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What Are The Most Beneficial Hemroids Remedies? PDF Print Email
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Written by: Alana Vaughn   
Friday, 06 May 2011 13:07
Nobody likes to deal with hemorrhoids because this condition can range from irritating to painful. Fortunately, there are some good hemorrhoid treatments that you can get, which are home remedies and also from your doctor. Basically, you can treat them on your own if they aren't that bad, but if the condition doesn't get better, you must see a doctor. The hemorrhoid remedies that are discussed below have worked for a lot of people.


Nobody likes to deal with hemorrhoids because this condition can range from irritating to painful. Fortunately, there are some good hemorrhoid treatments that you can get, which are home remedies and also from your doctor. Basically, you can treat them on your own if they aren't that bad, but if the condition doesn't get better, you must see a doctor. The hemorrhoid remedies that are discussed below have worked for a lot of people.

If you find that over the counter hemorrhoid medications haven't been effective, or don't work quickly enough, you may want to see your doctor for a stronger prescription. Your doctor can prescribe hemorrhoid medication that can be extremely effective and fast acting. While we must always suggest to see a doctor for medical conditions, we also understand that not everyone wants to do that for their own personal reasons.

Sometimes hemorrhoids can induce terrible pain and/or anal bleeding, and other conditions can cause anal bleeding; so in those circumstances please see your doctor immediately. But if you're not at that point, first be grateful, and then you may want to try an alternative treatment approach or an OTC product.

Ointments for topical use are also available, and that is an extra treatment approach to use with the oral treatment. Another way for treating hemorrhoids is to apply an ice pack to the anal area. This is something that must be done a few times every day for ten to fifteen minutes per session. This operates by utilizing the same principles as putting ice on a external wound because hemorrhoids are basically an inflammation that can be decreased by putting a cold pack on it. One strategy to use is to put this ice in a small zip lock bag. This is really a recommended treatment for those that have hemorrhoids that really hurt and are swollen because this method can reduce the swelling and pain very quickly.

It's also very important to exercise regularly when treating hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids, like many other health problems, can be partially caused by a sedentary lifestyle. Hemorrhoids can be directly caused by spending too much time sitting in a chair. The nature of many jobs makes this impossible for some people to avoid this, unfortunately. No matter what kind of job you have, however, you can begin a regular exercise program. You can irritate your condition by straining yourself, such as when lifting heavy weights, and should avoid this until your hemorrhoids clear up. Moderate exercise is a great way to treat hemorrhoids.

The procedure is done on an outpatient basis, so that's great, and it is called a hemorrhoidectomy. When nothing else will work at all, then the doctor will begin to consider a hemorrhoidectomy. However, take heart because this is usually not needed as hemorrhoids tend to eventually respond to one or more combinations of treatments. The above treatments are for hemorrhoids. The best treatment for you will depend on how serious your symptons are. If you leave your hemorrhoids untreated they can get worse. Before you find the right treatment for you, you might have to try several types of treatments. If your hemorrhoids come back you will know what treatment works for you.

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