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Author Topic: Relief from Internal Hemorrhoids  (Read 8223 times)

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Relief from Internal Hemorrhoids
« on: January 02, 2009, 01:15:25 am »
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the rectum caused by pressure put on these veins.  When the muscles in the walls of the rectum loose their strength the veins protrude out and become hemroids

Causes of Hemorrhoids

There are many causes of internal hemorrhoids.  Some of the more common ones include:
-straining during a bowel movement
-sneezing or coughing
-sitting a lot
-eating a low fiber diet
-being overweight
-standing too much

Symptoms of Hemorrhoids

The most common symptoms of hemorrhoids include blood in the stool.  Or blood can appear on the toilet paper after wiping.  Extreme itching in the rectum is quite common and can be extremely aggravating and distracting.  A lump can be felt at the anus and this is the vein extending out from the muscle wall.  Finally the person suffering from hemorrhoids can have incomplete bowel movements as the hemorrhoids can block the anal opening.  There are a few different hemroids treatment possibilities.

Hemorrhoids Treatments

There are many ways to achieve hemorrhoide relief.  One of the more popular options is hemorrhoids treatment cream.  The cream is usually applied topically or by suppository to the affected area.  Its purpose is to reduce the swelling and thus the painful itching of the hemorrhoids.  Another form of hemroids relief is much more invasive and drastic.  Hemorrhoids surgery is an option when all else fails.  Usually those needing surgery have hemorrhoids that bleed excessively and have not been relieved by other means.

Hemorrhoids Prevention

To prevent hemorrhoids or get hemroids relief a change in diet can be a great help.  Try to eat foods high in fiber and drink a lot of water.  Sitz baths can be effective, as can ice packs applied to the anal area.  Loose cotton underwear prevents pressure on the rectal area and taking an anti-inflammatory can also help decrease the swelling.

Know more about Internal Hemroids Treatment at http://www.hemroids.info/internal_hemroids.html in an online guide for symptoms, causes and relief of hemorrhoids. Also visit http://www.hemorrhoids-treatment-guide.com/  .


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