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Get Rid of Hemorrhoidal Pain

Updated on May 28, 2010


Are you experiencing the painful symptoms and excruciating pain of hemorrhoids? A lot of people do, however, they don't know what they are. Hemorrhoids are painfully swollen and inflamed veins situated in the rectum and anal area. They can be classified into two, either external – those found on the outside of the rectum or internal – those found inside the rectum.

Hemorrhoids are the most common medical condition that affects a lot of people from all age levels, gender and also race. According to surveys, more or less half the population of the United States will have had hemorrhoids when they reach the age of 50. But a lot of people keep that truth a secret and just continue to suffer unnecessarily and silently because they are too embarrassed to seek treatment or relief.

Hemorrhoids are also named as piles. The symptoms of hemorrhoids can vary from mild and moderate to severe.The symptoms of hemorrhoids may  include:

* Irritation and pain in the anal and rectum

* Bright red blood smeared on stool or if not, in toilet bowl after each bowel movements

* area around the anal itches

* Extreme burning sensation around the anal area

Be Hemorrhoid Free

The symptoms of hemorrhoid can affect an individual's daily life. For those suffering from this uncomfortable and painful condition, there are treatments available so you can find relief from this debilitating condition. Over the counter creams, ointments as well as suppositories can immensely help with the burning and itching condition. It s also advisable to soak in warm tubs of water for around 15-20 minutes 3 or 4 times daily. This can help keep the area around the anus or rectum clean and it can also provide some relief as well.

There are also all natural products that are offered in both tablet and ointment forms that have already been tested and proven to be very effective in removing hemorrhoid symptoms. In fact, in various cases, these all natural products are said to also provide relief with even the most severe conditions of hemorrhoids.

Not anyone need suffer from hemorrhoid pain. There are various methods available to help. Look for a treatment that will work for you and start living life normally.


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