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Is there a non-surgical cure for hemorrhoids?
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Dr. Elie Schochet
Surgery - Colorectal
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In brief: Yes for mild cases
There are a number of office based treatments for hemorrhoids although the success rates plummet as the severity of the hemorrhoids increase.
Internals tend to be painless and can be treated easily in the office with banding, sclerotheraapy, irc, cryo or any number of other ablative techniques. For advance externals, often nothing short of surgery will fix.

In brief: Yes for mild cases
There are a number of office based treatments for hemorrhoids although the success rates plummet as the severity of the hemorrhoids increase.
Internals tend to be painless and can be treated easily in the office with banding, sclerotheraapy, irc, cryo or any number of other ablative techniques. For advance externals, often nothing short of surgery will fix.
Dr. Elie Schochet
Dr. Elie Schochet
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In brief: Why not
Hemorroids initially always treated non surgically , by local care, changing diet habits , adding high fiber diet , consuming fluids, by preventing complication, and most of the time it s successful non operative treatment.
If above fails, loosing large amount of blood, ulcerated , thrombosed non reducible need surgery. Before any treatment conoscopy must be done to rule out cancer.

In brief: Why not
Hemorroids initially always treated non surgically , by local care, changing diet habits , adding high fiber diet , consuming fluids, by preventing complication, and most of the time it s successful non operative treatment.
If above fails, loosing large amount of blood, ulcerated , thrombosed non reducible need surgery. Before any treatment conoscopy must be done to rule out cancer.
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