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does tucks (witch hazel) get rid of hemorrhoids or just soothe them?

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Dr. Rafael Lugo
General Surgery 28 years experience
Soothe: It just soothe them. Once hemorrhoids present, you need a procedure to get rid. The procedure used will depend on size of hemorrhoids.
Dr. Eric Kaplan
Colon and Rectal Surgery 42 years experience
Neither: I don't recommend tucks due to the alcohol and witch hazel. However they can soothe to some extent. I recommend kleenex cottonelle wipes as a better alternative.

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