Curing Hemorrhoids are clusters of widened (broadened) veins in the butt and lower rectum. The rectum is the last space of the internal organ before it ways out to the rear-end. The butt is the finish of the gastrointestinal system where excrement leaves the body. Here and there hemorrhoids expand when the veins extend and their dividers become extended, flimsy, and aggravated by passing stool. Hemorrhoids are characterized into two general classes:
inner, starting in the rectum, and
outside, starting in the rear-end.