Hemorrhoids are swollen and inflamed veins around the anus or in the lower rectum. Discuss topics including external vs. internal hemorrhoids, hemorrhoid bleeding, hemorrhoid creams, symptoms and treatments for hemorrhoids.
I have tried everything sitz baths, using bag balm in and around that area, I have tried tucks pads ion the hemmorhoids and I have tried everything nothing is working well the problem is I can't just go to the store and buy preparation h because I am in an independent supported living program for people with disabilities and their rules are even for something as simple as triple antibiotic ointment for when you get a cut I have to get a prescription from the doctor just for that so does anybody have any ideas on what I can try that is a natural remedy to help with the pain? I can't take it anymore it hurts so bad. On top of that I am having really bad gas pains even after passing gas what can I do that is a natural remedy for that? Please get back with me on these problems as soon as possible!
The pain in the anus can be due to fissures, hemorrhoids or due to infection. It could also be due to an abscess. Infected piles is another possibility. At times such a pain is due to compression of spinal nerves. Infection with herpes simplex virus can also be another cause. You need to consult a colorectal surgeon. If hemorrhoids alone is the cause of pain and they do not respond to conventional therapy, they need to be excised. Also, Excess wind or gas can be due to swallowing more air, chemical reactions in digestion, more of sulfites in diet producing hydrogen sulfide gas (juices, molasses, yellow dye in ready made food stuffs, and red wine), inflammatory bowel disorder, food with high sugar content, food allergies, food poisoning, and certain food items (cabbage, raddish, peas beans etc ) produce more amount of gas. So, if this is reduced, pain due to passing gas will reduce.
Please consult your doctor. Take care!
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