Treatment for severe pain prolapsed hemorrhoid?

Hemorroids. Exam under anesthesia, the first part of rectal surgery when non-operative care isn't working. While you are comfortable under ga your surgeon examines the rectum. Prolapsing hemorrhoids are surgically treatable. Be well.
Start with ointment. There are over the counter ointments containing local anesthetics (lidocaine, for example), steroid (hydrocortisone) and blood vessel constricting medicine (phenylephrine) that should bring some relief. The ultimate treatment may be the surgery though.

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I am in severe pain when I walk I have been diagnosed with a prolapsed hemorrhoid and it hurts a lot when I walk is that normal?

For prolapse, yes. it is normal. However, you shouldn't continue to suffer. You should be seen again and meanwhile get in any position that doesn't hurt you. Possibly lying on your stomach on a pillow with Tucks (witch hazel) and glycerine covered by a warm wet washcloth tucked in around the hemorrhoid with your head lower than your bottom would encourage it to shrink and go back in. If not, and if still in pain, go to ED. Read more...
Not normal... ... but very common. Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the anal canal. This common problem can be painful, but it's usually not serious. http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/tc/hemorrhoids-topic-overview-1#1. Read more...

Could you tell me what happen after burst prolapsed hemorrhoid without treatment?

Usually bleeding . Bursting of hemorrhoids is equal to tearing open blood vessels. It may be able to stop on its own or surgery might be needed. If it stops, nothing else is needed. High fiber diet is the key to avoid more complications. Rarely, u can have infection and this may need antibiotics or surgery or both. If there is persistent pain, bleeding, fever/chills etc, u need to call ur doctor. Read more...

I've had a intermittent internal hemorrhoid for 2 year now, but it now keeps prolapsing soon after it's pushed back into place. Any home treatments?

Sits bath and reduce. Constipation that causes this to begin with. Hard stools don't help prevent hemmohoids. You may need to go to a proctologist if it's too large to reduce, because its basically like a vericose vein by the time it gets over dilated. The high intrathoracic pressure to create the Vasalva maneuver to have BMs may have been going on too long. See your PCP for evaluation, and referral.Drink more liquids! Read more...

Other than the severe pain, is there any danger in not seeking treatment for a thrombosed hemorrhoid? (Visible clots)

NO if it is. Thrombosed hemorrhoid is pain full as blood is trapped under the skin , will progressively shrink may take couple of wks and pain disappear . Ideal situation if the clots were let out by a small incision ( I &D ) will have immediate relief from pain. Read more...
Hemorrhoid. Other than associated constipation, there is no danger. I would advise using a stool softener. Read more...