How To Treat Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in the anal canal. They are painful, and can cause bleeding, itching, and inflammation. At least 75 percent of all Americans will develop them at some point. Many women get hemorrhoids during pregnancy or childbirth due to increased pressure in the area. While a few will require surgery, most do not require medical treatment. There are also many home treatments you can consider, particularly for less severe cases. The following steps will bring relief, but if you want to cure them in 2 days naturally, I recommend H Miracle.

  1. Visit your doctor.  Visiting your doctor is important if your hemorrhoid is especially painful or it is bleeding. You can get prescription medication to help soothe your discomfort. Also, surgery may be required in severe cases, and symptoms associated with hemorrhoids can also be associated with colon, rectal, or anal cancer, so be sure to visit your doctor if symptoms do not clear up with home remedies.
  2. Eat more fiber.  Fiber adds bulk, which can help other foods moving through your digestive system, reducing constipation. Constipation can cause hemorrhoids, so add fiber into your diet. You can get more fiber through eating many cereals, breads, and even pasta. You can also look into fiber supplements and stool softeners, which can both be purchased over the counter. However, do not add too much fiber too fast, which can be a shock to your system.
  3. Drink more fluids.  Any time you add fiber, you must drink more fluids. Try to get in your 8 glasses of water each day, especially when you have a hemorrhoid. Adding a glass of prune juice or other high fiber juice can also help you get more fiber. Keep up your fiber and fluid intake to avoid hemorrhoids in the future.
  4. Apply a hemorrhoid cream or suppository.  This is a particularly effective way to reduce the pain of hemorrhoids, and can speed the healing process. Experiment to find the product that works best for you.
  5. Use an over the counter medication.  Aspirin, ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can make hemorrhoid bleeding worse. If you do use an over the counter medication, choose an acetaminophen, such as Tylenol.
  6. Soothe your hemorrhoid.  Do not irritate it by wiping vigorously. Baby wipes or other moistened toilettes can be useful when you have a hemorrhoid, but avoid harsh chemicals. Applying ice packs to the area can help reduce swelling, and a warm bath can reduce the pain.
  7. Do not place strain on the area. Avoid heavy lifting, which puts pressure on the hemorrhoid, making it worse. Sleeping your stomach or side can help reduce swelling, and try not to sit for a long period. However, do not use a ring or donut cushion, which can actually make your symptoms worse.

Hemorrhoids can be very painful, but if you take proper care of them, you can reduce the pain and itching, as well as the healing time. Usually you can treat hemorrhoids effectively with home remedies, but be sure to see your doctor if symptoms do not improve.


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