Archives for May 2012

Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy – What To Do About It

Getting hemorrhoids during pregnancy or from delivery is a very common occurrence that many women unfortunately experience. Soon to be mothers that experience this for the first time in their lives may be surprised to discover they have hemorrhoids.  However, there is nothing to fear or worry about.  Hemorrhoids affect millions of people each year and can be easily treated. Usually they are just bothersome more than anything else. Why Hemorrhoids Occur During Pregnancy? To understand why … [Read more...]

Hem-Relief Review

Sufferers looking for hemorrhoid relief, may want to consider taking Hem-Relief from Western Herbal. The medicine works to repair and strengthen damaged vascular tissue associated with hemorrhoids.  It is taken orally as a pill, so it treats both internal and external hemorrhoids.  It also treats the common hemorrhoids symptoms such as pain, itching, bleeding, and swelling. For immediate relief, it is recommended to take 3 capsules 3 times per day until the symptoms are gone.  Once the … [Read more...]

Prolapsed Hemorrhoids

In simple terms, a prolapsed hemorrhoid is an internal hemorrhoid that has slipped down from within the anal canal and is protruding out of the anus.  They are classified as either 2nd, 3rd, or 4th degree hemorrhoids. 2nd Degree Hemorrhoids:  These are a common type of internal hemorrhoids that usually prolapse during bowel movements, but retract inside the anal canal on their own.  They also may at times bleed (but not always). 3rd Degree Hemorrhoids:  These hemorrhoids prolapse, but they … [Read more...]

How to Cure Bleeding Hemorrhoids

Blood on your toilet paper or stools? If so, there is a very good chance that bleeding hemorrhoids are the cause.  There is no need to panic, however, as this is a common hemorrhoids symptom. Even so, it should be noted that if the bleeding persists or if there is an excessive amount of blood, you should definitely see your doctor as this could be due to other ailments such as colon cancer, polyps, and colitis. The good news is that bleeding hemorrhoids are generally not serious and can … [Read more...]