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What Is The Safest Treatment For Hemmorhoids
Conservative care: Warm soaks in a tub, increased dietary fiber or stool softeners and hemmorhoidal cream or suppositories are a conserative and generally safe initial treatment. Straining on the toilet and heavy lifting should be avoided. Of course, an accurate diagnosis is needed to insure a proper approach as there are other possible causes of rectal pain, itching and bleeding. Bottom line, see your doctor first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Depends on the degree of prolapse and whether they are internal or external. Internals tend to be painless and can be treated by in-office techniques like rubber banding, irc, injection sclerotherapy. With associated prolapse or external components, thd and stapled pph are the procedures of choice for most grade 2-3 hems. Kstandard surgicall hemorrhoidectomy is reserved for large grade 3-4 hems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That gives relief: Which make you better is the best treatment. To start with good high fiber diet, local care, regular normal bowel movements, free from pain, and no loss of blood ( colonoscopy to rule out cancer) . If all these measures fail, having frequent recurrences, final option left is one of accepted surgical procedure. ...Read more
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Vary...: Its treatment depends on your clinical symptoms and the agreement between you and your attending physician. Generally speaking, start out with something noninvasive to more invasive to meet individual and situational need to relieve symptoms but with no guarantee. ...Read more
Rectocele repair: Either a pessary or surgery. A pessary is a small flexible support that is placed into the vagina -- it holds everything in place, but does not cure the underlying problem. The only way to definitively treat the problem is to undergo a surgical repair which may or may not involve a resuspension of the vagina (if you already had a hysterectomy) or a hysterectomy (if your uterus is also falling). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rectal prolapse: If mild - it can be gently reduced and pushed back in - use a moist washcloth. Stool softeners may help prevent reoccurence. If it continues to prolapse - generally surgery is required to remove the redundant tissue and "tack" the rectum up. Colon and rectal surgeons are probably the best at this type of problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please see a : General surgeon or a colorectal surgeon for this. It is important not to make hemorrhoids worse. Cleaning off after a bowel movement should be gentle. Pre-moistened towlettes can be used to dab the anus. Don’t wipe/rub. Pat the anus dry after cleaning. Avoid using harsh soaps that contain dyes or aromas. Cotton underwear is helpful as it absorbs moisture well. Sitz bathes can be helpful. ...Read more
Drink a lot of water: Many times, hemorrhoids in pregnancy are made worse by not hydrating well and thus constipation sets in. Straining increases the risk of hemorrhoids. Increasing fiber intake also helps. You can use over the counter hemorrhoid remedies, which are safe to use during pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Short stay bathroom: Hemorrhoids are often caused by straining at he stool for prolonged times. The simple way to get rid of them is to not read magazines or similar activities while on the toilet. 1-2 minutes should be enough. If the hemorrhoids are caused by pregnancy, they should disappear or become asymptomatic after delivery. The main treatment is to avoid straining. ...Read more
Most of the time...: ...High-fiber foods and plenty of water. Trouble is, most fiber tastes bad or has a bad texture. There are artificial fiber preparations that are tasteless, and can be added to any drink without making it unpalatable, but bran and bananas are still my favorites. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
constipation: In a young male is most often caused by inadequate fluid intake or the wrong fluids and lack of fiber. Both are necessary. Miralax (polyethylene glycol) has no fiber and i reserve for the elderly sedentary patients. Drink 80-100 ounces of caffeine free/alcohol free fluid daily, 20 oz additional per 30 minutes of strenuous activity. Eat a good hi fiber diet and don't waste your money on fiber supplements. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Excision: I have to respectfully disagree with dr. Beard. While 80% of patients have pain relief while on lupron, (leuprolide) over half of all patients have a recurrence of pain within a year, some after 6 mos. Complete excision of endo can be done without removing any reproductive organs, and has a 80% chance of curing endo with no recurrence of endo. There are no hormonal side effects like Lupron (leuprolide) has. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tucks, (witch hazel) preparation H: And warm baths can be soothing. You need to avoid straining when you have a bowel movement, so be sure you eat at least 25g fiber daily and drink plenty of water. Colace (docusate sodium) and prune juice, along w fresh fruit & vegetables, and whole grain can help soften the stool. ...Read more
H Pylori eradication: Peptic ulcers are commonly caused by helicobacter pylori infection, a tough bacteria that can survive in the acidic environment of the stomach. Getting tested for and treated for this condition is important in peptic ulcers. H. Pylori is not the cause. Stomach acid suppression with proton pump inhibitors may also be effective depending on the type, location, and severity of he ulcer. ...Read more
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