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Do Hemorrhoids Go Away?

Do Hemorrhoids Go Away?

Do you really need to treat your hemorrhoids? The answer is yes. Left untreated, hemorrhoids often get worse over time – and therefore harder to treat. This means that a hemorrhoid that could easily be banded today could eventually require surgery. If you’re wondering whether to pursue treatment or leave your body to heal naturally, the reality is that you should immediately pursue treatment.

Here are 3 reasons you should not wait to pursue treatment:

  1. It may take a long time. Of course, it will take a long time for your body to heal itself naturally. Especially if you’re dealing with an external hemorrhoid or a more complicated gastrointestinal condition.
  2. It may hurt immensely. Leaving a hemorrhoid untreated for prolonged amounts of time is a painful choice. End of story.
  3. You may get other infections. Your body may not be able to repair itself and protect other areas of your gastrointestinal system from worsened infection.

In addition, some people experience hemorrhoid-like symptoms when they actually have a more serious underlying gastrointestinal condition.

If you have experienced reoccurring bouts with hemorrhoids, your hemorrhoids likely won’t go away on their own. If you’re unsure if you have hemorrhoids, consult with your doctor to get an accurate diagnosis and see if you should have a colon cancer screening, or a colonoscopy. Typically, adults over the age of 50 should get one at least every 10 years, or more frequently if your family has a history of GI issues.

Do Hemorrhoids Go Away with the CRH O’Regan System?

The answer is YES. Treatment with the CRH O’Regan System often leads to immediate symptom relief and the procedure itself is painless.

Don’t keep wondering if your hemorrhoids will go away on their own. Find a physician and have your hemorrhoids treated immediately.

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