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Which hemorrhoid treatment to use? For external hemorrhoids I suggest NeoHealar or Heal Hemorrhoids, as both are quite cost effective and both passed our hemorrhoid treatment proofing, and being topical applications are well suited for use on external hemorrhoids. For internal hemorrhoids, or if you just know you have hemorrhoids, but aren't sure about their type, then Venapro has passed our proofing test with flying colors.
A Hemorrhoids Question from C...
Hello My name is C... I am 43 and in November of 2007 I had hemorroid surgery and it was absolutely awful. I waited many years to finally make the decision to have the surgery and I just couldn't take the pain any further. I went to my doctor who recommended a surgeon. He said that I did have hemorroids and that I would need surgery. He said it would be VERY painful and would take upto 2 weeks before I would feel any better. I decided that the surgery would be better than the pain I was dealing with on a daily basis.
C... (Name withheld from publishing)
Hemorrhoids are mainly a life style thing, so if you don't idenitfy the cause and stop the cause, then, yes, no matter what you do, they are likely to return.
Is this a current episode hemorrhoids, can't be sure, you could use a mirror to find out if it is the same thing again, but getting a doctor to rule out the nasties is the best idea.
Another Recent Hemorrhoids Question
I have what i believe to be a hemeroid. I am a female and mother of 2 36 years old. I have never had one before so im not sure what to do i have tried every thing i can buy over the counter and countless home remeddies and herbs....i have had this for about close to 2 months now some days are better than others i can push it back inside but keeps coming out when i use the bathroom... it feels like the ball one in the center is hard and has no feeling to it its definatly different than the area around it in texture... I have included a couple pictures for you to look at 1 and 2 were taken about a month ago and show a yellow spot on the center hard knot this has since gone away but is still hard...the doctor said it was probally a hemeroid. Can you tell me what this is what kind of hemeroid this is and what the hell i can do to get it to go away i have alread y been drinking lots of water cut back the coffee and sugar and nuts and am using anusol, taking magnesium and fiber... and money for an expensive operation is tight.
Our Hemorrhoids Answer
They do indeed look like internal hemorrhoids, that prolapse out, grade 3 definitely, but sounds like a grade 4 - "Grade 3 hemroids pop out when straining, tend to bleed more and have to be gently pushed back in. Grade 4 hemroids are showing all the time and bleed much more.
So, if your doctor starts to talking about your hemroids as a specific grade, you'll have an idea of what he is on about, as well as the hemroid symptoms he used to make the grading."
In other words the hemorrhoids have likely evolved beyond the point where a simple hemorrhoid surgery would work, which in turn means you would be looking at a hemorrhoidectomy most likely.
However, although they look and act like hemorrhoids, it would be good if you could get your doctor to have a look and confirm what is going on. It alarms me that the doctor "said it was probably a hemroid". The doctor should know and be quite definite, if they don't know for sure they are suppose to check it out further and make sure.
Also, I'm not happy with the color. Assuming they are internal hemorrhoids that have prolapsed out, the area that is hard and deep reddish appears to be a bit strangulated - the blood isn't flowing freely through it, which is why it is hard I believe.
On another note, it's possible you may have external hemorrhoids and maybe a harmless skin flap - as well as the prolapsed hemorrhoid. The center one appears to poke through as best as I can tell, but the other ones appear to be on the rim.
A doctor should be able to diagnose properly, and that should be your first step. A proper medical diagnosis.
I'm surprised it's not painful or bleeding, but you may just be looking after it well. Keeping the area covered in anusol would certainly help. I dare say it's uncomfortable because it is a largish mass that is sitting between the cheeks - akin to getting sand between them at the beach.
So, what to do. PROPER MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS and if it confirms hemorrhoids, which I think it will, you will definitely need to look at the causes as stated on my web site, so that you can do what you can to prevent them and stop them from worsening. Straining and constipation are one of the biggest causes of hemorrhoids like this.
Make sure the fiber and water, and exercise is in place and that your doctor agrees with such for you personally.
Realize that if you act without proper medical opinion, it's at your own risk completely as to whether the condition is in fact hemorrhoids and that the hemorrhoids treatments are suitable.
I would suggest that you consider Venapro for this hemorrhoid situation, as it works on some of the causes, such as constipation. Topical applications run into problems with internal hemorrhoids, because they are designed to work on external hemorrhoids, which require a much higher level of active ingredients, which poses some safety risk for use on internal hemorrhoids, as even when they are prolapsed they are still mucous membrane tissue which readily absorbs stuff. Ever wondered about how paracetamol - aka Panadol - suppositories work, well know you know, it's 'digested' via the mucous membrane - stick the same suppository on normal skin and it will basically sit there till it falls off.
Also, I suggested the six month supply, as it is the length of time that it takes it's active ingredients to likely effect a cure - anything less is basically symptom relief. Venapro is suppose to work by healing the blood veins from the insides, so it's excellent for internal hemorrhoids.
You can read and compare these two and other alternative hemorrhoids treatments, by clicking on this link.
I gather money is tight and no health insurance? If that's the case, I definitely want you to stay in contact with me and let me know how the treatment you choose progresses.
Finally, in the worst case scenario, the hemorrhoids may get worse, this is one reason to consider proper medical diagnosis and opinion as to the best treatment. If they say banding is still a good prospect, do you really want to risk ending up with having to have the dreaded hemorrhoidectomy?
Anyway, I'm actually quite unwell at the moment my self with a nasty cold that wont respond to all the home remedies that normally work on colds :( So, I'm going to get some more rest now.
Please let me know your thoughts.
If you need anything clarified further, please let me know.
One of the recent hemroids hemorrhoids questions:
Says on the box of my hemoroid cream not to use especially if your on an antidepressant. How would it affect me?
Our Answers to this hemroids hemorrhoids question:
I assume you are on antidepressants? If that is the case you would have to discuss with a doctor before using the hemorrhoids cream.
Obviously there is some drug interaction that can happen. Exactly what I don't know. But the cream is partly absorbed into the body and into the blood stream.
Some drug interactions can kill, so do see your doctor before using the hemorrhoids cream, as there may be a safer cream you can use with antidepressants, or there may be specific tests that have to be done, or a different hemorrhoid treatment may need to be considered, or even a change in the antidepressant medication could be considered.
All the best
Hemroids hemorrhoids question:
Hi, I'm having a bit of a problem right now, I checked out your website and
Anyways, thanks for making the website, I'm sure it's helped a lot of
I went ahead and used one of my server emails and not a free one, like you
Hemroids Hemorrhoids Answer:
The home treatment of hemorrhoids:
There are three pages on this site that you should read before leaving:
1... To treat your existing hemorrhoids, the page on how to treat hemorrhoids offers some wonderful treatments that should bring you relief and help heal you of those existing hemorrhoids. It offers you hope. So why not check out the page and see the before and after photos and then make your own mind up?
2... The page on hemorrhoid causes is likely the most important page we have to offer you, as it truely allows you to see what may be causing your hemorrhoids. Yes, you can go for an operation, but there is a good chance you will need another and another. So what's the point of that? Isn't it better to learn a little about your hemorrhoids and prevent them instead?
3... The page on hemorrhoids diet will give you a wealth of information and recipes to help resolve your hemorrhoids and might I add a 4th page on foods to avoid with hemorrhoids? Yes, there are foods that if consumed do definitely run you the risk of hemorrhoid flare ups and constipation.
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