from The Century Dictionary.
- Affected with thrombosis.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective affected with or obstructed by a clot of coagulated blood
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I went to the Doctor because I have two Hemorrhoids…one is pretty big and thrombosed and the other is just a small one.
Often, though, the hemorrhoid is thrombosed, which means that it has a blood clot in it.
The small hemorrhoid, if not thrombosed, may or may not go away with time.
I told him that I had fixed countless thrombosed hemorrhoids, and that if I had the tools I needed, I could fix it for him in a flash.
I asked him all the appropriate questions and diagnosed him as having a thrombosed hemorrhoid that needed treatment.
I believe I also have a thrombosed external hemorrhoid.
However, I have read on the internet that if a thrombosed external hemorrhoid is over 72 hours old, doctors usually conclude that it is not worth excising it, as the pain from the recovery is worse than just leaving it alone to naturally heal.
I think I have had thrombosed external hemorrhoid for about seven days now.
Sounds like a thrombosed hemorrhoid to me, and those are painful and usually require a trip to the doc to get treated.
How much would this cost generally if you have both internal and external hemmorhoids, but internal is thrombosed?