Options. Topicaltherapy, infection sclerotherapy, infrared coagulation, rubberband ligation.
Fiber, Surgery, etc. Hemorrhoid disease is often a byproduct of straining with defecation. Therefore, most people with hemorrhoids will benefit from increasing their fiber intake to 25-30grams/day and drinking at least 8-10 cups water. If this is unsuccessful, internal hemorrhoids can be removed by rubber band ligation in a doctor's office. Lastly, surgery can treat those that are not responsive to the above measures.
Hemorrhoids. To "get rid of" hemorrhoids, avoid bearing down or straining to have a bowel movement. Avoid constipation no matter what! If you are in severe pain from hemorrhoids and that is what you are wanting to get rid of fast, then see a doctor for a strong topical numbing medicine.
How can I get rid of hemorrhoids? I have been using every over the counter relief aid foe 3 weeks. Doc said to keep using products. What's wrong w/ me
Nothing wrong w/ you. Its a normal part of life to have medical problems. Regarding yor hemorrhoids, consider seeing a colorectal surgeon for a consultation. They are usually up to date on the latest trends in colorectal disease, and have lots of options, surgery generally being the last resort. Hope this helps!
Diet and exercise. Eating a balanced diet, rich in fiber, is one of the most effective lifestyle changes you can make for your hemorrhoids. A high-fiber diet, together with plenty of fluids, softens the stool and increases its bulk, which will help you avoid the straining that can cause hemorrhoids or worsen symptoms from existing hemorrhoids. Along with a healthy diet, exercise can help ease bowel movements.
How can I get rid of grade 1 hemorrhoids naturally? Can they be cured completely without any swollen veins?
Soft stools. Avoid hard stools. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables & greens. Drink atleast 8 glasses of water.
Surgical or medical. By surgical intervention if they are 3rd or 4th degree, other wise, by using tucks (witch hazel) and sitz bath and anusol or proctosol with 2.5% hc.
Improve diet. Hemorrhoid usually developsin people who have low fiber diet, recurrent constipation, inadequate hydration, sedentary life style, spicy food. Prevention is the key. You need to introduce at least 30 gm of fiber a day, drink fluids, exercise daily. If these measures do not help you may need anti inflammatory suppositories/creams or if hemorrhoids are advanced and frequently bleed remove surgically.
Psyllium Fiber. If you want to only care for this without any surgical intervention, then psyllium fiber or an equivalent is likely the best treatment for long term. Make sure you purchase unflavored psyllium. Start with a teaspoon a night mixed in 16 oz of water every night. Unless they are stuck out and causing significant pain or itching, surgery can usually be avoided. You should consider seeing your doc.
Surgery. Most common solution is removal by surgeon.
Dietary fiber. Hemorrhoids are the result of straining during defecation. Sometimes, advanced hemorrhoids require surgery. Most of the time, the key is diet change. My guess is that your diet is low in fiber. A plant-based diet (whole, unprocessed plants, like vegetables, fruit, grain and nuts) is key to adding fiber. You can also add fiber with metamucil and benefiber. But unprocessed plants are healthier.
No magic lotion. Te fastest way is to have surgery, then you will be miserable for two weeks with pain if they are internal, a surgeon can ligate them in the office with a rubber band, painless procedure. If they are external, laser, or injection might give some relief. If they are thrombosed removing the clot will give a fast relief. Avoid them by regulation your bowels, hydrate well, eat fruits, fibers, exercise.