The classic symptom of an internal hemroids is the presence of blood when you go to the bathroom. The blood is found on the stool or toilet paper or in the toilet bowl.
Internal hemroids occasionally extend outside of the Excretory Orifice.
Certain conditions may cause internal hemroids to bulge and/or become irritated and bleed, including the following:
Trauma during childbirth
The extra weight of pregnancy
Chronic (long-lasting) constipation with straining
Excretory Orifice intercourse
Rarely, a bulging internal hemroids may cause a blood clot to occur.