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Start Treating Your Hemorrhoids

If you have hemorrhoids, this short article will explain to you the top three choices for when it comes to treat either external or internal piles.

If this is your first time dealing with piles, I need you to know that the problem is not as difficult to solve as it may seem. All you've to do is to do some lifestyle changes on your diet and exercise regime and also adopt a good hemorrhoid treatment targeted to your specific problem. In this short article you’ll learn that there are different ways to treat external or internal piles.

An important thing that I need you to understand first is that most non surgical hemorrhoid treatments that you’ll be exposed to, don’t fix the specific cause of the problem. They simply alleviate the symptoms. If you really want to get rid of this persistent condition than I like to recommend you learn more in depth what causes hemorrhoids so that you can eliminate the behaviors that caused them on the first place.

Lotions and creams are a very good treatment to try out if you suffer from external hemorrhoids. These lotions and creams available at your local pharmacy shop will give you a sense of relaxation and decrease some of that swelling that is causing so much pain and discomfort during the day. Ask your doctor to see if this treatment is adequate to you but remember that this probably won’t be a definitive cure.

Note: If you have external piles there are a few non prescription lotions available but check with a medical professional first, just to be safe.

If you suspect that you suffer from internal piles than your best bet is usually suppositories. Since internal piles do not usually cause pain, the way that people tend to find that they’re suffering from it, is when blood is found in the stools.

Note 2: If you found blood on those places you've to IMMEDIATELY consult with your doctor as there’s also a possibility of being colon cancer.

The way that suppositories work is by increasing the lubrication inside your anus so that your piles are less likely to get worse during and after a bowel movement. Suppositories are definitely a good treatment to try if you’re suffering from internal piles.

The third hemorrhoid treatment method I want to speak to you about is pills. These are basically drugs that will control the blood pressure on your body and tighten your veins tissue. Once your veins are stronger, your piles will be less likely to bulge up again. Some of these pills have some nasty side effects so make sure you speak them out with your doctor.

If none of the above treatments work for you, you still have other options such as holistic treatment, surgery and pph. your doctor is the only person qualified to give you the right answer so make sure you check with him before making any final decisions.

The author of this article has a website devoted to sharing hemorrhoid treatment  information. Always ask your medical professional to determine the best hemorrhoid treatment for you. The author, Mark V. Gholler.