Can there be an oral treatment for internal hemorrhoids?

Sure. To reduce the swelling of internal hemorrhoids, you can take fiber therapy or stool softeners to keep your stool soft. Both are over the counter (colace, benefiber, etc) hemorrhoids are aggravated by straining and hard stools. External disease or symptoms such as burning, itching can be treated with witch hazel locally and sitz baths with epsom salts.

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Can treatment for internal hemorrhoids cause relief if it actually is anal/colon cancer?

Unclear question. If you are 23, you are highly unlikely to have anal or colon cancer. What relief did you experience? It would require a physical examination to assess for anal and colon cancer and if you have any concerns, please consult your doctor. 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. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. 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. Practice safe sex, if you have sex. Get HPV vaccine. Read more...

Which is more effective and common treatment for internal hemorrhoids inflammation: canasa 1000 mg suppository or anusol hc 2.5% cream. Thanks.

Canasa/Anusol. To treat internal hemorrhoid, i would recommend Anusol Hc 2.5% cream instead of canasa. Canasa enema is used to treat inflammation on the left side of the colon in ulcerative colitis. Suggest high fiber diet with diet supplement (goal of 25-30 grams per day), adequate hydration, avoid straining, avoid soap at anal area. If all failed, hemorrhoidal banding or other modalities. Read more...

I have internal hemorrhoids but it appears one is becoming "external". What is treatment? I can actually push it back in but it doesn't want to stay

Hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are normal veins that can become enlarged, uncomfortable, or bleed with constipation. See a General Surgeon who performs hemorrhoid treatment procedures or a Colon-rectal Surgery specialist to see what you have & what your treatment options are. Read more...

What would be a highly effective internal hemorrhoids treatment?

Variable. It depends on size and location of the hemorrhoids. Prevention at home by avoiding constipation & avoid straining at toilet. Banding in the office for smaller internal hemorrhoids. Surgical options are hemorrhoid removal or hemorrhoid stapling procedures for larger hemorrhoids that may be both internal and external hemorrhoids. Read more...

Is there a radical treatment without surgery for internal hemorrhoids. Thanks?

Lots of options, but. "healing" depends on whether the original cause for hemorrhoids persists. Have you been straining at stool, have rectal dysfunction, perform an activity that increases pelvic engorgement with blood or increases pelvic pressure (heavy lifting, prolonged sitting, etc.)? Have your hemorrhoids been surgically or medically managed (& with otc or prescription drugs)? Are you sure they're hemorrhoids? Read more...

This treatment is usually performed on internal hemorrhoids, but it can be effective on external hemorrhoids as well?

No. Internal hemorrhoids do not have pain fibers like the skin does overlying the external ones. It will cause excruciating pain. It will like getting sharply pinched constantly around ur anus 24/7. Healing may also differ as it may cause spasm on internal sphincter that can add to prolong pain. Read more...
Rubberbanding? Not sure what treatment you mean, but the treatments typically used for internal hemorrhoids include rubberbanding, phenol injection, and ir coagulation. Unfortunately, none of these can be performed on external hemorrhoids because the external hemorrhoids have very precise pain fibers. The internal fibers have very vague pain fibers, so very little pain. Read more...

What will a colonrectal surgeon do for internal hemorrhoids? What types of treatment?

Surgery, or not. We all have hemorrhoids. Unfortunately, in some of us, hemorrhoidal tissue can become inflamed and/or bleed. Internal hemorrhoids tend to bleed. The treatments are either local nonoperative therapy, ligating with rubber bands, or operation. Make sure you see a good CR surgeon. Good news is: your problem has a solution. . Read more...