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Having hemorrhoids too often

Hello guys, I am a 18 year old that gets waaaay to often a hemorrhoid on his rectum.  Can you guys maybe tell me why this is happening? Or give any tips on getting it less often?

Thank you for all your help!!
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Sorry to hear that is going on.  What are you doing to help with this?  Please consult with your doctor for guidance but also, these things can help.  Eat high fiber food, use a topical treatment, soak regularly in a warm bath or sitz bath, and take a pain reliever such as Tylenol or motrin.  https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hemorrhoids/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20360280 Let us know how you are doing.  
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Sara is right except for the Tylenol, don’t take any pain reliever, keep hydrated with WATER not beer, soda or any other crap. DONT eat a lot of processed food like cold cuts, white bread, crackers n cookies. DO EAT high fiber fruits n Vegetables and foods high in omega3 like wild Alaskan salmon. Opioid Pain killers can cause hemorrhoids, so can weight lifting as can many other activities of youth. Most importantly see you doctor.  in the mean time get some witch hazel and put it on a cotton ball and tuck it between your cheeks against the hemorrhoid but not inside you body, leave it for about 10 to 15 minutes it will shrink them temporarily and relieve itching.
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