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any good home remedies for hemmroids?

A: home remedies for hemorrhoids Vit C and Mg help decrease constipation that may cause hemrroids. Drink lots of water. Thyroid checked to see... Just a few ideas ......


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Whats the best home remedy for minor burns of kitchen ?

A: aloe vera The most immediate treatment should be running cold water over the burn. This will minimize the extent of the burn depth by cooling it off and stopping the damage. The next followup treatment can be the use of aloe vera. Simply snap off the tip of a stalk and apply the gooey sap to the burn. Be sure to leave any blister on the skin intact because this protects the wound from becoming infected and allows the wound to heal naturally. If the blister should pop be sure to keep it clean and covered with a fresh band-aid. With the note that the questioner said minor skin burns from the kitchen ..here&''s my answer.. Run it under cool, not cold water for several minutes until the stinging subsides. If you have any hemorrhoid cream available , dab it on the burn...
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What to do for hemorrhoids

A: hemorrhoids refer to a condition in which swelling and inflammation develops in the veins in the lower rectum and anal area. hemorrhoids may be a result of strain exerted on these veins during bowel movements. Other causative factors could include aging, diarrhea, constipation, anal intercourse and pregnancy. hemorrhoids can either develop inside the anal canal, in which case they are known as internal hemorrhoids. They can also occur around the anal area, in which case they are known as external hemorrhoids. There are some other conditions which may mimic the symptoms of hemorrhoids. These include fissures, fistula, abscesses or pruritus...


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What is best for hemorrhoids?

A: Piles or hemorrhoids occur at end of the digestive tract, in the anus and rectal canal. The tissues in this region become swollen and the blood vessels contained within them appear as reddish enlarged bumps. This condition is similar to the occurrence of varicose veins in the legs. The veins in the anal canal become dilated and swell, causing pain, inflammation and itching. Piles can occur internally, in which case they are not visible as the inflammation takes place on the upper portion of anal canal. However, it is possible that sometimes internal piles may extend out of the anus. In these cases, they become visible. They can be pushed back in certain cases. But at other times, due to the swelling, they cannot be pushed back in. If they continue to protrude out,...


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What can I do for hemorrhoids?

A: hemorrhoids or piles, while a common problem, can be quite painful. There are a number of steps you can take to deal with piles from the comfort of your own home. But, before you start, do check with a doctor as it is important to get medical help with this condition. If your piles has been caused due to constipation or, at the other extreme, diarrhea, then you need to take care of that problem first. Look for measures that will enable you to make stools softer. Rather than artificial options, the number one solution for this is fiber. You need to include lots and lots of fiber in each meal. Fruits and vegetables should now become the...


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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...


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My wife is suffering from internal piles. She was diagnosed today. There is only bleeding and no pain. Please advice what treatment or home remedy she should follow?

A: Internal hemorrhoids, unlike external piles, start to develop inside the passage of the anus on top of the dentate line. These types of hemorrhoids are generally painless as the visceral nerves are above the dentate and only able to sense pressure and not pain. They do however cause some amount of discomfort and generally a low amount of bleeding if the stool is hard and it happens to rub against the piles during bowel movement. The hemorrhoids may sometimes appear outside the anus and they look like small masses generally the size of small grapes. The symptoms of piles often include intense itching as the hemorrhoids tends to seep mucus and hence cause some amount...
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What are some home remedies to get rid of hemorrhoids?

A: hemorrhoids or varicose veins of the anus and rectum are enlarged bulging blood vessels located inside or outside the anus. Try these following simple remedies: Mango seed powder should be given in doses of 1. 5-2 gms with honey, twice daily.Eat 4 soaked figs twice a day. Do this for 4 weeks. Create a juice from spinach, watercress, carrots, or turnip leaves and drink it.Take 1tbsp of corriander leaves juice with 1 tsp of sugar thrice daily. Eat boiled ripe banana or place it on a 1-cup of milk. Do this at least 2 times a day.Drink radish juice both in the morning and in the evening. The white radish paste with milk on the other hand is applied on the hemorrhoids to lessen the pain and the...
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Cure for hemorrhoids.

A: hemorrhoids or piles as it is more commonly known as, is a swelling or inflammation of the veins inside, outside or around or rectum. Internal hemorrhoids cannot be felt or seen unless they are very severe. External hemorrhoids on the other hand, can be seen and felt as well. This condition has been linked to constipation, pregnancy and straining during bowel movements, which lead to an increased pressure being applied in these hemorrhoid veins, making them swell up. Liver disease at times may also create pressure on these veins, creating hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoids are usually not painful and are characterized by painless bleeding during bowel movements....


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What is good for hemorrhoids?

A: Piles home remedies  The best way to take care of hemorrhoids is to ensure that you are not passing excessively hard stools. This is the only way you can avoid irritating your already existing hemorrhoids and making them much worse. The most effective way to do this is to add fibre and fluid to your diet twofold and cut back on carbohydrates by half. You should instantly increase your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables, bran, whole wheat, oatmeal and flaxseed. This will help to soften your stools considerably. Avoid white bread, meat and all goods that come out of a bakery. If your hemorrhoids are bleeding, a good remedial measure is to apply aloe vera gel...
 
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