Avoid the Big H!
Although the subject at hand is not a favorite among the top 10 topics to discuss over dinner, it is a subject matter that should and probably DOES concern every one of us. So while we like to avoid going into URL's discussing "Oh no, I've got it ... what do I do?!" scenarios, perhaps we should better nip it at the bud and have a go at "I haven't got it but would give anything never to have that problem" line of thinking, hey?
Of course, you should be so lucky but as they say, shoot for the moon and chances are, you'll hit the stars. Anyway ... what could you lose if you tried. The best of it is that you'll save yourself from a problem that's a royal pain in the behind. Literally!
The easiest way to prevent being inflicted by the condition would be to increase your intake of fiber/roughage and fluids. By fluids, I don't mean alcohol. These help soften stool making the emptying of your bowels easier with less strain on the anus, saving you from hemorrhoids. Take lots of fruit, take lots of veggies, and try your best to take 6-8 glasses of preferrably, water, daily.
You might also ask your doctor to recommend you a stool softener or his favorite fiber supplement. There are a number of them available commercially, such as psyllium and methylcellulose.
These preventives will work just as well for those who have already been inflicted with the condition but depending on the degree of seriousness the condition per individual.
In some cases, the condition might have to be treated surgically to shrink or destroy the hemorrhoidal tissue. A number of methods may be employed to accomplish this, such as:
1. Rubberband ligation where a rubberband is wrapped around the base of the internal inflamation within the rectum so that it cuts all circulation of blood to it. Within a few days, it dies and withers away.
2. Sclerotherapy where a chemical is injected around the blood vessel for the purpose of shrinking it.
3. Infrared coagulation where the use of an instrument is employed to apply infrared light on the hemorrhoid in order to burn and kill the tissue.
4. Hemorrhoidectomy, which refers to its surgical removal.
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