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Thrombosed External Hemorrhoid Burst
Thrombosed external hemorrhoid burst and released clot, during bowel movement, followed by light bleeding. How should I care for it?
Petroleum jelly: Keep stools soft with fruits/dark green vegetables, prunes and prune juice and similar. Less white flour products, . use petroleum jelly or antibiotic ointment to keep it soothed and help healing/passage of stool. Ir red or pus or inflamed or starts bleeding a lot see proctologist or g.i. dr. Take naproxyn or ibuprofen and acetaminophen for pain, can take acetaminophen with others. As directed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a thrombosed external hemorrhoid and no insurance. It hurts very bad. Would it be in my best interest to just go to an er or use home remides?
Here are some...: Ideally, go to see professionals/ But, you may watch and see if the degree and area of the pain do not worsen/extend with no fever/chill, you may use hemorrhoid-related OTC remedies + normalize BM through self-care. If not as stated, see doc soon. To put all related things together correctly for good care can be done easily by following info in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. Best.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ice pack, soak: Try soaking in warm water and alternating with ice pack. Take a stool softener such as colace or milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide). Consider seeing a surgeon, who can remove the hemorrhoid. Don't hold your stool, which will only make it harder and more likely to hurt when you do pass it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any pulmonary concerns I should have while waiting for a thrombosed external hemorrhoid to go away? Thromboembolism? It has began to shrink.
No: Unless you have a clotting disorder there is no reason you should be concerned for thromboembolism to the lungs after a thrombosed hemorrhoid. ...Read more
External hemorrhoid burst this morning. How best to heal it and keep them from returning. Upping my fiber, fruit, water, veggies, more activity too.
Thrombosed hemorrhoi: Sounds like u had a thrombosed hemorrhoid which burst open and releasesdthe clot. I would recommend soaking your bottom in warm water every day (×2) till it resolves. They may come back and I agree with everything you r doing. If you see a big clot still attached to it and its not going away, I would recommend seeing a surgeon to remove it. No need to put any ointment. ...Read more
Have external hemorrhoid, smaller than grape. Yesterday after BM, pain n itch started. What should I do to ease the pain? Thrombosed? Anal fissure?
Hemorrhoid Rx: 26 M notes: Have external hemorrhoid, smaller than grape. Yesterday after BM, pain n itch started. What should I do to ease the pain? Thrombosed? Anal fissure? ANS: what ever has worked in past try first. Sitz baths tid help. Also OTC analgesics. ...Read more
Thrombosis hemorrhoid burst after a bath the other day and bled a lot. Now it is putting out puss and is very sore. What to do and how serious is it?
Continue sitz bath.: Sit in warm tub, plain warm water at least four times a day. If problem continue after few days check with your MD ...Read more
Would oral prednisone help a thrombosed external hemorrhoid that's failed tx w/ hc suppositories & cream? What's best for pain control?
Hemrrhoid: Oral Prednisone has not been well documented in the literature in the treatment of hemrrhoids. Keeping on a strict schedule of nsaids for their anti-inflammatory effect, barring no contra-indications in your personal history, would be beneficial to you. I would recomment starting with Ibuprofen (motrin) 600mg 3 times a day for 30 days. The anti-inflammatory effects take a full week before benefit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think I have an external hemorrhoid but it doesn't hurt much. How do I prevent it from becoming thrombosed though? Can I take aspirin? (on my period)
Not much: Symptomatic external hemorrhoids are large and very painful, occasional bleeding; the pain will be so intense that you may have to see a surgeon or go to the ER. If it doesn't hurt much avoid constipation by eating more fiber and drinking plenty of water, do warm sits bath 3 times a day follow by hemorrhoid cream after each bath and after each BM. Avoid hot spicy foods too. ...Read more
Had an external hemorrhoid burst this morning, bleeding has stopped. Afraid that tomorrow's bowel movement will cause it to bleed again. What to do to minimize potential bleeding? Have to go daily :)
Care of hemorrhoids: Home therapy for hemorrhoids: bowel regimen (fiber, stool softeners, water, juice probiotics, laxatives to achieve two soft bowel movements daily), salves (prep h, desitin, (zinc oxide diaper cream) anti fungals), and hygiene (shower, hair dryer area daily). If this therapy fails to control hemorrhoids, then go see your doc. There are more medical therapies and safe surgical procedures. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Popping hemmoroid: If it burstake sure you are not bleeding. If yes see a doctor if no see a doctor any way to make sure you are healing well. ...Read more
See professionals...: History, palpation and inspection for the anus and rectum will give you the answer. So, go to see an expert in the field as needed timely if in doubt, but not urgent, of course. ...Read more
It may bleed for some time till the wound heals. You may wish to use a pad, like a panty-liner to keep your clothes from getting soiled.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Drink enough water daily so that your urine is mostly colorless.
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Need exam: From a physician to both relieve your worry and to make sure not something more serious. ...Read more
Care of hemorrhoids: Hemorrhoids are dilation and swelling of the expandable tissue around the rectal opening. Non operative treatment recommended, and includes 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. Post op pain is expected, manageable. ...Read more
Miralax (polyethylene glycol): The first line treatment for hemorrhoids is actually making sure that no hard stools are passing by the swollen hemorrhoidal tissue and causing more trauma and inflammation. Miralax (polyethylene glycol) and generic MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) works well for most people to make the stool soft and allow healing of the hemorrhoids. If that doesn't solve the problem or if there is any bleeding then go see a surgeon for further treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer