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Hemorrhoid: There are two types of hemorrhoid- internal which you usually cannot see or feel because they are far too deep inside and external which are closer to the outside and you may see or feel them. Internal hemorrhoids are usually painless but may bleed occasionally. External hemoorhoids can present with severe pain, difficulty sitting and itching. There are several treatment options for hemorrhoids. ...Read more
External hemorrhoids can be treated medically or by surgical excision. Surgery can be done under general or local anesthesia and is painful. I recommend it only when medical management fails.
In most cases, topical barrier cream, fiber, and fluids and careful hygience suffice.
If you consider surgery, try to identify what symptom is bothering you and if is your hemorrhoids or something els. ...Read more
I have a haemeriod, what do I do? Cream is being used but how can I make it go for good? Only one lot of blood the day I discovered it.
I have a hemoriod outside its just a flap of skin now who can take it off? I am just hanging there it vary weird or can I do it myself somehow?
Skin flap: This could be a skin tag but I would see a physician to have this checked out. ...Read more
Hi I'm a 28. Year old female. In had banding of hemmoriod s twice I'm always losing thick brown bloody with white swirls in I don't.even have.to hav.?
Question is not clear: Your question is not clear. Anyway having a blood or swirls or white discharge after hemorrhoid banding you need to contact to consult with the G.I. doctor or surgeon who did the hemorrhoid banding. If you're having pain fever chills or significant bleeding get immediate medical attention. ...Read more
Possibly indirectly.: If you have dry, rough, stool and are straining excessively to pass stool — that could be a source of back pain that would be in conjunction with hemorrhoids (but not caused by it). If you have large external hemorrhoids and alter your gait or how you sit to decrease presurre on hemorrhoids (compensate) that could also lead to back pain. Take care. ...Read more
Can try to : Optimize your bowel habit like staying hydrated, good insoluble fiber intake, remaining active, avoiding straining too much on the toilet, avoiding spending too much time on the toilet (no phone, books, ipads), avoiding heavy resistance exercises(like squats) that cause you to Valsalva/strain too much. In the end a hemorrhoid may resolve with time. ...Read more
Yes, but better Rx: Aloe may provide some relief but if symptomatic, there are better preparations that often include a corticosteroid such as Hydrocortisone (anusert, anusol, proctosol). In addition, getting to the root of what causes hemorrhoids (constipation, not sufficient fiber, not enough water intake, not enough exercise) should be taken into account to reduce the severity of hemorrhoids. ...Read more
I have piles bleeding when I go for toilet. Tell the medicine for hameriods I am taking sitcom oxirute?
Sure its piles?: Need diagnosis first. "Cure" depends on if simply just hemorrhoids/fissure or something serious. Have you been straining at stool, have rectal dysfunction, perform an activity that increases pelvic engorgement with blood or increases pelvic pressure (heavy lifting, prolonged sitting, etc.)? History of colitis, infection, rectal/anal trauma or high risk? Best to get checked--don't delay please. ...Read more
Could by forcing thing into your rectum cause it to have some large swelling appear. Similar to hemoriod?
Yes: Traumatic insertion of anything into any bodily orifice can easily result in harm, and a hemorrhoid is likely what you are describing. If it doesn't go away shortly, see your local physician to get it checked out, and don't be bashful telling them what happened--they've probably heard it all before! ...Read more
Colonoscopy today. Dr. Says hemmoriods are really bad. What are consequences of not having hemroidectomy?
Can I take anything to give me temporary relief from hemriod pian? How quickly can I expect relief from pian after seeing the doctor?
It Depends: Taking baths in plain warm water often relieves hemorrhoidal discomfort. The most appropriate treatment, however, cannot be determined until after an exam has been done. Non-hemorrhoid conditions also need to be ruled out. If your problem is, in fact, from internal hemorrhoids, most patients experience significant relief even after the first treatment session, though this varies. ...Read more
Yes: The space between the vaginal opening and the rectum varies but they can be quite close. With intercourse there is enough transmitted motion to the anus that a nearby hemorrhoid (varicose vein of the rectum) could be irritated and cause pain. Using a good lubricant might help but getting the hemorrhoid taken care of would be better. ...Read more
Been bleeding in stool for 2 weeks now... What causes this... Have had hemriods in the past... Can it be that?
I am looking for the best cure for hemeroids. I am currently using a herbal course of medicine called hemrid.
Depends: Hemorrhoids can be treated in many ways of which many are effective. Add soluble fiber and more water to your diet. Hemorrhoids that are painful can be shrunk with several over the counter agents such as witch hazel (best when cold), or lanced if they are clotted. If they are not painful and "pop-out, " then they can be ligated, surgically removed, or injected with scarring agents. ...Read more
Is it normal to have blood in boxers with hemrriod? Always have diarrehea all the time I had gall sludge in the past
Yes: Yes, but please be examined for other causes by a GI specialist. You may wish to have your hemorrhoid s removed or treated as per your GI doc who will also want to look into your chronic diarrhea as well. Double vision is obviously not normal and will require a neurology consult. Best wishes for a speedy recovery! ...Read more
My younger sister has hemorrhoids and we found a product called hemrid and I was wondering if she is allowed to use it. She's 13.?
Care of hemorrhoids: Hemorrhoids are a dilation and swelling of the expandable tissue around the rectal opening. Non operative treatment is recommended, and includes a bowel regimen (fiber, stool softners, laxatices to goal of 2 soft bowel movements daily) local sauves (prep h, desitin, (zinc oxide diaper cream) anti fungals, other) and hygiene (shower, hair dryer area daily). Surgery only if above fails. Check with pharmacy on hemrid. ...Read more
What is the best remedy for a themboisis hemirroid to get rid of it to stop the pain and it is unconfortable pain, get rid of it
A : A thrombosed external hemorrhoid is a painful lump at the anal opening from a blood clot in a small vein. They usually resolve in a few days with warm bath soaks and you can try a pain medicine over the counter (ibuprofen, etc.). Larger external thrombosed hemorrhoids can be removed in a doctor's office. Internal hemorrhoids can be banded, but not external hemorrhoids. ...Read more
Is piles cure is possible without surgery. I have hemerjod of pile at outer anus. Is piles also reaponsible for digestive disorder?
Mucus with blood, Is it possible because of my internal hemorriods? I did a surgery in 2011 to remove them, colons-copy done in 2012
But blood with mucous can also be colitis — infection or inflammation of the colon. All blood should be evaluated. You did not say how much or how often, but this is still active, it is a good idea to have this checked.
Hemorrhoids benefit from Sitz baths, increased fiber, increased fluid intake, so would also add those as a regular regimen. ...Read more