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Prompt Relief Hemorrhoidal Medication
Not a good choice.: Stop bleeding by applying pressure. Rinse wound w clean water. Clean surrounding skin w soap & water on wash cloth. Remove debris w tweezers. If material remains in wound – seek medical care. Apply antibiotic ointment. Initially cover w bandage until some healing has occurred. Change bandage when soiled/ wet or at least daily. Need tetanus shot if you haven't had one in last 10 years, don't know ...Read more
Yes, but: Thia proceduo is indicated only for prolapse. Internal hemorrhoid. And have been used for Prilosec rectum. Not indicated for any external hemorrhoid. The problem is that there is already a lot of less invasive procedure for in thermal hemorrhoid. The bottom line that when it is indicated, it is an excellent procedure. ...Read more
Proctitis?: Hemorrhoids don't generally get infected. Maybe rectal inflammation/infection (proctitis)? If so, or if you have an anal fissure, doxycycline might help. If under a doctor's care, follow his or her advice. If not, see a doctor now. If your anus has been sexually exposed, get tested for STD; doxycycline is the treatment of choice for rectal chlamydia. ...Read more
Cost of any: Surgical procedure will vary from location to location, facilty where done and the doctor performing the procedure. I do not know what you mean about hemorrhoid cauterization and do not recommend letting anyone do this to you. See a specialist such as a colon and rectal surgeon before taking dangerous risks on an inadequate and potentially dangerous procedure done by unqualified person ...Read more
Difficult to say:
The answer to this question depends on a lot of factors, two easy ones would be:
1. Where is it being done (office/SurgiCenter)?
2. What kind of anesthesia is being used (local/sedation/general)?
If you want to know, the best way to find out is to speak to the doctor's office about how much the procedure will actually cost you. The office would have your insurance information and they'd help. ...Read more
I have hemorrhoidal bumps for a long time. I tried all the creams and it doesn't seem to work. What should I do?
Possibilities...: Consider anal fissure, hemorrhoid (s), proctitis (inflamed rectum), anal abscess or fistula, juvenile retention polyp, trauma to the anal canal, skin changes around the anus (benign or malignant), condylomata. The only way to find out, and to start appropriate treatment, is to get examined. See your doctor please for confirmation of diagnosis first, especially since empiric therapy hasn't worked. ...Read more
Definitely yes.: Aspirin, or any other blood thinner, can make hemorrhoids bleed. Many studies demonstrating this fact can be found at pubmed. ...Read more
I've had, what I believe is an anal fissure for a couple months now, I just recently started treating it. Does hemorrhoidal cream help heal it?
3 days ago, I went 2 the bathroom, & ever since I whipped, I've been in a lot of pain in my rectum. Hemorrhoidal suppositories not working. What 2 do?
What do you have?: "rectal pain" may originate in anal canal, rectum, or further up the line. Frequent anal sources of pain/bleeding include hemorrhoids ; fissures, that may respond to modifying stool texture (fiber, softeners) ; topical agents, or require further intervention. Consider anal ; rectal cancer, infections, ischemic colitis, anorectal dysfunction, inflammatory bowel, prostatitis, lots more. Get checked. ...Read more
Exposed to hpv16 in the past & had warts. No symptoms now. Am using hemorrhoidal cream. Hrs after masturbated quickly touched applicator. Safe to inject?
Groin itch: I would recommend you get examined for a diagnosis so a treatment plan can be done ...Read more
Hello, I had an a classical hemmorhoidal excision op on 19.11.13 (external).How long it takes till it´s completlely healed? Still have something there..
Can I use a hemorroidal suppository while breastfeeding? Baby is 3months. Tried everything else...
Can the ingredient phenylephrine that's found in hemmorhoidal creme be effective against scabies?
There are 3 classes of medications for this type of pain:
1- anti-inflammatory: steroids (solumedrol, decadron, etc)and nsaids (ibuprofen, motrin, naprosyn, (naproxen) etc)
2- muscle relaxants (e.g., soma, flexeril)
3- narcotics (vicodin, oxycodone, etc)
i prefer using classes 1 and 2 before resorting to class 3. ...Read more
Lots: Almost any of the extended release opioids. (er, sr, xl). ...Read more
I had caught a cold and had coughed from start of yesterday. I don't want to take medication and so what could I do to get relief?
I suffer from severe migraines and have tried all medications with no relief! Desperate for relief! I need something to stop the pain once it starts.
I admire your idea: It is refreshing to hear of people who want to master this. Several schools of talk psychotherapy might be of interest to you. Certainly, cbt. Also non therapy coaches of mindful meditation or other meditation approaches, martial arts instructors and other physical coaches might have ideas. Good luck! ...Read more
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