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Has anyone had this? How did you treat it?
hemorrhoids- Varicosities of the hemorrhoidal venous plexus. Usual course - acute; chronic; relapsing.Originally posted by suxxxe
Has anyone had this? How did you treat it?
•External hemorrhoids are located below the dentate line and covered by squamous epithelium
•Internal hemorrhoids are located above the dentate line
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS:
•Straining with defecation
•Small or minimal
•Episodic bleeding on stool
•Feeling of incomplete evacuation
•Small or minimal external
•Protruding but can be reduced
•Thrombosis with severe acute pain
•Protruding, not reducible
•Inability to clean after stool
•Dilated veins of hemorrhoidal plexus
•Tight internal anal sphincter
•Occupations that require prolonged sitting
•Loss of muscle tone in old age, rectal surgery, episiotomy, anal intercourse
APPROPRIATE HEALTH CARE:
All of these treatments, except surgical, are outpatient with recovery and freedom from symptoms within 48 hours
•Mild symptoms or prevention:
•Avoid prolonged sitting at stool
•Avoid constipation through stool softeners, and high fiber intake in diet or with supplements
•Use soap and water for cleanup after stool
•For pain, sitz baths with soapy water, or hypertonic epsom salts (cup per 2 quarts of water)
•Mild and minimal hemorrhoids respond to changed diet, relief of constipation, soap and water cleanup and brief stooling
•Pruritus or mild discomfort after stooling responds to hydrocortisone ointment, anesthetic ointments or sprays
•Mild bleeding with external hemorrhoids responds to sitz baths and ointments or suppositories
•Persisting and soiling bleeding
•Prolapsed internal hemorrhoids
•Poor anal hygiene due to prolapsed hemorrhoids
•For severe pain:
•Incision of thrombosed hemorrhoid
•Severe protruding hemorrhoids:
•Rubber band ligation (internal hemorrhoids only)
•Injection therapy (suitable for one or two)
•Cryosurgery, infrared or laser surgery for external hemorrhoids
•Requires surgical correction
•Surgical resection - for major external or internal hemorrhoids
•Encourage physical fitness
•Avoid prolonged sitting and straining on the toilet
Explain recurrence benignity, need for good diet, exercise and stooling health
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Which doctor is appropriate to be consulted regarding this matter?
Unless surgery is needed (wherein a general or colorectal surgeon would be most appropriate), any general practitioner, family physician or even specialist can do.
when wiping *** with tissue..
tapos frequently may blood...
is this bad? shouldi get a checkup?
you may have hemorroids or your stools are very hard
pag hemmorhoids normal lang to?
will it have a bad effect kung longterm?
may gamot ba para dito?
hi, i'd like to know is there a way to get rid of this? and is it safe to take Dulcolax every other day?
-eat lots of vegies and fruits
-drink enough water
i,at times takes ducolax but i read that it is unsafe to take it too frequently
Drink plenty of water. Eat vegetables and fibres.
The most effective one is to drink aloe vera juice. This guaranteed...
Wag fibrosine kasi synthetic fiber, it may be cancerous kasi hindi sya natural fiber.Kung gusto mo ng mabilisang solusyon dyan contact me thru may cell : 09166203150 ,may health / foodsupplement* ako dito sa amin na makakatulong para umayos ang bowel movement ng utol mo. constipation is also related to vitamin A and vitamin C defficiency, I suggest you combine aloe vera juice and vitamin C foodsupplement.
Tama Aloe vera juice ang inumin mo,marami ako nyan dito sa amin.kung interested ka just text me.
*Foodsupplement is different from drugs kasi natural product ang mga ito unlike over the counter drugs, mga synthetic ito,aside from that foodsupplements have no Therapeutic effect or No Side Effect kaya safe sya.
Lots of water and lots of fruits and vegetables ought to do the trick.
If he has a really a hard time defecating then you can go to a doctor and he might prescribe some suppositories for him for immediate relief. However, please take into consideration that some people move there bowels less frequently than others. So if one person normally has BM everyday another person might just have BM 3x a week... and that's still normal.
tell your bro, if feels the urge to go to the cr wag niya palampasin... minsan kasi pag pinigil mahirap na uli makakuha timing...
fibrosine is fine but i would suggest more fruits and vegetables plus a lot of water.
dapat may conscious effort. kung gusto niya, mark niya sa calendar per BM para ma-track niya. this worked for me kasi naging conscious ako kasi magiging aware ka sa intervals...
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Pls. tell me what to do with hemorrhoids, ang sakit kasi. tell me what medicine to take. its on and off.
You should see a general surgeon who can assess the severity of your hemorrhoids. You might be developing anemia if there is recurrent bleeding, or your hemorrhoids might be thrombosed, in which case, you may need to have that surgically fixed. In the meantime, you can try these:
1. Sit on a tub (or planggana) of plain, warm water for around 10 minutes several times a day.
2. Clean the entire rectal area with warm water after each bowel movement.
3. Take a laxative to soften stools, like Metamucil at 1 sachet/glass 3x a day or Senokot 2 tabs at night. Also, eat lots of vegetables, fruits and other fibers.
4. Use ice packs to help reduce swelling during acute attacks.
5. Try Faktu ointment 2-3x a day, Procto-Glyvenol cream 2x a day, Proctosedyl ointment 2x a day and after defacation, or Ultraproct ointment 2x a day (whichever one is available--just buy one kind.) to the area for one week (even if you feel okay already).
is it true that if you have the hemorrhoids taken out (operated), hindi mo na daw mapipigil yung bowel movement mo? have heard about this twice na, i wonder if its true. i have hemorrhoids din kse, but it doesn't hurt naman. im thinking of having it taken out in the future.
thanks a lot!
That isn't true at all. Sphincter damage is a rare complication of a botched hemorrhoidectomy, and unless you get a non-surgeon to do the surgery, I seriously doubt that would happen.