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Hemorroids after Gallbladder removed?
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Hemorroids after Gallbladder removed?

I just had my gallbladder removed two days ago.  I now have a huge hemorroid that is very painful.  Is this caused from the pressure of the gas that they put in you during sugery?  I am going to the Dr. tomm. but wondered what they may do about it.  I am on a perscription cream for it now.
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Hemorroids can be prevented and sometimes very fast cured by following tropical discipline:  Never use paper but clean yourself with cold water with your fingers as deep as you can.  The colder the water, the better.  Scrub your (left) hand afterwards, or use a surgical glove.  95% of the pregnant woman in North America suffer from this, especially in the last two month of there pregnancy. If they start this, most of them will be cured within a week. Barend.
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