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How To Get Rid Of Hemorrhoids






The Complete Guide to Understanding and Treating
Hemorrhoids







By:

Samantha Brown





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Table of Contents
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................. 5
Disclaimer Notice ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Ebook Distribution Rights ......................................................................................................................... 6
What Are Hemorrhoids? ............................................................................................................................... 7
7 Biggest Myths Surrounding Hemorrhoids .................................................................................................. 8
Hemorrhoids Are Permanent .................................................................................................................... 8
Hemorrhoids Can Lead To Cancer............................................................................................................. 8
Only Old People Get Hemorrhoids ........................................................................................................... 8
Anal Sex Causes Hemorrhoids .................................................................................................................. 8
Sitting On A Cold Sidewalk Causes Hemorrhoids ...................................................................................... 8
Eating Spicy Food Causes Hemorrhoids .................................................................................................... 9
Over The Counter Hemorrhoid Creams And Ointments Can Cure Hemorrhoids ..................................... 9
Hemorrhoids Surgery Will Cure Hemorrhoids .......................................................................................... 9
Types of Hemorrhoids ................................................................................................................................. 10
Internal Hemorrhoids.............................................................................................................................. 10
4 Grades/Stages Of Internal Hemorrhoids ............................................................................................. 10
Strangulated Hemorrhoids ..................................................................................................................... 11
External Hemorrhoids ............................................................................................................................. 11
Thrombosed Hemorrhoid ....................................................................................................................... 11
Symptoms of Internal Hemorrhoids ........................................................................................................... 13
Bleeding From the Rectum ..................................................................................................................... 13
Itching ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
Feeling As If You Constantly Need To Have A Bowel Movement ........................................................... 13
Pain ......................................................................................................................................................... 13
Skin Irritation .......................................................................................................................................... 13
Prolapsed Hemorrhoid ............................................................................................................................ 13
Symptoms of External Hemorrhoids ........................................................................................................... 14
Lumps Around The Anus ......................................................................................................................... 14
Itching ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
Bleeding .................................................................................................................................................. 14
Pain ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
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Swelling ................................................................................................................................................... 14
Causes of Hemorrhoids ............................................................................................................................... 15
Constipation ............................................................................................................................................ 15
Sitting For Prolonged Periods Of Time .................................................................................................... 15
Pregnancy................................................................................................................................................ 15
Obesity .................................................................................................................................................... 16
Lifting Heavy Objects .............................................................................................................................. 16
Chronic Diarrhea ..................................................................................................................................... 16
Hemorrhoid Prevention .............................................................................................................................. 17
High Fiber Diet ........................................................................................................................................ 17
Exercise ................................................................................................................................................... 17
Keeping Your Body Hydrated .................................................................................................................. 17
Avoid Sitting For Long Periods Of Time .................................................................................................. 17
Cut Back On Alcohol Consumption ......................................................................................................... 17
Weight Management .............................................................................................................................. 18
Medical Treatment Options For Hemorrhoids ........................................................................................... 19
Rubber Band Ligation .............................................................................................................................. 19
Sclerotherapy .......................................................................................................................................... 19
Infrared Coagulation ............................................................................................................................... 19
Cryotherapy ............................................................................................................................................ 19
Hemorrhoid Stapling Or Procedure For Prolapsed Hemorrhoids (PPH) ................................................. 20
Hemorrhoids Laser Surgery .................................................................................................................... 20
Hemorrhoidectomy ................................................................................................................................. 20
Home Remedies for Hemorrhoids .............................................................................................................. 22
Eating A Diet Rich In Fiber ....................................................................................................................... 22
Warm Sitz Baths ...................................................................................................................................... 22
Applying Ice ............................................................................................................................................. 22
Hemorrhoid Creams & Ointments .......................................................................................................... 22
Over The Counter Medications ............................................................................................................... 23
Keep The Area Clean And Dry ................................................................................................................. 23
Avoid Putting Pressure On The Area ....................................................................................................... 24
Aloe Vera Gel .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Witch Hazel ............................................................................................................................................. 24
Alternative Natural Methods for Treating Hemorrhoids ............................................................................ 25
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Herbal Remedies For Hemorrhoids ........................................................................................................ 25
Aloe Vera ................................................................................................................................................. 25
Butcher's Broom ..................................................................................................................................... 25
Horsetail .................................................................................................................................................. 25
Dandelion ................................................................................................................................................ 25
Psyllium ................................................................................................................................................... 25
St. John's Wart ........................................................................................................................................ 26
Homeopathic Treatment ............................................................................................................................ 27
What is Homeopathy .............................................................................................................................. 27
Do Homeopathic Treatments Work? ...................................................................................................... 27
Are There Any Harmful Side Effects? ...................................................................................................... 28
What Is The Best Homeopathic Treatment For Hemorrhoids? .............................................................. 28
Best Hemorrhoid Treatments Compared ................................................................................................... 31
How to Choose the Best Hemorrhoids Cure for YOU ............................................................................... 32
So what should you look for in a hemorrhoids treatment? ................................................................... 32
Conclusion ................................................................................................................................................... 32













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Introduction

Hello and thank you for downloading How to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids.
This eBook was written with hopes of providing the millions of people
suffering with hemorrhoids, a better understanding of what exactly
hemorrhoids are, what causes them, how to treat active hemorrhoids and
ultimately how to get rid of them for good.

I hope the information contained in this eBook is useful to you and
provides some of the answers you are seeking on this topic.

On that note lets begin
Disclaimer Notice

The information contained in this document is based upon publicly
available information sources and is believed to be true and correct
as of the date of publication.

The information contained within this document is not presented with the
intent of diagnosing any disease or prescribing any type of treatment, it is
offered as information for educational, selfhelp and entertainment
purposes only. It is not intended to act as a substitute for proper medical
diagnosis or treatment.

The author of this eBook is not a medical professional and is not
responsible for any adverse effects occurring as a result of the information
contained herein.
If you suspect that you may have hemorrhoids, it is advisable that you
contact your health care provider immediately. You should not begin any
exercise or treatment plan without first consulting your Doctor.

The statements concerning the products mentioned have not been
evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are
not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should
not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or
illnesses without first consulting your physician.








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EBook Distribution Rights

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What Are Hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids (often referred to as piles) are enlarged or swollen veins
that are located in and around the lower rectum and anus.

Most people do not realize this, but we all have hemorrhoids. They are
actually instrumental in helping to control our bowel movements and
protecting sensitive tissue in the anal area during bowel movements. If any
one of your hemorrhoids is removed it could cause you to lose some
control over your bowel movements, which is obviously not a good thing.
They are only problematic when they become diseased, dilated and
swollen.

Hemorrhoids are a very common problem and can affect anyone at
any age, however the older we get the better chance we have of
getting hemorrhoids.

This is because the muscles in all parts of our bodies tend to weaken
as we get older. Over 40% of people over the age of 50 exhibit some
symptoms of hemorrhoids.

Although hemorrhoids can be quite painful, they are not considered a
serious medical condition because they are not life threatening.














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7 Biggest Myths Surrounding Hemorrhoids

Since there is a lot of false information and misconceptions surrounding
hemorrhoids, lets discuss 7 of the most common myths surrounding
hemorrhoids.

Hemorrhoids Are Permanent


This is false. Hemorrhoids can be eliminated permanently if treated with
the proper therapies such as H Miracle or VenaPro or other herbal
remedies along with dietary and lifestyle changes.

Once you discover you have hemorrhoids, the sooner you begin treating
them the easier they will be to eliminate.

Hemorrhoids Can Lead To Cancer

Hemorrhoids are nothing more than swollen tissue in the rectum and anus
and although they are very inconvenient and painful, they do not lead to
cancer.

Only Old People Get Hemorrhoids

This is false. While the most common age for hemorrhoid sufferers is
between 45 to 65, people of any age, including children can get
hemorrhoids.

Anal Sex Causes Hemorrhoids


While the act of anal sex does not cause hemorrhoids directly, it can
damage muscles and tear tissue in the anus that can lead to
hemorrhoids.

If you do engage in this practice be sure to use sufficient lubricant to avoid
doing harm to the area.

Sitting On A Cold Sidewalk Causes Hemorrhoids

This is totally false. Sitting on any cold surface, including sidewalks
does not cause hemorrhoids.
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In actuality sitting on something cold will cause the hemorrhoids to retract
further in the body.
However, sitting or standing for long periods of time can contribute to
getting hemorrhoids because of the strain you are placing on the rectum.

Eating Spicy Food Causes Hemorrhoids

Spicy foods may send your digestive system into a frenzy but they do not
cause hemorrhoids. Eating spicy foods do not affect veins or tissue,
therefore, eating them cannot cause hemorrhoids.

Over The Counter Hemorrhoid Creams And Ointments Can Cure
Hemorrhoids

Over the counter hemorrhoid creams such as preparation-h do
not cure hemorrhoids.

These creams and ointments work well to relieve some of the pain, itching,
irritation and swelling in the midst of a flare-up but they are not meant to be
used as long term treatments and will not get rid of your hemorrhoids.

Hemorrhoids Surgery Will Cure Hemorrhoids

Having hemorrhoid surgery will get rid of your hemorrhoids in the moment
but not necessarily permanently.

Most people who undergo hemorrhoids surgery are not aware that the
surgery does not prevent hemorrhoids from reoccurring.

If your overall lifestyle and dietary habits do not change, there is a
very good chance that even after having surgery the hemorrhoids will
return.








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Types of Hemorrhoids

There are two types of hemorrhoids; internal and external.

Internal Hemorrhoids

Internal hemorrhoids are located inside the anal canal. They can be present
for years without being detected because they are usually painless unless
they become more severe and begin protruding outside of the rectum during
bowel movements.
4 Grades/Stages Of Internal Hemorrhoids

There are four stages or grades of internal hemorrhoids. Each stage
marks an increase in severity and will require more advanced methods of
treatment as they progress.

Grade 1 With Grade 1 of internal hemorrhoids, the hemorrhoids are still
located within the anal canal and have not prolapsed or protruded from the
rectum.

At this stage, it is quite possible not to have any symptoms at all. That
is how many people go for long periods of time without ever knowing
they have hemorrhoids.

However, if you do have symptoms at this stage, it will more than likely be
having some bright red blood on the tissue after a bowel movement or
itching due to slight leakage of fluids.

Grade 2 In Grade 2, the internal hemorrhoids prolapse from the anal
canal during a bowel movement. However, they retract back into the anal
canal on their own once the bowel movement is complete.

This happens because the tissue around the hemorrhoid starts to
collapse due to weakening of the veins or anal lining. When this occurs
the tissue begins to slide down and when you have a bowel movement
the pressure forces it to protrude outside of the anus.

Grade 3 In this stage, the hemorrhoids prolapse from the anal canal
during a bowel movement but they will not retract back up on their own.
You will have to manually place them back inside.

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This stage can be very painful and cause significant bleeding if the
hemorrhoid is irritated.

If hemorrhoids are in stage 3, another problem that you may encounter is
that they can prolapse even when you are not having a bowel movement
and this can be very inconvenient.

Stage 4 This stage is obviously the most severe. At Grade 4, the
hemorrhoids stay outside of the anus and will not retract even if you attempt
to do it manually.

This stage can cause a lot of pain and bleeding. At this stage you have a
high risk of obtaining an infection or getting a thrombosed hemorrhoid.

A thrombosed hemorrhoid occurs when a blood clot develops inside
of the hemorrhoid tissue and cuts the blood supply to the hemorrhoid.
Thrombosed hemorrhoids are extremely painful.

Strangulated Hemorrhoids

These occur when the prolapsed hemorrhoid gets caught by the anal
sphincter (the muscle that controls feces leaving the body). When this
occurs the blood supply to the hemorrhoid becomes blocked.

Strangulated hemorrhoids tend to be very painful especially if the
hemorrhoid becomes thrombosed.

External Hemorrhoids

External hemorrhoids are located underneath the skin around the anus.
They are normally quite annoying and painful because they are located
outside the rectum and become easily irritated.

Most of the horror stories we hear about hemorrhoids are
predominantly from external hemorrhoids.

When they flare-up, they can cause a great deal of pain and make it
difficult to do simple things that we take for granted such as sitting down or
walking.

Thrombosed Hemorrhoid

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Thrombosed hemorrhoids are hemorrhoids that have developed a blood
clot within the vein and cuts off the blood supply.

Thrombosed hemorrhoids are extremely painful but in most cases can be
treated without surgery.




































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Symptoms of Internal Hemorrhoids
Bleeding From the Rectum

One of the most common symptoms of internal hemorrhoids is bleeding.
The blood from internal hemorrhoids is usually bright red and will be in the
toilet or on the toilet paper after a bowel movement.

As internal hemorrhoids especially in stage one are normally painless, you
can go for a very long time and not even realize you have them. Finding
blood after a bowel movement is how most people discover that
hemorrhoids are present.

Itching

Because internal hemorrhoids can cause some stool leakage, it is not
uncommon to experience itching and irritation in the rectal area.

Feeling As If You Constantly Need To Have A Bowel Movement

Internal hemorrhoids can also cause you to continuously feel like you need
to have a bowel movement even after you just went. This happens because
with the hemorrhoid present the bowel does not completely evacuate all of
the feces.

Pain

Once internal hemorrhoids progress beyond the first stage it is not
uncommon to experience pain in the anal area.

Skin Irritation

Some people with hemorrhoids experience stool leakage, which can
cause additional itching and irritation.

Prolapsed Hemorrhoid

If your hemorrhoids have progressed beyond stage one, it is quite
common for them to prolapse from the anus.


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Symptoms of External Hemorrhoids
Lumps Around The Anus

This is one of the most common signs of external hemorrhoids. There can
be one or more lumps present and they are very sensitive and painful.

Itching

With external hemorrhoids, it is very easy for the hemorrhoid to be irritated
by your undergarments, soaps and sweat. These things can cause the area
to become very itching and irritated.

At all costs you must avoid scratching as this will only make it worse. It is
best to wear cotton undergarments and utilize remedies such as witch
hazel or warm sitz baths to relieve the irritation you are experiencing.

Bleeding

It is also quite common for some bleeding to occur when having a
bowel movement.

Pain

With external hemorrhoids pain is common. Depending on the severity of
the hemorrhoids pain can be present when standing, sitting, walking,
having a bowel movement or when engaging in other normal everyday
life activities.

Swelling

Swelling around the anus is also a common cause of external hemorrhoids.
This is particularly true if the hemorrhoid becomes thrombosed.








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Causes of Hemorrhoids

Some of the major causes of hemorrhoids are:

Constipation


Straining to pass hard stool is one of the primary causes of
hemorrhoids. The excess pressure put on the anus and rectum from
the straining causes the blood vessels to become inflamed and irritated.

Being constipated on a regular basis will definitely lead to hemorrhoids.
Adding fiber supplement to your daily routine can help alleviate
constipation.

Sitting For Prolonged Periods Of Time

Hemorrhoids are a common occurrence in individuals who have jobs that
require them to sit for long periods of time.

This is because sitting for hours on end on a continuous basis exerts a
great deal of pressure on the anal area, and can be a major contributing
factor in the development of hemorrhoids.

If you have a job that requires you to sit for hours on end, it is
recommended that you take a few minutes every hour to stand up, stretch
and walk around a bit to relieve some of the pressure you are exerting on
your bottom.

Just relieving the pressure for a few minutes every hour can be
instrumental in preventing hemorrhoids or avoiding future flare-ups.

Pregnancy

Pregnant women are likely to experience hemorrhoids during the last
trimester of pregnancy. This is due to the added weight and pressure of
the baby, which puts a great deal of extra tension on the veins and blood
vessels in the lower part of the body. During labor, when a woman is
pushing the baby out, hemorrhoids can also occur.

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The good news is that in most cases they completely disappear after
pregnancy.

Obesity

When overweight, it puts a strain on your body to carry around the excess
weight. This is especially true when sitting. The excess pressure you are
exerting on your anal area from the added weight can cause hemorrhoids or
aggravate existing ones.
Lifting Heavy Objects


Constantly lifting heavy items puts a great deal of pressure on the lower
area of your body which in turn can cause hemorrhoids to develop.
Chronic Diarrhea

The constant pressure and passing of stool, even though it is soft can
aggravate and damage the veins, causing them to weaken, in turn causing
hemorrhoids.



















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Hemorrhoid Prevention

Some great ways to prevent and manage hemorrhoids are:

High Fiber Diet

A diet high in fiber is essential to preventing or managing hemorrhoids.
Eating foods rich in fiber will keep the stool soft so that it passes easily
and it will help keep your bowel movements regular.

Exercise

Exercise is great for your overall health and well-being and can
also be instrumental in healing and preventing hemorrhoids.

However, it is not advisable to engage in weight lifting exercises as this
will cause additional pressure and straining in the hemorrhoid area.

When hemorrhoids are flared-up, light to moderate exercise is
recommended.

Yoga is a great exercise which promotes mind and body health.

Keeping Your Body Hydrated

Drink at least 8 glassed of water daily to keep your body hydrated and
rid your system of dangerous toxins.

Water is instrumental in moving wastes through the body and helps keep
your bowels regular, which in turn prevents constipation and the need to
strain during a bowel movement.

Avoid Sitting For Long Periods Of Time

If your job requires you to sit for long hours, be sure to take a few
minutes each hour to stand up, stretch and walk around a little bit.

This will take some of the strain off of your bottom and help in the
prevention of hemorrhoids.

Cut Back On Alcohol Consumption

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Alcoholic beverages dehydrate the body. When you are dehydrated, it
causes your stools to be harder, which in turn causes you to strain during a
bowel movement.

Many people do not associate drinking with hemorrhoids, but it
can be a contributing factor.

If you must drink alcoholic beverages, be sure to follow it up with plenty of
water to avoid dehydration and possible hemorrhoid flare-ups.

Weight Management

Try to maintain a healthy weight through diet and exercise. Carrying extra
weight puts additional strain on your body which is a contributing factor in
the development of hemorrhoids.

























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Medical Treatment Options For Hemorrhoids

When hemorrhoids get to a point where they are so severe and painful that
none of the normal treatments are working to bring you any type of pain
relief, it is time to visit your doctor to inquire about other hemorrhoid
treatment option, up to and including surgery.

When a hemorrhoid surgical treatment is needed, the proctologist (the
medical specialist dealing with anal-rectal health), will basically refer you
to a colorectal surgeon another medical specialist. This surgeons sole
practice is to perform surgical procedures on the anorectal area.

Medical treatment options for hemorrhoids include:
Rubber Band Ligation

Rubber band ligation is one of the common procedures for treating
hemorrhoids. This procedure is done by tying a rubber band at the base of
the hemorrhoid to cut off the blood flow.

Doing this causes the hemorrhoid to decrease in size and fall off
completely within a week or two.

Sclerotherapy

This treatment works by injecting a chemical into the vein of the
hemorrhoid. Once injected, the chemical causes the hemorrhoid to
harden and die off.
Infrared Coagulation

Infrared coagulation consists of inserting a small probe into the anus that
applies infrared light directly to the hemorrhoid. The infrared light reduces
the blood flow to the hemorrhoid and will eventually cause it to shrivel up
and fall off.

Infrared coagulation can be performed right in the doctors office. This
is a preferred hemorrhoid treatment as it is very effective and
relatively painless.

Cryotherapy

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Cryotherapy utilizes extreme cold to freeze the hemorrhoid off.

This technique works but many have reported intense pain afterwards
and high recurrences of hemorrhoids at a later date.

Hemorrhoid Stapling Or Procedure For Prolapsed Hemorrhoids (PPH)

With this technique, the prolapsed hemorrhoids are pushed back into the
anus using a specialized tool and once inside they are stapled to the walls
of the anus. Any excess hemorrhoid tissue is removed.

This procedure does require an overnight hospital stay and pain
management is necessary afterwards. With PPH hemorrhoids can
possibly reoccur.

Hemorrhoids Laser Surgery

With this method of treatment, a small laser is used to eliminate the
hemorrhoid while simultaneously vaporizing it. There is also very little
bleeding using laser treatment for hemorrhoids because the laser
cauterizes the blood vessels while removing the hemorrhoid, thus
eliminating the need for stitches.

Other benefits of hemorrhoids laser surgery is that there is very little down
time, most patients can resume normal activities within a day or two. They
are able to do this because the tissue surrounding the hemorrhoids are not
harmed during the process and swelling, scaring and bleeding are
significantly reduced.

For most patients undergoing hemorrhoid laser surgery no overnight
hospital stay is required.

Of course with any surgical procedure there are some risks such as
the slight chance that the area could become infected.

Because the method used for hemorrhoids laser surgery does not leave an
open wound or require stitches the patient only experiences minor
discomforts and will have a much faster recovery time than they would
normally have with traditional surgeries.

Hemorrhoidectomy

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Is the surgical removal of the hemorrhoid. With this procedure, a local or
general anesthetic is administered and the hemorrhoid is completely
removed.

This procedure is the most effective and complete way to remove
hemorrhoids in the moment, but it also comes with the most
complications such as extreme pain, which the doctor will prescribe
medication for and sometimes problems urinating or emptying your
bowels.

Also, even if you have a hemorrhoidectomy your hemorrhoids may very
well return at a later date if you continue to do and eat the same things
you did prior to the surgery.

These medical treatments are some of the options available for removing
hemorrhoids. However, it is always recommended that you try all available
options before electing to have any type of surgery because more often
than not, you can get rid of your hemorrhoids without having any type of
surgical procedure.




















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Home Remedies for Hemorrhoids

If you are suffering from any kind of hemorrhoid you can implement the
following measures to ease your pain.
Eating A Diet Rich In Fiber

Included in this would be plenty of fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Foods high in fiber will help alleviate constipation and keep you regular.

In addition to a high fiber diet be sure to drink plenty of water. 8 or more
glasses a day is recommended. Drinking plenty of water is very important
in the treatment of hemorrhoids. Water helps to keep the body hydrated
and helps flush wastes from the body naturally.
Warm Sitz Baths

Warm sitz baths work well as an external hemorrhoid treatment. They are
a great way to help soothe hemorrhoid pain. The warm water also help to
reduce the size of the hemorrhoid.

Three 15 minute sitz baths daily would be ideal.

Applying Ice

Another hemorrhoid treatment that seems to give hemorrhoid sufferers
immediate relief is applying ice directly to the hemorrhoid. The ice provides
cooling relief on contact and helps to reduce the swelling.

Hemorrhoid Creams & Ointments

There are many over the counter hemorrhoid creams, foams and
suppositories which will help bring some relief from your hemorrhoid
pain.

If you opt for the creams you will want to use something that has
hydrocortisone in it because that helps reduce any inflammation associated
with the hemorrhoid.

The foams work great as well because they contain a numbing agent,
which not only numbs the area so you are free from pain, but also help
to reduce swelling.

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You should not use these creams for more than a week at a time as they
may cause additional irritation, thinning of the skin or swelling.

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Over The Counter Medications

Over the counter mediation such as Aleve and Motrin work well for
hemorrhoids because they contain anti-inflammatory properties that will
give you some pain relief and help to shrink the size of the hemorrhoid.

Keep The Area Clean And Dry

Keeping the hemorrhoid area clean is imperative. After each bowel
movement be sure to clean the area with warm water or a moist cloth and
dry it thoroughly. Keeping the area clean and dry will prevent further
irritation and swelling in the area.

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Avoid Putting Pressure On The Area

If at all possible you should avoid putting excessive pressure on the area
for long periods of time. If you work in a position that requires you to sit for
hours on end, be sure to get up every hour or so for a few minutes. You
can also utilize an inflatable ring pillow (donut pillow) to take some of the
pressure off of the area while you are sitting.

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera gel soothes the area and helps eliminate itching and burning.
You can purchase aloe vera from your local drugstore or you can obtain it
directly from the leaves of an aloe plant. Prior to applying aloe vera, be
sure to thoroughly clean the area.
Witch Hazel

Witch hazel is great at treating external hemorrhoids because it relieves
any burning and itching associated with the hemorrhoids, but also works
to reduce the swelling. Witch hazel can be found in liquid form, which you
can apply with a cotton ball. You can also find pads soaked in witch hazel
at most drug stores.





















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Alternative Natural Methods for Treating
Hemorrhoids
Herbal Remedies For Hemorrhoids
There are a number of herbs that work well in the treatment of
hemorrhoids. Listed below are some of the more popular ones such as:
Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a powerful herb that helps to boost the immune system and
helps the body deal with pain. It is also instrumental at relieving
constipation and inflammation.

Aloe Vera is available in liquid form for drinking or gel form, which
can be applied directly to the affected area.
Butcher's Broom

Butchers broom is effective because of its cleansing and anti-
inflammatory properties. It is very effective at reducing hemorrhoid
swelling.
Horsetail

Horsetail is a popular herb for hemorrhoids, because of its ability to
heal and strengthen body tissue.
Dandelion

Is used in the treatment of hemorrhoids because of its ability to purify the
blood and remove any bacteria that may be present.

Dandelion is available as a drink, tablet, or topical rub.
Psyllium

Psyllium is a bulk fiber that acts as a laxative and can help to ease the
pain and bleeding associated with hemorrhoids. Psyllium aids in
digestion and makes bowel movements flow smoother.

If you opt to utilize psyllium as a hemorrhoid treatment be sure to drink
plenty of water to flush it through your system.

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St. John's Wart

St. John's Wart is one of the best herbs for eliminating pain, itching,
burning and swelling associated with hemorrhoids.

Anyone of these herbs alone or combined will provide some relief from your
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Homeopathic Treatment
What is Homeopathy

Homeopathy is a form of alternative medicine that is based on concept of
like cures like. The premise of homeopathy is to use drugs, given in minute
doses, that would produce in a healthy person symptoms similar to those of
the disease

This method of treatment was created in the late 18
th
century by a German
doctor, named Samuel Christian Hahnemann

The two main principles of Homeopathic Medicine are:

1. The first premise is that if a substance could cause a disease in a healthy
person, then small amounts of that same substance could be used to cure
those same ailments in a sick person. Once again, the principle of like
cures like

2. The second premise is based on the The principle of dilutions (or "law of
minimum dose") which basically states that the smaller the dose of
medication given, the more effective it will be.

Homeopathic remedies are relatively safe and have not been shown to
interfere with customary drugs.

As a matter of fact, homeopathic remedies are made in accordance with
the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States (HPUS), that
became a law in 1938 under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act .

Homeopathic remedies follow the same regulations that apply to non-
prescription drugs. They are also regulated by the FDA which requires
them to meet certain standards.

Do Homeopathic Treatments Work?
Homeopathic medicine has been used to successfully treat many
ailments including hemorrhoids. They tend to work relatively quickly
and have no side effects.

Homeopathy can be used to treat both acute and chronic conditions.
Depending on the severity of the condition, you can begin feeling positive
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results in a matter of minutes. However, for most there is significant
improvement within a few days.

Homeopathy is not just a quick fix, make you feel better now remedy. It
addresses the root cause of the problem and heals the problem at the
source.

In the case of hemorrhoids, homeopathy works to heal the hemorrhoids
from the inside, targeting the root cause of the condition, in order to
prevent the hemorrhoids from resurfacing in the future.

Are There Any Harmful Side Effects?

Homeopathic treatments have not been known to cause any harmful
side effects when used according to instruction.

What Is The Best Homeopathic Treatment For Hemorrhoids?

There are a variety of homeopathic remedies available for hemorrhoids but
the one that consistently gets raving reviews from its users because of its
effectiveness is Venapro.



Venapro is a two part system that works to heal the internal and external
effects of hemorrhoids. Venapro has uniquely combined homeopathic
medicine with the healing power of herbs to create a one of a kind formula
that eliminates hemorrhoids.

Venapros holistic hemorrhoid formula includes the following ingredients:

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Horse Chestnut, (Aesculus hippocastanum) This herb is effective at
improving blood circulation through the veins and helps to strengthen
veins and tissue, hence why it works well in the treatment of hemorrhoids.

Arnica (Leopard's Bane) Arnica works to regenerate damaged tissue
which is important to prevent hemorrhoids from recurring once they
have gone. It also relieves pain, itching and swelling associated with
hemorrhoids.


Fluoride of Lime (Calcarea fluorica) This herb repairs tears and
cracks and helps to restore suppleness to muscles and veins. It also
works to repair varicose veins and veins that have become enlarged. In
addition, Fluoride of Lime provides relief from the itching and bleeding
associated with hemorrhoids.


St. Mary's Thistle (Carduus marianus) Is a plant found in Asia, Europe
and the Mediterranean. It has been used primarily to treat varicose veins and
congestion.

St. Marys Thistle is very effective at getting rid of bleeding
hemorrhoids and reducing inflammation in other types of hemorrhoids
including prolapsed hemorrhoids.

Stone Root (Collinsonia canadensis ) Improves the function and
structure of the veins and constricts the blood vessels, which reduces
swelling. In addition, it helps to relax the veins in the anus, making it easier
to have a bowel movement.

Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) Witch Hazel is an astringent that
soothes, disinfects and reduces inflammation in the anal area.

Muriatic Acid (Muriaticum acidum) This is a water based liquid that is
used to reduce bleeding and remove swelling and soreness from the
hemorrhoid.

Krameria'Mapato (Ratanhia) This works to significantly reduce the
hemorrhoid ache and burning, which helps you get back to normal
everyday activities sooner.

26% Alcohol and Purified Water - Homeopathic medicine is prepared
with alcohol and purified water to preserve and protect its purity. If you are
allergic to alcohol or don't like the taste, you can dilute it in a glass of
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water, let the glass stand for several hours and drink. Almost all of the
alcohol will evaporate by that time.

Venapros synergestic blend of herbs and homeopathic ingredients
work in harmony to eliminate the body of hemorrhoids.

It is effective at curing internal, external and bleeding hemorrhoids. Most
users experience positive results within a couple of days. Although your
hemorrhoids may disappear fairly quickly, it is recommended that you use
the product for 3 6 months to completely heal the body and keep the
hemorrhoids from returning.

Venapro is relatively inexpensive for the results you will achieve. A one
month supply is $39.95 and if you decide to buy a 6 month supply at once,
you get 2 months free, making it only $159.95. This is much less than you
will ever pay for surgery and other semi-invasive procedures and Venapro
is a lot safer, has no side effects and comes with a guarantee.

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Best Hemorrhoid Treatments Compared

If you are suffering from hemorrhoids at the moment, or have done in the past
and want to ensure they do not return, you will need the best hemorrhoids
treatment to ensure you can continue your daily life in comfort and with
confidence.

However, finding the best hemorrhoids cure for your individual needs can
be difficult. This is why we have put together this page to help you
compare the best hemorrhoids treatments available and make the right
choice to get rid of your hemorrhoids for good.






Official Site H Miracle Venapro
Hemorrhoid
Rescue
Type eBook Spray and Pills Pills
Effectiveness Excellent Good Good
Speed Excellent Good Good
Long-Term
Effects
Excellent Good Good
Guarantee 60 Days 90 days 30 days
Price
From
$37.00
From
$26.66
From
$26.66
Our Rating

Visit Site Visit H Miracle Visit Venapro
Visit Hemorrhoid
Rescue


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How to Choose the Best Hemorrhoids Cure for YOU

The important thing to realize is that not all hemorrhoid treatments work
the same for everyone. We are all different in how our body responds to
different ingredients so what works for your friend or even relative may not
work for you.

Therefore the best way to choose a hemorrhoids cure is to stick with the
products that have a long track-record of proven success.

Although this doesnt guarantee you will also be successful it greatly
increases your chances.

So what should you look for in a hemorrhoids treatment?

Safety Ideally endorsed or approved by a medical doctor
Effectiveness Powerful ingredients that target the problem area
Proven Success Look for products with reliable customer reviews
Fast Hemorrhoids are painful, use products that can clear them up in 1
week or less
Guaranteed If the product really works there will be a money-back
guarantee

H Miracle The Best Hemorrhoids Treatment Available

If you are looking for a safe, effective, proven, fast, and
guaranteed hemorrhoids cure then there is really only one
place to look H Miracle.

H Miracle is a very impressive product that gets big ticks
on all points in the bullet list above. It is all natural and
has been shown to help:

Hemorrhoids are an embarrassing, uncomfortable, and often painful
problem. Thankfully H Miracle offers a safe and effective solution that
avoids any embarrassing trips to the doctor or pharmacy. Available
online, and can help put an end to your hemorrhoids for good.

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Conclusion

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As you can see, there are many different treatment options
available for hemorrhoids.

Again, the best method is prevention. If you find yourself afflicted with
hemorrhoids, treat them with proven remedies such as H Miracle,
Venapro or Hemorrhoid Rescue until they vanish and then start a
prevention program to keep them from resurfacing.

If you have tried at home treatments and experienced no change in your
condition after a week, you should immediately contract your physician for
other hemorrhoid treatment options, up to and including surgery.


However, it is only recommended that you undergo surgery as a last resort.

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