hemorrhoids

NickJunior

Senior Member
Khmer
Hello,
Mr. A has hemorrhoids that are giving him pain and he can't really sit on his bottom. Can I say that Mr. A has hemorrhoids butt?

Thanks
 
  • Dimcl

    Senior Member
    Canadian English
    Hello,
    Mr. A has hemorrhoids that are giving him pain and he can't really sit on his bottom. Can I say that Mr. A has hemorrhoids butt?

    Thanks
    You don't explain why you would want to say that, NJ. Honestly, it sounds like something a child might say in a nasty sort of way. This is definitely something that you don't want to say.
     

    MrYeahbut

    Senior Member
    USA- English
    Hello,
    Mr. A has hemorrhoids that are giving him pain and he can't really sit on his bottom. Can I say that Mr. A has hemorrhoids butt?

    Thanks
    If you must make mention of this, you would just say ' Mr A has hemorrhoids.'

    Also, you would say 'Mr A can't really sit down.'


    I hope this helps you.
     
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    ewie

    Senior Member
    English English
    If you wanted it to sound a bit less 'clinical', NickJ, you could say Mr A has piles (in BE ~ not sure about AE). But as the previous two speakers said, it's not something one generally talks about in polite society:D
     

    Nunty

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    Hebrew-US English (bilingual)
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