Hemorrhoids

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Ron
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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Ron » Mon May 30, 2016 5:52 pm

If you find yourself in some of these signs, it is quite possible that this is hemorrhoids. As a physician, I recommend to carefully read this entire story - in it you will find answers to all questions.Doctors called hemorrhoids "plague all age groups" - he was exposed to people of any age, any social status and lifestyle.The world-famous Harvard University and the International Journal of Medical cite lack of fiber, as one of the causes of hemorrhoids. I agree with this, but as a doctor, and draw conclusions from the practice - there are other reasons, as well as other treatments.

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Alex5 » Mon May 30, 2016 9:17 pm

Drug-effects. Effective only in the early stages, it is the change in lifestyle and diet, increasing physical activity.
Drug therapeutic effect.
Reducing the pressure in the anal canal.
Non-surgical methods of influence.
Surgery.
People home treatment of hemorrhoids.
Do not self-medicate. Only a specialist is able to select the optimal therapy. It determines whether conservative medication requires surgery, or other ways of influencing hemorrhoids.

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Lorry » Wed Jun 01, 2016 9:30 am

Hemorrhoids develop when your blood vessels inside or just outside your anal area weaken, take note of this, there is normally a much bigger area of weakened blood vessels, than just the vessel that develops the hemorrhoid, and each of the weakened blood vessels has the chance of developing a hemorrhoid as well. So, lets say you take the doctors advice and have a banding operation, it may work, there is a chance that none will develop a hemorrhoid in the future, but there is a high chance, and it happened to me, that the hemorrhoids re-appear and have to be treated again. Obviously, if these alternative medicines are healing the most badly damaged blood vein, you can easily guess that the whole weakened area of blood veins is being strengthened as well.

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Matty » Fri Jun 03, 2016 12:32 pm

Internal hemorrhoids are not as painful as external hemorrhoids and can range in size from a slight swelling to large, sagging veins that stick out. Internal hemorrhoids may cause painless bleeding during a bowel movement. If you notice blood covering the stool, in the toilet bowl, or on the toilet paper, which is common with internal hemorrhoids, make sure to contact your doctor as soon as possible. A person may have both internal and external hemorrhoids. Symptoms of hemorrhoids include occasional throbbing pain, itching, burning sensation, bright red blood on toilet paper or stool, or a lump of soft tissue protruding outside of the anus.Common causes of hemorrhoids are constipation, straining during bowel movements.

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Logan
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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Logan » Tue Jun 07, 2016 4:18 pm

Try not to strain - One of the main causes of hemorrhoids is straining on the toilet. To avoid making your hemorrhoid worse, don't strain when going to the bathroom. If you feel constipated and a need to push, maybe you should increase your fluids or take a fiber supplement to avoid straining.3. Try not to hold it - When you feel the need to have a bowel movement, go as soon as nature calls. Don't hold it or wait for the urge to go away. Although some people don't like to go when they are faced with a public restroom, a friend's home, an airplane toilet, or an otherwise unfamiliar bathroom, holding it tends to make the stool harder to pass. A dry, hard stool will only inflame the hemorrhoids more.

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby JansenJace » Thu Jun 09, 2016 3:08 pm

That's how you need to treat it: Clean the anal area thoroughly after every bowel movement. Wipe gently so as not to further irritate the skin using either dampened, unscented toilet tissue or a pre-moistened baby wipe for sensitive skin. Take a warm bath. Fill a bath with warm water to about 10 centimeter (3.9 in). Ease yourself into the bath for approximately fifteen minutes and sit back with knees raised. This position will enable maximum exposure of the anal area to the warm water and will kill pain and soothe any irritation in the area.Add a handful of Epsom salts to the bath and make sure to stir the water well to dissolve the salt. Epsom salts can help to shrink and/or soothe the hemorrhoids.

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Natan Scot » Tue Jul 12, 2016 6:37 pm

Personaly i did not have this problem, but my partner had. and i know that you have to bump up the fiber. It softens your stools and makes move it through your body more easily. You’ll find it in beans, whole-grain breads and cereals, and fresh fruits and veggies. You may also want to try a supplement if you can't get enough from foods. Add fiber slowly to help avoid gas and bloating. Also you need to drink lots of fluids. Stay well hydrated to keep stools soft so they're easier to pass. Water is the best choice. Drink plenty throughout the day. Prune juice is a natural laxative and can help you go.

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Daymont » Fri Jul 15, 2016 3:42 pm

I know that it is a big problem. If you're experiencing hemorrhoids, dry toilet paper can scratch and tear at already swollen, inflamed veins. Instead of toilet paper, use unscented baby wipes or flushable wipes instead. Make sure you use wipes without fragrance or alcohol, as these may irritate hemorrhoids. Many people with hemorrhoids experience pain, especially during bowel movements. If you're experiencing pain because of hemorrhoids, try taking an over-the-counter pain reliever, like acetaminophen, in conjunction with topical treatments. Because hemorrhoids are caused by swollen, inflamed veins, an ice pack or cold compress can help reduce inflammation by slowing blood flow to the site of the hemorrhoid.

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Robb » Sun Jul 17, 2016 10:27 am

i think that it is better not to wait for long and visit a doctor, home treatment may be dangerous for you. first of all, don't spend a lot of time on the throne. If you don't go after a few minutes, don't strain or wait to try to force something to happen. try to get into a routine where you go at the same time every day. when you feel like you have to go, do it. don't wait for a better time or place. stool can back up. and that can lead to straining and more pressure. go as soon as you can when you feel the urge. good luck!!

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Re: Hemorrhoids

Postby Stephan » Mon Jul 18, 2016 10:42 am

I had it once and know how painful and annoying it can be. i also think that you should not think long and wait until somebody here will find out the best remedy for you. perhaps your situation is different from what the typical cures say. Better to visit a doctor and ask him what is best. However there are severa home remedies and if you do not want to go to the doctor, then you may try do it: for example hot bath, it make it sound and not so intence. ALso if you go to the pharmasy they can go you special moisture for this. it also helps.


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