Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Hemorrhoids Symptoms, Causes, Medical & Alternative Treatment

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Hemorrhoids are a common problem for many, but they can be painful. It is not a serious condition, but it does involve the digestive system. Hemorrhoids are swollen veins that are located in the anal canal. The problem can swell on the inside or the outside to create external hemorrhoids.

Who Can Get Hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids can be found in many different people at one time in their lives. Constipation and diarrhea can lead to increase pressure, causing the condition. And many pregnant women get hemorrhoids in their last six months of pregnancy due to the pressure on the blood vessels in the pelvis. Having a lot of extra weight can also lead a person to develop hemorrhoids.

Causes of Hemorrhoids

Increased pressure around the veins in the pelvis and the rectal area are the main cause for hemorrhoids. The tissue normally fills with blood in order to control bowel movements, but if there is straining involved in getting the bowel movement to pass, the pressure will cause the veins to swell and stretch, creating the condition.

Symptoms of Hemorrhoids

The most common symptoms for hemorrhoids are rectal pain, itching, and bleeding during a bowel movement. Pain is noticed when it is difficult to clean the area. Blood will be noticeable as bright red streaks on the toilet paper after a bowel movement that needed straining to get out.

Over the Counter Treatments for Hemorrhoids

There are many hemorrhoid medicines that can be bought over the counter. There are creams, wipes, and suppositories that can aid in the discomfort of the condition. Many of these over the counter treatments are recommended by a doctor when someone has a mild case of hemorrhoids.

Alternative Treatments for Hemorrhoids

Fiber is the number one substance that people do not get enough of in their diet. If a person has a hard time going to the bathroom, there needs to be more fiber in their diet. And water work well too for preventing difficult bowel movements that can lead to the instance of developing hemorrhoids.

And if you are suffering from this condition and do not want to buy the ointments that are available in the store, you can use witch hazel s a topical treatment for hemorrhoids. And if there is a problem with the circulation of blood in the body, an herb such as horse chestnut (taken in pill or tea form) can help to alleviate the pressure on the veins in the anus, but should not be taken by those who have bleeding disorders.

When is Medicinal Treatment Necessary?

Medical treatment for hemorrhoids is necessary when a person has tried all other options for the condition but none have worked efficiently to treat the problem.

Medical Treatments for Hemorrhoids

Surgery can be used to remove the hemorrhoids. This is usually a person’s last resort in trying to treat the condition, but it works to relieve the person of the pain and discomfort.

Jonathan
Medically trained in the UK. Writes on the subjects of injuries, healthcare and medicine. Contact me jonathan@cleanseplan.com

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