Archive | July, 2009

Tips for Living with External Hemorrhoids

30. July 2009

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For every one million people who suffer from external hemorrhoids, there are a million who decide to do nothing about it. They choose instead to live with the pain, the itching anus, the swelling that makes them feel like they still need to go to the bathroom after a complete bowel movement, and the difficulty [...]

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How To Avoid Getting Hemorrhoids Multiple Times

27. July 2009

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They often say that once you do something once you’re more apt to do it again. For instance, if you cheated on your spouse once, you are around 60% more likely to cheat on someone else. The same is true for hemorrhoids. If you have hemorrhoids once, you are much more susceptible to having it [...]

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External Hemorrhoids Risk Factors

24. July 2009

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You think you may have hemorrhoids, but you aren’t sure exactly what they are or how to tell? It really isn’t that complicated. Hemorrhoids are simply irritated veins, just like varicose veins in the legs, only these are in the rectum, the anal canal, or just outside the rectum. External hemorrhoids are hemorrhoids that are outside [...]

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Choosing Your Hemorrhoid Relief

21. July 2009

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When you have hemorrhoids, the need to find relief may be great. Whether you have pain, itching, swelling, tingling, or bleeding, the cramp it can put in your life may slow you down. Finding hemorrhoid relief may not be very easy, especially if you don’t know where to look for help. You have the best chance [...]

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Recognizing Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

18. July 2009

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Many people think that hemorrhoids are a mild condition that might be a little uncomfortable. Maybe that is the case for some people, but if that is what you have thought, then you have probably never had a hemorrhoid. Sometimes, if you begin treatment immediately, hemorrhoids will only be a little uncomfortable. More often, though, [...]

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Serious Hemorrhoids Treatment

15. July 2009

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Being told that your hemorrhoids have become severe may not mean that you need to have traditional hemorrhoid surgery. There are other things that your doctor may consider to be viable treatments for your situation. Worrying about your hemorrhoid problem won’t help you find a helpful treatment. When you talk to your doctor, ask him about [...]

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Recovering From Thrombosed Hemorrhoids

12. July 2009

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Thrombosed hemorrhoids can be more painful than any other type of hemorrhoid. With the blood clot, the pain, the itching, and the possible blockage of stool, taking care of it within a couple of days is very important. Usually when a hemorrhoid becomes thrombosed, it requires surgery to remove it or to fix it. If [...]

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Recognizing Internal Hemorrhoids

9. July 2009

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Internal hemorrhoids may have something that external hemorrhoids don’t have – the ability to hide. Since they are located inside the anal canal, and there is nothing visible or within reach when you wipe yourself, you may not even notice them until you see blood, which can be very scary. Red streaks on the toilet paper, [...]

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Talking to Your Doctor about Hemorrhoid Treatments

6. July 2009

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Sometimes, health problems can be embarrassing to talk about, even to your doctor. Hemorrhoids are one of those things that can be not only difficult to talk about, but especially difficult to be honest about. After all, who wants to admit that they have pain and itching in that area? There are, however, symptoms you should [...]

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Relieving Hemorrhoids With Lasting Results

3. July 2009

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When you are suffering from hemorrhoids, you may be able to find some relief immediately, but how do you achieve hemorrhoid relief that will have lasting results? There are many things you can do to have lasting relief from your hemorrhoid problems. It all begins with taking care of the immediate symptoms, while also making some [...]

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