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What Are Your Hemorrhoid Treatment Options?

Something that people often over-look is the fact that they’ve got options. There are many options for hemorrhoid treatment options. Many people don’t realize that, though, because they simply call their doctor and go along with the one option that he or she may give. This is a problem because not one method will work for everyone. When that is the case, it’s important to explore all of your options. This may mean exploring other avenues that don’t involve your doctor. Now – that being said – it’s imoprtant that your doctor sign off on all hemorrhoid treatment options that you undergo; however, they do not necessarily have to originate with he or she.

Option #1 – Use a Cream

Many doctors provide recommendations for over the counter creams and ointments that provide relief. The only problem with creams and ointments, (besides the fact that they are messy!) is that they only provide temporary relief. There is nothing about them that helps to solve the internal problem. Also, if there is a case of internal or external hemorrhoids that are really bad – like thrombosed hemorrhoids – creams will likely not have much of an effect.

Option #2 – Get Hemorrhoid Surgery

This is usually the second of only two hemorrhoid treatment options that doctors provide. Why? It’s basically all they know. Much the same as the cream, the hemorrhoid surgery is only a temporary solution. Cutting it off does not correct the wrongs that are still on the inside, creating the problem in the first place. It is also a well -known fact that hemorrhoid surgery is both painful and has a high percentage of hemorrhoids coming right back.

Option #3 – Hemorrhoid Treatment at Home

While this is the third option on our list, this actually comprises a variety of hemorrhoid treatment options. There are hundreds of home remedies for hemorrhoids that have been tried with success. These remedies are usually made up of quality ingredients that target each cause of the development of hemorrhoids. There is no doubt that there are plenty of hemorrhoid treatment options available to anyone who will look for them. The important thing is to take your health in your hands and determine ALL of your options for treating hemorrhoids.


Thrombosed Hemorrhoid Treatment

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A case of thrombosed hemorrhoids is much more severe than regular hemorrhoids because it involves the added tormenting problem of a blood clot. It therefore requires an intensive thrombosed hemorrhoid treatment that can handle the issue of blood clots in addition to the other issues associated with hemorrhoids.

It is simply a matter of logic to realize that the treatment you should be searching for, then, is one that includes a proven remedy for the issue of blood clots.

So what causes blood clots? There are a plethora of causes, actually, but among them are issues such as weak veins, poor blood circulation, the inability of the body to rid waste as it should as well as inflammation. Circulation, actually is probably the biggest factor in developing this condition. If waste is not able to circulate out of your veins as it should via normal blood circulation, then it gathers on the walls of the veins. This leads to buildup and eventually, to blood clots.

Before purchasing any thrombosed hemorrhoid treatment, learn if the ingredients therein can actually help to solve the causes so that your issue of thrombosis is not something that continuously ends up coming back. Also, look for hemorrhoid success stories to find out if the treatment in question is something that others have found success with as well.

A recommended ingredient that has been known to help resolve the issue of poor blood circulation and the development of blood clots is a natural herb known as butcher’s broom root. It’s been known to quickly enhance the problems of the circulatory system and has also been known to help to prevent or improve the issues with blood clotting as well.

This brief, informational video below discusses more regarding what to look for in a thrombosed hemorrhoid treatment and why. Best of luck!

What are Internal Hemorrhoids?

Internal hemorrhoids are the most common form of hemorrhoids.  Interestingly, every form of hemorrhoids is generally the same except for where it is located. The different forms include internal hemorrhoids, external and thrombosed.

Internal hemorrhoids are located on the inside of your anus, usually about an inch or so inside the rectum. Generally speaking, the main indication that you have an internal hemorrhoid is the appearance of blood that shows on the stool, toilet paper or inside of the toilet. As you probably know, any type of a hemorrhoid is an inflamed, swollen vein as the result of excess pressure in that region.

Internal hemorrhoids are, as mentioned before, the most common type of hemorrhoid. Generally, they are painless. They can, as mentioned before, cause bleeding however. You should treat your internal hemorrhoids as soon as you are aware of them.

The reason for this is because if internal hemorrhoids are not treated within a reasonable amount of time, they can cause your veins to stretch and prolapse (fall down) outside of your body. You can imagine how undesirable that situation would be. That could in fact result in needing to push the vein back in after you have a bowel movement. Not fun.

It is important to note the different stages of internal hemorrhoids. The extent of descent into the anal canal or even the outside of the anus is what determines each stage. The first stage is where your internal hemorrhoid is inflamed, but not prolapsed. It will produce light bleeding, if at all. This leads us to the second stage.

The second stage of an internal hemorrhoid is when it does in fact prolapse when having a bowel movement. It will, however, eventually return to its original position at some point, though. The third stage of internal hemorrhoids is when the enlarged vein will actually come out during each bowel movement and will actually then need to be put back in. The fourth and final stage of internal hemorrhoids is when the hemorrhoidal vein is permanently prolapsed. It cannot be put back in, because it will always fall back out.

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