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External Hemorrhoids

External Hemorrhoids

External hemorrhoids form as bulges or bumps around the anus and develop when too much pressure is put on the rectal veins and the tissue around the anus becomes swollen. Over time, external hemorrhoids can become increasingly irritating, causing frequent itching, swelling and pain. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to soothe symptoms at home, as well as affordable hemorrhoid treatments, such as the CRH O’Regan System, that can help get rid of external hemorrhoids altogether.

Some of the initial symptoms indicating you may have external hemorrhoids include a nagging, itchy feeling around the anal area, swelling, and pain. If left untreated, the condition could turn into a thrombosed hemorrhoid, or a large and very painful bulge containing clotted blood. Many people with external hemorrhoids, also have internal hemorrhoids which can cause bleeding. This is why it’s so important to talk to your doctor if you suspect that you have hemorrhoids. External hemorrhoids rarely pose a serious health threat, but with the proper treatment, you could avoid some very painful flare-ups in the future.

Some of the most common causes of hemorrhoids include pregnancy, constipation, diarrhea or heavy weight lifting. Unfortunately, once a hemorrhoid has formed, it may not go away on its own. You can treat hemorrhoid symptoms using over-the-counter topical creams, or natural remedies like witch hazel and apple cider vinegar. It’s also possible to decrease your chance of recurring symptoms by eating a healthy, fiber-rich diet and drinking plenty of liquids. However, while at-home treatments and positive lifestyle changes may reduce hemorrhoid flare-ups, they likely won’t fully go away without a professional treatment and the supervision of an experienced gastroenterologist. 

For more information about external hemorrhoids and treatment options, talk to your doctor. Be sure to discuss the CRH O’Regan System – the easiest and most effective solution for removing hemorrhoids.

 

 

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