HTG Reveals Key Differences Between Hemorrhoid Symptoms and Symptoms of Anal Fissures

Following the November 18th Wire article, titled “When is the Right Time to Talk about Anal Fissures?” HTG revealed key differences between traditional hemorrhoid symptoms and symptoms caused by anal fissures.

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New York, NY (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group (HTG), a site devoted to providing hemorrhoid treatment and prevention information, recently revealed the key differences between the symptoms of hemorrhoids and the symptoms of anal fissures. The revelation came in the wake of The Wire’s November 18th article, entitled “When Is the Right Time to Talk about Anal Fissures?” The article discussed the social phobias associated with anal fissures, and many individuals’ hesitance to discuss the potential issues anal fissures can incur. To clear up confusion between anal fissures, one of the conditions often confused with hemorrhoids, and the onset of hemorrhoids, Hemorrhoid Treatment Group revealed differences in the two conditions.

In Alexander Abad-Santos’ TheWire.com article, he commented on anal fissures and the social repercussions of suffering from them. The article, heavy-handed in speech, failed to acknowledge the likelihood of many sufferers scouring the internet for information, including seeking the opinions of others on internet forums. Abad-Santos then provided a brief outline for sufferers to follow in determining who to talk to and when to bring up the topic of anal fissures.

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group, in the wake of The Wire’s article, encouraged readers to search for these differences in symptoms; while there are many conditions that get mistaken for hemorrhoids, anal fissures are arguably the most common.

Alexander Abad-Santos is a regular writer for The Wire. His writings are varied in nature, and range from the covering of political issues to commentaries on social issues and entertainment.

Whatever the symptoms, individuals should seek professional medical help and guidance regarding treatment and prevention options.

Information provided by the Hemorrhoid Treatment Group website is not intended to be used to diagnose or treat any condition. This information is provided purely for educational purposes. Please consult your doctor for correct diagnosis and treatment, as bleeding from the rectum may be caused by many different things including life threatening conditions.

About HemorrhoidTreatmentGroup.com:
HemorrhoidTreatmentGroup.com, an online news source, is tasked with providing readers with up-to-date news and counsel pertaining to hemorrhoids, including prevent and treatment.


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