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How Can You Get Rid of Hemorrhoids and Keep Them Away? Three Tips

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Hemorrhoid treatment at home

Did you know that about 10.4 million people in the U.S. have issues with hemorrhoids? Hemorrhoids are a painful condition where the veins in the rectum or anus become swollen and inflamed. There are multiple causes, and by age 50, about half of all American adults have had to deal with this issue. Luckily, there are several ways to reduce or prevent hemorrhoids from developing. Here are three things everyone suffering from hemorrhoids should know.

1. How Can I Get Rid of Hemorrhoids?

In the majority of cases, over the counter suppositories, creams, and ointments can help to relieve the itchy and painful symptoms. If a blood clot has formed inside an external hemorrhoid, or you have a very persistently painful hemorrhoid, the doctor might remove it with a simple incision. Injections, heat coagulation, and rubber band ligation are common procedures that might cause mild pain but effectively eliminate the hemorrhoid. For larger hemorrhoids, surgery is sometimes necessary.

2. Are There Natural Hemorrhoid Treatments?

Yes, and this option often appeals to individuals who would rather not see a doctor or get prescription medication. Ice packs are one option, as are frozen probes. These can be inserted into the anus to reduce swelling and provide temporary relief. Stiz baths, taken after a bowel movement, can help reduce swelling and itching. You should also stay active, since sitting for too long can aggravate your hemorrhoids. If you do need to sit, purchase a more comfortable air donut that will keep pressure off your sensitive area.

3. Can You Get Rid of Hemorrhoids for Good?

To be realistic, the best treatment for hemorrhoids is proper prevention, and good diet. Avoid starch, and include lots of fresh fruits, green vegetables, whole grains and fish in your diet. High fiber foods like grains help to both soften your stools and increase the bulk, reducing the risk of straining, which causes or worsens hemorrhoids. Drink multiple glasses of water each day, and if your doctor recommends it, ingest a fiber supplement. As mentioned before, exercise is a good idea. Activity helps prevent constipation and vein pressure.

Do you feel like you know the answer to “How can I get rid of hemorrhoids?” Let us know in the comments! Find out more at this site: www.hemrid.com

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  2. Melanie Sharp

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