The Dangers of Do-It-Yourself Hemorrhoid Treatments
There’s a time and a place for “Do It Yourself” solutions, and it’s typically inversely proportional to the urgency of the issue. The more pressing the concern, the more important it is to have a professional take care of it for you.
DIY projects like building a birdhouse or painting your bathroom can be manageable, and if something goes wrong the consequences are pretty negligible. DIY hemorrhoid treatments, on the other hand, have more serious ramifications if not treated properly.
One of the concerns with DIY Hemorrhoid treatments is they’re short term solutions that only focus on the symptoms and do nothing to address the actual medical component of hemorrhoids.
Some of the currently recommended DIY hemorrhoid remedies can be dubious at best and dangerous at worst. A quick search for DIY hemorrhoid treatments brings up a series of list-based articles, with “treatments” that recommend ice, butcher’s broom, and even potatoes. While some natural products, like aloe vera, witch hazel, and coconut oil, may provide some temporary relief of the symptoms, they won’t do anything to cure your hemorrhoids and in some cases, may make things worse in the long run.
Medical treatments aren’t something you should choose based on the same site that shows you how to make beeswax candles and bento lunch kits. Instead of DIY, consult with a trained medical professional to learn about effective medical treatments for your hemorrhoids, such as the pain-free CRH O’Regan System.
Hemorrhoids often do not go away on their own, and left untreated, they can become worse over time. For effective, pain-free, and permanent relief of your hemorrhoids, a doctor-administered treatment, such as the patented CRH O’Regan System, is what’s required.
The CRH O’Regan System is a banding treatment that effectively treats your hemorrhoids without surgery or recovery time. It takes less than a minute to perform, and is over 99% effective.
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Posted on June 9, 2015 in Treatment
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