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Scoping Out The Hemorrhoid Cure To Relieve Discomfort And Pain

Author : Mario Cora

Hemorrhoids which are also known as piles cause a lot of discomfort to the individuals who suffer from them. That's why it's important to find relief from the right hemorrhoid cure. It's almost like a vicious circle that makes sufferers afraid to sit or afraid to the bathroom.

That means that hemorrhoids interfere with life in so many different ways. For anyone working behind a desk, it's even worse. The truth is, at least 75% of the population will suffer from these at some point in their lives. So, relieving the symptoms is the first thing that needs to be tackled. The first recommendation is to always keep the area clean. So, after a bowel movement, a shower is recommended.

To relieve some of the symptoms of each flareup, an over-the-counter ointment is recommended. There are different types available and therefore one should read the manufacturers' directions and follow them accordingly. These work in different ways. For one thing, they relax the tissue, thereby shrinking the hemorrhoids. They can also heal the damaged tissue. As well, they also act as a lubricant. So, they facilitate bowel movements and alleviate some of the pain involved. However, these are not cures. They only treat the symptoms.

Another treatment to relieve symptoms of piles is inserting a suppository into the rectum. This will moisturize the pile and lubricate the area, simplifying and providing more comfort with the next bowel movement.

Depending on the severity of the condition, cryotherapy or surgery might be recommended by your physician. If all else fails, then it should be something to consider in order to return to some form of normalcy once again. It is however important to try the other options before getting to the last resort of surgery.

However, before resorting to those last option, try increasing the amount of fiber in your diet. Fiber can facilitate bowel movements as long as it is increased gradually and with a good amount of water. Without drinking enough water or fluids, this could backfire and caused more constipation. Fiber can be found in legumes, fresh fruit and vegetables. On the other hand, it's also important to reduce consumption of constipating foods like rice.

Just as diet is important, so too is exercise. Try walking or running which will definitely get the digestive system working more normally. As well, try exercises much like the Kegel exercises used with the recovery stages of postpartum, which target the pelvic floor muscles.

After having said all that, it's important for people to understand that not every treatment is the right one for everyone. As we are all individuals, different things will work for different people. However, trying a variety of symptom relievers could lead to curing hemorrhoids. Because of the pain that is involved as well as the discomfort, trying all suggestions is a good way to go.

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