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How to Get Rid of hemorrhoids - home Remedies That Help

A: Many people around the globe are wondering how to get rid of hemorrhoids. It`s something that millions suffer from in varying degrees. Although having hemorrhoids is an embarrassing condition for many people it is important to your health to find out how to get rid of hemorrhoids and take back your life. hemorrhoids most often will affect people who are over 50 but it`s not uncommon to experience hemorrhoids at the age of 30 and in some cases even people in their 20s may develop hemorrhoids. This clearly is a common problem and can be very painful, but is not usually serious. A hemorrhoid is a collection of swollen tissue and blood vessels in...


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home remedies for hemorrhoids

A: Hemorrhoid home remedy The best way to treat this problem is make dietary changes. The most important thing to make hemorrhoids go away is to soften the stool and have regular bowel movements. Regular bowel movements are considered to be at least twice per day with little or no straining on your part. To achieve this, it is important to add plenty of quality fiber to your diet. This means, eating whole wheat bread and things like oatmeal or wheat bran cereal with plenty of fruit and vegetables. Avoid processed food and anything made from refined flour or sugar. Drink plenty of water to help move things long and soften the stool. Of course, drinking plenty of water has many other benefits as well. If you can, get...
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What are home remedies for hemorrhoids

A: hemorrhoids are one of the most painful as well as the most socially embarrassing conditions to be afflicted by. Given the amount of social embarrassment surrounding the medical ailment, most people affected by it are unwilling or unready to disclose the information to even close friends and relatives – allowing the condition to get a lot worse, as a direct result of it not being sufficiently treated during its developmental phase. hemorrhoids are the inflammation of the tissues and veins that surround the anus and can occur internally or externally. If the condition is external, the inflammation is clearly visible and the soft pulpy tissue extends out of the body via the anus. If the condition is internal, there are no visible signs...


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What are home Remedies for hemorrhoids?

A: hemorrhoids are a medical condition characterized by inflamed and swollen veins surrounding the lower rectum or anus. Not everyone suffering from hemorrhoids experiences symptoms. For those with internal hemorrhoids, the most common symptom is bright blood on toilet paper, covering the fecal matter, or in the toilet. Internal hemorrhoids may also protrude and be painful and irritated. External hemorrhoids, on the other hand, generally result in a hard lump and painful swelling in the area around the anus. There are several potential causes of hemorrhoids. The most typical causes include excessive straining during a bowel movement, aging,...


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home remedy for hemorrhoids

A: hemorrhoids are usually caused by increased pressure on the veins in the pelvic and rectal area. As pressure increases, blood pools in veins and causes them to swell. Eventually, the swollen veins stretch the surrounding tissue, and hemorrhoids develop. Bowel habits that can cause increased pressure and lead to the development of hemorrhoids include: Rushing to complete a bowel movement. Hurrying can lead to excessive straining and increase pressure on rectal veins.Persistent diarrhea or constipation, which may cause straining and increase pressure on veins in the anal canal. Other factors that can lead to the development of hemorrhoids include: Being overweight. Excess...
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home remedy for painful hemorrhoids?

A: Causes and Treatment for hemorrhoids Most cases of hemorrhoids are mild and temporary – as soon as you take certain measures, the tissues begin to heal, and all that you need to do is ensure that the condition does not recur. hemorrhoids are basically caused when too much stress is put on the tissues in the anal area. This affects the veins in this area too, and the veins and tissues swell up and become painful. Sometimes there may also be itching and burning, and in some cases bleeding as well. The most common cause of stress on the tissues in the anal area is excessive straining during bowel movements, which in turn is usually because of chronic constipation, and sometimes, on the other hand, because of...
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Please suggest some home remedies for hemorrhoids?

A: Here are some natural treatments for hemorrhoids. The very first thing that you need to do is drink lots of water and eat lots of fiber. Further to it, follow the home remedies listed below: Most of the doctors recommend the use of witch hazel applied to the rectum with a cotton ball. Take onion juice or raw onion soaked in water containing sugar for at least 3 times a day. Extract juice from bitter gourd and mix it with buttermilk. This is one of the most effective treatments for hemorrhoids. Apply aloe vera gel or use capsicum enemas to relieve the painful swelling. Soak figs overnight and drink on an empty stomach. Many fruits like banana and jambu prevent constipation and prove to be the best solution for...
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I do have pile. I am a Nigerian and most of the home remedies you have here are not available here in west Africa, I would like to know what local remedy I can use here that can rid me of this problem. Thank you for your time.

A: Piles also referred to as hemorrhoids, is a condition that affects millions of people. This condition is brought about due to a swelling and inflammation of the veins that are present in and around the lower rectum and anus. Piles develops due to pressure being exerted on these veins, particularly during strained bowel movements. Piles can be of two types; first being internal piles, when the veins inside the rectum get inflamed. This form of piles is generally not painful and the swollen veins can very rarely be seen or felt. The second is external piles, as the name suggests, this is characterized by an inflammation of the veins present around the anus. This condition however can tend to be painful. Many a times the swollen veins may also be felt or seen.

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My daughter is facing minor piles and not passing stools last couple of days. is there any homely remedy for this?

A: Piles, medically known as hemorrhoids is a painful condition in which the veins in a patient’s lower rectum and anus get inflamed and swollen. The veins present in the lower rectum get swollen or inflamed when additional pressure is exerted on them. This added pressure could be caused by straining while passing stools due to constipation, or due to sitting in a particular position for long hours, or even due to indulging in rigorous activities like cycling or weight lifting. Piles are categorized into internal piles and external piles. In internal piles the vein swells inside the anus. Therefore, internal piles do not show any symptoms on the exterior of the anus, and are therefore difficult to detect. Symptoms of internal piles include blood in the stool...
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i am suffering from external piles , weight loss ,hair loss , even i have undergone kidney transplant due to which i cannot take unprescribed medicine kindly give me home remedy.sanjay gupta

A: I can understand and empathize with you for having endured the agony of external piles, apart from a major surgery like kidney transplant and for facing weight loss and hair loss. Your kidney transplant necessitates great care in the treatment of piles, due to which the medication options are really limited. You have thoughtfully considered the ideal alternative to overcome all your problems by thinking about home remedies. To begin with, I’d strongly recommend you to consult your doctor about the home remedies given here so that none of them contain any constituent that would interfere with medicines prescribed by the doctor. To heal the external piles, due to which there has been a swelling and reddening of area outside the anus,...


 
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