To Cure Hemorrhoids Consider These Six Hemorrhoid Treatments
In order to cure hemorrhoids, you must know how to treat them properly (and quickly) with effective compounds and substances that are known to work well.
Hemorrhoids are an inflammatioin of the veins found in and around the anus (also properly described as the lower rectum).
External hemorrhoids are a variety that can develop just under the skin around the anus itself.
Internal hemorrhoids (which are not generally visible unless prolapsed) are located inside the lower rectum area.
Internal hemorrhoids can be the cause of extreme pain and general discomfort due to the fact that they often end up prolapsing or protruding externally through the anus.
One of the most widely seen and experienced symptoms of hemorrhoids located internally in the lower rectum area is that of internal bleeding resulting in blood both in and on the stool and an often copious bloody discharge from the anus.
This is most generally accompanied by significant pain, high levels of personal discomfort and continuous and frustrating itching in the vicinity of the anus.
Most often, though with some limited exceptions, hemorrhoids aren't usually thought of as a serious or life-threatening medical condition. . .
. . .although, due to their associated pain and bleeding, they can cause extreme discomfort and anxiety in those who are unfortunate enough to be afflicted with their undeniably unpleasant symptoms.
Estimates are that more than 60% of the general population will suffer from some level of hemorrhoidal inflammation at some time (sadly this can often be multiple times) during their lives.
Millions of hemorrhoid sufferers are constantly seeking relief from this grossly disruptive and widely pervasive condition.
Since many people are interested in treatment, hemorrhoids have multiple possible treatments that everyone wonders about.
Following are the top six treatments that have been demonstrated to both improve and in many cases cure painful and bleeding hemorrhoids.
You Could Choose The Surgical Option Called A Haemorrhoidectomy
The haemorrhoidectomy is a form of “last medical option” and a surgical procedure which involves the removal of an entire hemorrhoid (or multiple hemorrhoids) by a surgeon operating on the unfortunate patient who must be anesthetized on an operating table.
This procedure is often thought to be an absolute cure for hemorrhoids but is considered a very drastic action for relief due to a number of issues. . .
. . .unfortunately, it is a well-known fact that many people who opt for the radical surgical option find themselves undergoing multiple surgeries and consequently they are forced to deal with multiple recovery periods and the associated distress of those recovery periods.
It is a sad fact that although those in the medical world deny that the return of hemorrhoidal symptoms is quite common even after surgical intervention. . .
. . .it is nevertheless well and widely regretted by those hemorrhoid sufferers who have, often unwisely, chosen the surgical option since their condition of inflamed hemorrhoids has often returned for a variety of reasons.
Increased scar tissue from the healing process is an unfortunate by-product of multiple haemorrhoidectomy surgeries and should be considered prior to choosing a surgical option as a cure for hemorrhoids.
Even though in the past, a haemorrhoidectomy was a common and often medically-advised method of dealing with hemorrhoids, it is very invasive and many times actually requires significantly more recovery time than originally thought by the patient.
Venapro – The Treatment Hemorrhoids Need
This natural formulation was designed specifically to work effectively in conjunction with the natural healing mechanisms of the body to promote a long-term hemorrhoid solution.
Venapro is an extremely potent, safe and powerful home treatment for both internal and external hemorrhoids.
A Blast From The Past – Injection Sclerotherapy
Sclerotherapy is an old procedure currently losing popularity with patients (due to the thought of a needle being inserted into their hemorrhoid(s).
This process is also used to treat spider and varicose veins where there is much less patient resistance. . .and therefore a much higher success rate.
This is a very basic treatment and is generally painless in most applications when proper technique is adhered to.
A very fine needle is used to inject a solution into the vein, causing the vein to dry up over time and ultimately disappear.
The Benefits Of Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe Vera gel is considered by some to be one of the most effective home treatments for hemorrhoids.
The aloe is applied topically to the hemorrhoid (which should be cleaned prior to treatment) and pain is generally somewhat reduced almost immediately.
Aloe Vera is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties. . .
. . .it can be taken orally to help relieve constipation, which itself is a contributor to the onset and condition of painful hemorrhoidal suffering.
Witch Hazel is usually moderately effective in stopping the continuous and frustrating itch caused by hemorrhoids. . .
. . .its only real negative is that is must be physically applied to a highly inflamed portion of the body which can be quite uncomfortable during the actual application.
Witch Hazel is commonly applied with a cotton ball but there are also witch hazel sprays that are easier (although more expensive) to use, although the sprays can often be somewhat difficult to find in many parts of the country.
The sprays often contain proanthocyanidins which are believed to strengthen the vein walls.