Hemorrhoids are masses of tissue within the anal canal that contain blood vessels and supporting tissues…
Endoscopic image of hemorrhoids seen on retroflexion of the flexible sigmoidoscope at the ano-rectal junction. Released into public domain on permission of patient. Please keep disclaimer on. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Although in each person, for some these hemorrhoidal cushions enlarge and cause problems. When hemorrhoids cushion starts at the top of the anal canal, is known as an internal hemorrhoid. Although some people may not experience symptoms, the most common is the bright red blood. If you are suffering from internal hemorrhoids you may be wondering what treatment options are, due to the fact that hemorrhoids can be caused by the strain, many doctors suggest the increased consumption of fiber and water as part of a good treatment for this condition. This can help soften stool and reduce the voltage. It is often suggested not to use laxatives or use them in moderation., Liquid stool can also irritate the delicate hemorrhoidal tissues and cause more problems rather than treat them.
Your doctor may also suggest the use of a topical ointment containing hydrocortisone. This will help relieve the itching of internal hemorrhoids, while providing the necessary treatment. Ointments containing calamine and zinc oxide are also typically suggested for use. Importantly, none of its ingredients has earned the FDA approved the internal use to ease the most common symptoms of hemorrhoids. You can also combine the treatment of internal hemorrhoids ointment with a shield, this will help alleviate swelling and prevent water loss by creating a protective layer on the skin. Are suggested protective agents such as lanolin, aluminum hydroxide gel or mineral oil.
If your symptoms persist or get worse for seven days is recommended that you have to contact your doctor. There are several office procedures that can be used favorably, depending on the severity there are options such as rubber band ligation, laser coagulation or cryotherapy. Sometimes a haemorrhoid prolapse becomes internal and therefore the need arises for a particular treatment.
A prolapsed hemorrhoid is an internal protruding from the anus is usually painless, can recede over time, otherwise you should see your doctor.
Fortunately there are options available for a safe and gentle treatment of internal hemorrhoids, but it is very important to detect early symptoms to identify what type of hemorrhoid is acquired. In some cases we find other conditions that also require attention in order to stop the spread of the disease.