Thombrostic hemorhoids

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mom1978
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Date Joined Sep 2008
Total Posts : 150
   Posted 9/28/2008 5:03 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi there,
Just curious if any crohnies have suffered from a thombrostic hemorhoid, which is an external hemorhoid, with a blood clot in it, it is extremely painful, and needs to be lanced in the doctors office, in order to get the infection out.
I have had this problem twice, it is from having extreme bowel movements, and straining I believe,
I had it once before i was pregnant, and once during my pregnancy,
as I said it is extremely painful, it creates a lot of pressure in which it makes it unbearable to have a bowel movement, and almost unbearable to urinate,
IF any of you have had this, could you please let me know some info, and im thinking maybe its linked to the stomach problems that I am having as we speak,
thanks again
kelly
30 year old female, currently being diagnosed with a possible crohns, or celiacs disease. Have lost 40 pounds, cant eat very much, distended abdomen, low b12, constant diarrhea, diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2006, also have PTSD, and have suffered from depression and bipolar episodes since being a teen.
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Veebo
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Date Joined Nov 2007
Total Posts : 147
   Posted 9/28/2008 7:35 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey again. I actually had a hemorrhoid that was on its way to thrombosis. I had so much pain...when I went to the bathroom I would scream. So you can imagine how prepping for a colonoscopy was with this thing. My doc lanced it after my colonoscopy when I was still out so I actually felt some relief when I woke up. The day after I felt so much better because I still had not eaten anything solid. So I remained on a liquid diet to give my body a break from having my normal 5-8 daily movements. It helped a lot with letting the hemorrhoids rest. You may want to try that next time to give yourself a break. I know I will be doing the liquid diet again as often as needed. Take care.

mom1978
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Date Joined Sep 2008
Total Posts : 150
   Posted 9/28/2008 8:23 AM (GMT -7)   
hmmm, well i had one on its way as well, and was in a lot of pain, when i went for my colonoscopy, however the doc officiating, said that it wasnt too bad, and that it should go down on its own, thank God, because i was still on liquids, it did go down completely,
they are very painful though, and hard to describe.
My first one was the size of a golf ball, the second one not so big, but I think its because I caught it before it got too big, cause once I started experiencing the symptoms, i knew what was wrong, therefore I had to go to emerg and get it done again, this is by far the most painful thing I have ever went through, its worse than being in labour for crying out loud.
take care, and thanks again for the insights, veebo!!
kelly
30 year old female, currently being diagnosed with a possible crohns, or celiacs disease. Have lost 40 pounds, cant eat very much, distended abdomen, low b12, constant diarrhea, diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2006, also have PTSD, and have suffered from depression and bipolar episodes since being a teen.
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