How to Cure Bleeding Hemorrhoids

bleeding hemorrhoidsBlood 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 many times be treated effectively using common hemorrhoid treatments.

Hemorrhoids are often described as clumps of tissue inside the anal canal that contain blood vessels, which have expanded and become swollen.  They can form inside the anal canal, known as internal hemorrhoids, or around the opening of the anus, known as external hemorrhoids.  Both internal and external hemorrhoids may bleed at times and it is possible for a person to have both types at the same time.  However, the bleeding is usually associated with internal hemorrhoids.

With internal hemorrhoids, you may see bright red streaks of blood either on the toilet paper or the stool itself right after a bowel movement.  As you pass stools, especially hard stools, from the rectum through the anal canal, it can irritate the hemorrhoid and cause bleeding and sometimes pain.

Treating Bleeding Hemorrhoids

There are many different ways one can treat bleeding hemorrhoids.  However, no matter which treatment one chooses, it is important to first minimize further irritation of the hemorrhoid(s) by making sure the stools are soft.  Constipation and hard stools are one of the leading causes of hemorrhoids and can cause further irritation and bleeding.   Therefore, to soften one’s stools, it is important to have enough fiber in the diet and drink plenty of water or fluids.  For further information on how diet can help cure your hemorrhoids, click here.

If you are looking for a quick home treatment, then the H-Miracle System would be your best option.  It is the #1 home remedy treatment for hemorrhoids.  It uses all natural methods and recipes that target your specific symptoms, like stopping bleeding hemorrhoids.  It also works for both internal and external hemorrhoids.

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Another popular treatment for bleeding hemorrhoids is Venapro Hemorrhoid Relief Formula.  Venapro is a two part system that comes with a colon supplement and an oral spray.  The colon supplement helps with your digestive system and the softening of your stools while the spray helps alleviate your hemorrhoid symptoms.  Together they treat and prevent the formation of both internal and external hemorrhoids.

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If the hemorrhoids are serious and bleeding a lot, you may want to consider getting some kind of surgical treatment done.  There are various surgical procedures now available and they are typically very effective.  The main drawbacks, however, are some of them can be quite painful and they are more expensive than other forms of treatment.  Fortunately, surgery can usually be averted by using the two treatments previously mentioned, but in some cases surgery is necessary.  If you think your hemorrhoids call for surgery, then speak to your doctor.  You may also learn more about hemorrhoid surgery by clicking here.

As with any kind of hemorrhoid, not just bleeding hemorrhoids, it is a good idea to practice healthy bowel habits, eat correctly, and take prevention measures.  Click here to learn more about preventing hemorrhoids.

Understand that hemorrhoids affect millions of people each year.  If you do have them and they are bleeding, it is nothing abnormal or anything to fear.  They are generally just bothersome more than anything else.  The main thing is to act fast so that they do not become worse and require drastic measures like surgery.  Oftentimes, if the hemorrhoid is small, it will eventually go away on its own.  Nonetheless, it is prudent to take prevention measures as well as use some kind of treatment.  The last thing you want is to have a hemorrhoid that could have been treated early on to prolapse (this is when an internal hemorrhoid slips down and hangs out of the anus) and have to have surgery.  That would be more painful and more expensive.

 

“Now I have no pain. Wow!”

bleeding hemorrhoidsHear Kristi after she used a natural hemorrhoid treatment:

I have had internal bleeding hemorrhoids from pregnancy and the over the counter stuff has just made it so much more worse (prep H and stool softeners – what the Doc recommended). [This system] stopped the bleeding and …. now I have no pain. Wow!

Thanks,
Kristi H.

>> Click to see how Kristi Got Rid of Her Bleeding Hemorrhoids <<

 

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