Shrinking Hemorrhoid and Treating Anal Fissures
Patients who experience rectal bleeding will find ways to shrink hemorrhoids. However, we should understand the symptoms, causes, and conditions before looking for treatments. Rectal bleeding can be caused by hemorrhoids and anal fissures. Both conditions are very painful, so the sufferer usually couldn’t tell the difference.
The anal fissure is a simple tear or cut in the anus. It is caused by straining during hard stools or constipation. In some cases, diarrhea can even cause the same problem. Patients feel the pain during defecation as the fissure is stretched.
Most fissures could be healed without surgery. Increase your fiber intake and drink plenty of water to soften your stools. As long as you have smooth bowel movements, you can prevent the fissure from recurring.
A warm bath might help relieve the irritation and pain. Sitting in the warm water for 15 minutes twice a day could bring great relief. You should always keep the area clean by using baby wipes or pads soaked in witch hazel.
Hemorrhoids have become a very common health problem. It is caused by an enlarged or swollen vein in the anal area. Similar to anal fissure, hemorrhoids develop due to prolonged stress on the lower end. In general, there are internal and external hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoids are not painful, but they still cause bleeding. When the internal hemorrhoid has prolapsed, it can become external, which is painful and annoying.
Hemorrhoids can be helped with anal fissures using the same method. Additional fiber intake, drinking more water, warm baths, and cleansing can help shrink hemorrhoids. Read more about that by clicking the link.
Although there are numerous medications, you need to understand your condition in order to look for the right medication. It is recommended to consult a doctor or healthcare professional in case of rectal bleeding.
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