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Hemorrhoid in Children, Symptoms, Causes, and How to Overcome It

Although it is more common in adults, hemorrhoid can also be experienced by children. Hemorrhoid in children can occur if there are certain disorders, such as frequent constipation or diarrhea. What are the symptoms and how to overcome them? Check out the following review! Hemorrhoid or hemorrhoids are generally harmless, but this condition can make sufferers feel uncomfortable. Especially if hemorrhoid is experienced by children. Because children generally cannot express clearly how they feel or complain, parents need to be keen to see signs and symptoms of hemorrhoid in children, so that this condition can be overcome. Symptoms and Causes of Hemorrhoid in Children Generally, hemorrhoid symptoms in children are the same as in adults. Children with hemorrhoids can show the following signs and symptoms: Bleeding during bowel movements (CHAPTER) or bright red blood that comes out of the rectum. Mucus comes out of the rectum during or after bowel movements. Children cry or look i
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Recognize Various Causes of Dry Penis Skin

Dry skin problems can occur in any area of the body, including the penis. Dry penis skin often causes itching and makes it uncomfortable. Let's find out what are the causes of dry penis skin in the following article. The skin of the penis tends to be thinner and more sensitive than the skin of other parts of the body, so it is easily irritated which ultimately makes the skin of the penis dry. This condition can occur on the head and shaft of the penis, foreskin, or scrotum (sac of the testicles). A person who experiences dry penis skin can also experience the following symptoms: The skin of the penis feels tight especially after bathing or swimming. Itching is accompanied by exfoliation. A rash or redness appears on the penis. The skin of the penis is chapped and easily bleeds. Causes of Dry Penis Skin There are several things that can cause dry penis skin, including: 1. Contact dermatitis Condoms that contain spermicides and some types of soap contain certain chemica

Protect Our Children from Herpes Virus Infection

The herpes virus can affect anyone, including children and toddlers. One symptom of herpes virus attack in children is a blister wound around the lips. This herpes virus infection becomes dangerous when the virus in blisters spreads widely and infects other members of the body such as the brain and eyes. In general, the herpes virus in children or in adults is also called the herpes simplex virus. There are two types of herpes simplex virus and both can cause blisters on the face and genital area. Herpes simplex virus type 1, also called oral herpes simplex, more often causes blisters around the mouth or face. While herpes simplex type 2 or also called genital herpes simplex, often causes blisters on the genitals. In infants younger than three months, the herpes virus can spread to other parts of the body, namely the brain and eyes, causing serious health problems, such as herpes encephalitis and keratitis. Symptoms and Transmission of Herpes Virus Infection in Children Symptoms