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How to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids
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The simple fact that you are actually reading this says something in itself. Perhaps you have nothing better to do. Or, perhaps you have many better things to do, but you want to relieve, or better yet prevent, a sore heiney.
- After a shower or bath, blot the area with a clean, white tissue and wait ten or fifteen minutes.
- Puncture a vitamin E capsule with a push-pin. (You might even like to keep a push-pin in the bottle, as long as it is out of reach of children and brightly colored so you can spot it, too.)
- Place the opened end of the vitamin E capsule right up against the anus, and squeeze the capsule. Spread the slightly oily vitamin E around and you will be pleased with the prompt results.
- Repeat twice daily.
- If you are going to sit, sit on a padded chair or put a pillow on a chair. Let your bum rest. Don’t sit on hard chairs like school chairs. Wear cotton underwear so that your bottom half can breath and not get irritated from the heat.
- Use natural oils from chestnut and aloe to minimize the pain and to increase the regenerations of your veins.
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- Eat more fiber. This means softer, easier to pass stools.
- Drink more water. You need water for fiber to work. The bowel is your water recycling center, by the way. A human bowel movement usually contains only about 150 ml (that’s about half a Dixie cup) of water. The rest, and we’re talking quarts, is reclaimed by your body, which is itself made two-thirds of water. Dry stools are an adaptation for land animals, especially birds and reptiles, that conserve water super efficiently. Although we are capable of forming a very solid stool, it is better for your butt if you don’t.
- Eat less meat. Meat contains no fiber. Even lean meat has a lot of fat compared to grains, beans, vegetables and fruit, which are loaded with fiber.
- While herbal supplements are not to be considered a hemorrhoid cure, many sufferers find relief with an herbal hemorrhoid treatment. Herbal ingredients found to be beneficial include Japanese pagoda tree, horse chestnut, and butcher’s broom. Soaking in a shallow bath can also soothe the pain and swelling. Medicated pads available commercially contain witch hazel, which is a natural astringent that can help alleviate pain and reduce swelling. Some people are sensitive to astringents and the analgesics contained in hemorrhoid cream, so caution should be exercised when using these products.
- Hemorrhoid cream contains active ingredients that go directly to the problem and provide soothing relief. For bleeding hemorrhoids, an especially mild hemorrhoid treatment cream may be used to bring immediate relief and not cause further harm to already damaged tissues. Apply to the surface of the hemorrhoid with a cotton ball, cotton swab or your fingertips.
- Surgical hemorrhoid treatment is performed in several different ways. For internal hemorrhoids, ligation is the treatment of choice. The hemorrhoid is bound with a rubber band, cutting off the blood supply. The hemorrhoid will eventually dry up and fall off. Ligation is usually performed in a doctor’s office and requires no special preparation. Another option is injecting a hardening agent into the base of internal hemorrhoids to cut off circulation, which causes the hemorrhoid to shrivel up. A hemorrhoidectomy is a surgical procedure recommended for unusually large and bothersome internal hemorrhoids.
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- Failure to prevent or relieve hemmorhoids will result in the need for outpatient surgery. This is a simple procedure which includes a lidocaine shot in the affected region. Once the lidocaine takes effect, you’ll feel nothing, but the shot itself is excruciatingly painful. One or two days of post-operative recuperation are required, accompanied by prescription pain medication. Keep the area dry and employ a donut pillow.
- Any bleeding whatsoever may be a sign of something more serious and should be checked by a doctor ASAP!
- Be sure to check with your doctor or pharmacist if you have any allergies, medical conditions or are taking any medications or herbs as these all may affect your treatment plan.
Things You’ll Need
- Non-bleeding external hemorrhoids should be treated with hydrocortisone 2.5% (Preparation H w/ cortisone) cream. Note that this cream is for external use only.
- Non-bleeding internal hemorrhoids may have to be dealt with by a physician but in the meantime, glycerin-based suppositories offer the best option in lubricating the anus and helping to avoid any pain.
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