, which is the amount of bleeding. Rectal prolapse usually bleeds less, whereas hemorrhoids swell and bleed more, possibly dripping or shooting.
The most obvious difference is the duration of the two conditions. Hemorrhoids are always temporary and go away on their own within a week. Rectal prolapse is chronic and progressive. Symptoms of rectal prolapse may change, but they do not go away easily if not treated on time.
How to use Spooky2 to help rectal prolapse and hemorrhoids
Frequency healing therapy is an alternative treatment to traditional medical treatment. It does not have any side effects and is highly effective. If you find unidentified balls around your anus and have made a good distinction according to the above methods, then frequency healing therapy would be a good choice for you to relieve them naturally.
Spooky2 has the world’s largest frequency database which includes many beneficial frequencies. You can use these frequencies to help yourself, or your family members.
For instance, if you know that it is a symptom of hemorrhoids, you can type in hemorrhoids in the Spooky2 database to relieve your symptoms:
For rectal prolapse, the method is the same.