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August 12, 2020

How to get rid of Hemorrhoid?

 

In this article, we are going to write about how to get rid of Hemorrhoid.

In most cases, treating hemorrhoids involves steps you can take on your own, such as lifestyle changes.

However, sometimes getting rid of hemorrhoid needs medication and surgery.

 

How to get rid of hemorrhoid with Home treatment:

Home remedies for hemorrhoids can be considered as a quick and immediate treatment when the disease is in its early stages.

So for hemorrhoids include the use of a sitz bath, ice water bag, fiber and water intake, exercise, proper nutrition for hemorrhoids, and so on.

home remedies to treat and prevent hemorrhoid

home remedies to treat and prevent hemorrhoid

Medications

If hemorrhoids only cause moderate discomfort, your doctor will recommend creams without the need for prescriptions, oils, suppositories, ointments, or pads.

These products contain compounds such as hydrocortisone that can relieve pain and itching, at least temporarily.

Do not use creams or products without a prescription for more than 1 week, unless prescribed by your doctor.

Because it leads to side effects such as skin rashes, inflammation, looseness, and thinness of the skin.

Mild invasive processes

If a blood clot has formed in an external hemorrhoid, the doctor will be able to remove it easily and will save you from the pain caused by it.

In persistent bleeding or painful hemorrhoids, your doctor will suggest other mild invasive procedures.

So doctors can do these treatments in their office or in outpatient clinics.

Rubber band ligation

The doctor closes one or two rubber band s around the internal hemorrhoid to cut off blood flow, causing hemorrhoid to dry out and fall off within a few days.

This process is effective in many people. Closing hemorrhoid with a rubber band ligation method can be painful and lead to bleeding that begins 2 to 4 days after the procedure but rarely worsens.

Injection (sclerotherapy)

internal hemorrhoid

internal hemorrhoid

In this process, the doctor injects a chemical solution called sclerosing into the hemorrhoidal tissue to shrink and shrink the tissue.

Although the injection is associated with minor pain, it is less effective than closing the plastic ring.

Infrared Coagulation

These techniques use lasers, infrared rays, or heat which lead to the hardening of the small internal hemorrhoids that cause bleeding. Although the method of coagulation has few side effects, the rate of recurrence of hemorrhoids in this method is more than the treatment method by closing the rubber band.

How to get rid of Hemorrhoid with Surgery:

If the rest of the process is not successful or if the person has major hemorrhoids, your doctor will recommend surgery.

The surgeon can perform surgery on an outpatient basis, or in some cases, a person will need to be hospitalized overnight.

It is a safe and final way to get rid of the pain and discomfort of hemorrhoids.

Hemorrhoid surgery is the last and definitive way to treat hemorrhoids! In some people, other methods of following a healthy diet and lifestyle changes and using over-the-counter medications are not enough to treat hemorrhoids.

Their hemorrhoids have reached a point where they can no longer be cured with these methods.

And for definitive treatment of hemorrhoids, they need medical procedures that require hospitalization and anesthesia.

There are many medical procedures to reduce and eliminate hemorrhoids, such as laser treatment in a doctor’s office.

Although this treatment is associated with less damage and complications.

The best way to treat long-term hemorrhoids is to use surgery.

Hemorrhoid surgery can be a safe and effective solution.

Especially when the hemorrhoids are larger and more painful and are accompanied by bleeding.

hemorrhoid

hemorrhoid

Types of hemorrhoidectomy

  • Closed Hemorrhoidectomy:

Surgeons are mostly operating Closed hemorrhoidectomy on internal hemorrhoids.

In this procedure, the hemorrhoid is cut using a sharp instrument such as a small scalpel, scissors, electrocautery, or even a laser, and then repaired using absorbable thread.

Typically, specialists can treat all three hemorrhoids at the same time.

Postoperative care includes frequent sitting baths, mild painkillers, and avoiding constipation. Closed hemorrhoidectomy is successful in 95% of cases.

  • Open Hemorrhoidectomy:

In an open hemorrhoidectomy, surgeons will remove the hemorrhoidal tissues in the same way as in the closed procedure.

Except that the surgical incision is made on the left side and opens.

This may be the case when the location of the hemorrhoid is not appropriate, or the wound may be difficult to close, or the risk of infection after surgery may be high.

Specialists are usually using a combination of open and closed methods for treatment.

hemorrhoid

hemorrhoid

  • Stapler hemorrhoidectomy (prolapse and hemorrhoid surgery – PPH):

Stapler hemorrhoidectomy is the latest treatment for internal hemorrhoids.

Maybe we know this method by several names, including Longo’s procedure.

Which we are using for prolapse and hemorrhoids (Procedure for Prolapse and Hemorrhoids (PPH)).

surgeons are mainly using stapler hemorrhoidectomy in patients with grade III and IV hemorrhoids.

And in patients whose treatment should be performed with minimal failure.

Studies have shown that in hemorrhoidectomy with stapler pain is less postoperative.

And it has a faster recovery than conventional surgery but the condition may return at a faster rate.

hope to find this article helpful about how to get rid of hemorrhoid.

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Author: Maryam Shiani

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