Archive | April, 2010

Using Cream For The Treatment Of Chronic Hemorrhoids

30. April 2010

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Hemorrhoids are probably one of the most uncomfortable and reoccurring conditions that people today have to contend with. Couple that in with the factor that most people are hesitant to go to or talk to their doctor about their condition, and the result is self medication. This is especially easy since a variety [...]

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What To Expect After A Hemorrhoidectomy

28. April 2010

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A hemorrhoidectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove anal inflammations. Typically the surgery occurs under local anesthesia or spinal anesthesia so you will not feel pain. The surgery is usually done with a scalpel or with a laser. The surgery usually occurs in a surgery center and you will most likely [...]

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Is Hemorrhoid Removal Right For You?

24. April 2010

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To know if hemorrhoid removal is right for you, you need to make sure you have explored all the other conservative options first. Typically surgical removal of anal inflammations is only used as a last resort. In most cases this condition is able to heal and improve with a little assistance from you. [...]

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Proven Techniques To Treat Hemorrhoids Caused From Heavy Lifting

21. April 2010

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There are a variety of techniques that have been proven to treat hemorrhoids that have developed from lifting heavy objects. Most of these methods do require a certain amount of privacy and are best done in the privacy of your home. These methods offer relief to the symptoms of pain, itching, and burning [...]

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How To Treat Hemorrhoids In Children

18. April 2010

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Though it is not common, hemorrhoids can occur in children. Typically children develop this condition due to constipation or obesity. Usually cases reported in children are not severe, but that does make the symptoms any easier for children. Usually symptoms include burning, itching, and inflammation. These symptoms can be treated at home, [...]

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The Many Ways To Treat Hemorrhoids

15. April 2010

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There are a countless number of hemorrhoid treatment options available to you. Choosing the one that is right for you depends on a variety of factors, including the severity of your condition as well as your personal lifestyle. Since so many options exist, you should find the combination of methods that are right [...]

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Hemorrhoid Treatments For People Over Fifty

11. April 2010

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Hemorrhoids are a very common thing for people that are over the age of fifty. Actually more than half of the people over fifty that report for a regular physical are diagnosed with the condition. In most of these cases, surgery is not needed as the cases are minor and able to heal themselves. [...]

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Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy

7. April 2010

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Women experience many changes to their bodies during pregnancy. As their body changes they often develop a variety of medical conditions they have never before experienced, and that are a direct result of their pregnancy. Unfortunately, pregnancy tends to make women more prone to developing a hemorrhoid for a variety of factors including [...]

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I Am To Embarrassed To Talk To My Doctor About Hemorrhoids

4. April 2010

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Doctors have reported that patients are a bit apprehensive in reporting and talking about anal conditions that they may be experiencing. This apprehension and embarrassment is completely understandable. Dreading an anal examination is completely understandable. However, it is necessary to talk to your doctor and understand the options of treatment that are [...]

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Men And Hemorrhoids

1. April 2010

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While hemorrhoid conditions occur in both men and women, men are more subject to the condition. Why men are more susceptible than women is still highly debated. If you think that you are suffering from the anal condition then you should first and foremost contact your doctor for a proper diagnosis. Once [...]

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