Hemroids treatment using a hemroid cream

Hemroids treatment

Hemroids treatment it’s so necessary because in most of piles disease people must endure Hemroids treatment using a hemroid creamnot only a great discomfort, but often a severe pain. In the other hand, it’s a fact that untreated hemroids (internal hemroids or external hemroids), hemroids bleeding or other piles disease can conduct to other disease and complications. As a former hemroid sufferer, I recommend to all an amazing hemroid treatment: H Miracle from Holly Hayden!

Hemroid cream

Using a hemroid cream can be a simple and useful method in hemroids treatment. When we know the hemroid symptoms and we have a correct identification of a piles disease, we can use a hemroid cream to cure pilesHemroids Treatment with hemroid cream and suppositories

A hemroid cream can be successfully used especially in the early stages of formation of piles. Use a hemroid cream for external hemroids and hemorrhoidal suppositories for internal hemroids. And don’t forget: ask your doctor first!

Hemroids bleeding and internal hemroids

Proverb

Hemroids bleeding are like still waters but deep

Still waters are deep waters.

Hemroids bleeding

Like in the proverb above, hemroids bleeding can be considered a “deep waters” from a hemroid point of view or in hemroids cure. In most cases, if someone have only a piles disease, and I refer here particularly to internal hemroids, the hemroids bleeding can be observed in small quantities on the toilet paper or on the stool. The symptoms of hemroids can also include pain, itching and skin irritation, all of this producing a real discomfort. But the rectal bleeding disease require a special attention. Like I said in the post relate to what are hemroids, everyone must see her doctor whenever he have severe rectal pain or bleeding.

Internal hemroids

Internal hemroids, as you can read in another post below that relate to hemroids symptoms, can be less painful than external hemroids, but sometimes they can hide a lot of big problems, because we tend to not consider some things we can not see. Even just for this reason, but in order to cure hemroids and eliminate them, we must follow a hemroid treatment. I recommend for that H Miracle from Holly Hayden, a hemroid treatment that helped me, like other thousand people. And don’t forget, the best hemroid treatment is prevention, in order to eliminate piles disease forever!

Hemroid symptoms. Internal hemroids. External hemroids.

Hemroid symptoms

There are two types of hemroids: internal hemroids and external hemroids. The two types get their names from the set of hemorrhoidal veins they affect and the place where they are located. Hemroid symptoms - Internal hemroids and external hemroids

Like most rectal diseases, physicians diagnose hemroids by inspecting the anal area with a gloved finger, and looking inside the anal canal with a small short scope (named “anoscope”). If there is rectal bleeding, it is important that a physician also checks for other more dangerous causes of bleeding, such as colorectal cancer. This evaluation is usually done with a long flexible telescope (named “flexible sigmoidoscopy” or “colonoscopy”).

Internal hemroids

Internal hemroids are located within the anal cavity. Because this hemorrhoids are somewhat protected within the body, they don’t exhibit as many symptoms as external hemroids and they are less painful. They can be recognize by:

  • rectal bleeding
  • discomfort
  • pain
  • itching
  • skin irritation

Whereas the anal cushion of an internal hemroid continues to enlarge, it swells into the anal canal. It may even pull down a part of the lining of the rectum above, and bring out from the anus. This situation is referred to as a prolapsing internal hemroid.

In the anal canal, the internal hemroids can be affected to the passing stool, especially hard stools associated with constipation. The trauma can cause rectal bleeding or hemroids bleeding, discomfort and pain when stool passes. The rectal lining that has been pulled down secretes mucus and moistens the anus and the surrounding skin. Stool also can leak onto the anal skin. The presence of stool and constant moisture can lead to anal itching and skin irritation. The prolapsing hemroids usually return into the rectum on its own or can be pushed back inside, but they will prolapse again with the next bowel movement.

External hemroids

External hemroids is easier to recognize because they can be visually seen or felt as a small bump located near the anal opening. The typical symptoms of hemroids are:

  • rectal pain
  • bleeding
  • itching

External hemroids usually can cause few of the symptoms that are typical of internal hemroids. This is because, as shown in the image above, they are located low in the anal canal and have little effect on the function of the anus. External hemroids can cause problems, however, when blood clots inside them. This is referred to as thrombosis. Thrombosis of an external hemroids causes an anal lump that is very painful (because the area is supplied by somatic nerves) and often requires medical attention. The thrombosed hemroid may heal with scarring and leave a tag of skin brought out from the anus. Sometimes, the tag is large, which can make anal hygiene difficult or irritate the anus.

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