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What Irrates Internal Hemorades
No true cure: Once hemorrhoids are there, they never go away (unless you have surgery, which i don't recommend). The trick is to keep them from becoming inflamed. Don't get constipated. Eat lots of fruits and veggies. Whole grains are also good - fiber is the key. Drink lots of water. Exercise is also good for keeping things moving. If they're flared up, suppositories with Hydrocortisone can be helpful. ...Read more
First test: The first step is to check for infection. If you are experiencing excessive wetness this could indicate a vaginal infection. If all testing is normal then this is likely physiologic ...Read more
Stay active: Exercise is a great way to relieve stress. Your body releases endorphins during exercise, which can help you feel calm. If you exercise 30 - 60 minutes a day, your stress levels can improve. When stressed, take 5 slow, deep breaths with your eyes closed, then roll your shoulders forward 5 times, then back 5 times. This will slow your heart rate and release tension in your neck and shoulders. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: This is called prolapse and indicates that you have either grade 2 or 3 hemorrhoids, depending on whether the hemorrhoidal "bulge" returns to the anal canal spontaneously or with manual assistance. You should get plenty of fiber and avoid being constipated and pushing too hard. Sitz baths may help. If conservative measures fail, you may need rubber band ligation. ...Read more
See your Doctor: It may be normal, but see your doctor to be sure. ...Read more
Internist's cyst !: A "cyst: with no other descriptors has minimal meaning to a doctor. Internist are physicians who can help prevent, diagnose & treat many medical conditions inflicting adults. It is usually safe to start with an internist when dealing with complicated medical conditions. There are 100's of specialties in medicine and internists usually know who to refer a patient to if need me. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fungal ..: In inner butt check is naturally more moisture and it can attracts yeast or other bacteria. keep area clean and dry as much as possible. Wipe gently. Apply " Baby diaper rash cream as Destine" , use cotton underwear. If no better see Doc for possibly anti-fungal treatment .Other if blister like could be herpes. If bump draining pus ( folliculitis - infected hair follicle) you need to be seen . ...Read more
By seeing an Ortho-: Pod who'll DX that for you, and start treatment for it. Good luck. ...Read more
Round hard masses,palpable,on inner side of oral part, should I be concerned? Present from many years
I have a horrible itch around my inner and outer libia. The inner libia seems inflated. Please help. It's unbearable.
I have brown patches inside inner thighs looks like dirt, don't hurt or itch, just can't remove, it comes back again.?
See your doctor : I recommend seeing your physician. Wishing you the very best! ...Read more
i am from pakistan , age 36, female, have brown patches inside of my inner thighs, looks like dirt, can't remove it. ?
Thigh Lesions: Without knowing much more info, my response is limited. These can be acquired, such as a fungal infection (tinea versicolor) or from systemic disease such as diabetes mellitus (acanthosis nigricans), or have been present since birth (congenital), such as large pigmented nevi or vascular port-wine stains. I recommend seeing a physician to first render a diagnosis then consider cosmesis options. ...Read more
I have a small hemeroid on the inner part of my anus. It does not itch or hurt. I noticed while wiping. Is there any suggestions to a fix?
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