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Thrombosed Hemorrhoids Treatment

Updated on March 16, 2011

How I Ended the Itching and Burning

If you’re reading this, then I assume you’re in the same boat I was.  It was only recently that I found treatment for my thrombosed hemorrhoids, and I am very pleased to say that I haven’t suffered a recurrence since.  I’m not going to lie, some of the ideas for treatment of hemorrhoids in this book are great, but others seem a little out there for me. Click here to see the book reviewed.

I’ve been a chronic hemorrhoids sufferer for quite some time now – almost fifteen years to be exact.  You could check underneath my sink up until several months ago and find everything from Preparation H cooling gel to Tucks pads.  These were my life savior whenever I suffered from the unbelievable pain and bleeding associated with my hemorrhoids.

I must admit, they were really painful most of the time.  I remember sitting on the toilet thinking to myself that I might rather be dead at that point in time than to have to push stool through my already horribly painful bottom area.

My hemorrhoids would pop out at the first sign of even the slightest constipation.  By then, the constipation was already setting in, so by the time I could take an over-the-counter stool softener or fiber supplement, it was too late.  Those pills or drinks usually take at least twelve hours to work on me.

Creams, gels, suppositories, witch hazel pads, and my own fingers were means of alleviating my hemorrhoid symptoms.  It was only until the next bathroom visit that the burning pain would subside temporarily.  The pain was bad with my prolapsed internal hemorrhoids, but worsened greatly when they became thrombosed.  That really hurt – probably comparable to natural birth pain when I had to go to the bathroom.

I hated the thought of surgery or in-office procedures to cure my hemorrhoids, but there was one time that I just couldn’t deal with it anymore.  My hemorrhoids had been bothering me for over a week at that point in time.  I visited with the proctologist after consulting with my regular doctor in order to find out what treatment for my thrombosed hemorrhoids would be best.  He suggested the rubber bad ligation, but by the time I was supposed to see him again for the procedure, my hemorrhoids had shrunk.

Thank goodness.  I really did not want to deal with the pain and risks associated with any type of hemorrhoidal procedure.  Plus, where my job requires me to sit for lengthy periods of time, this seemed like it could’ve been hell for me.

Of course, the hemorrhoids came back.  Once again, I felt the pain, discomfort, itching, burning, and bleeding.  I wanted to get rid of my hemorrhoids for good, but I knew that the current methods I was using were only temporary fixes.  It wasn’t until I found the “H Miracle” book that I finally saw a light at the end of the tunnel.

This book promises a natural cure for your hemorrhoids.  By a cure I mean that your hemorrhoids are not supposed to come back.  After reading the testimonials on the site, I believed what I was reading, and bought the book.

It’s the best purchase I’ve ever made.  Since buying the book almost six months ago, I have not experienced any sort of set back.  My hemorrhoids went away in a very short time of trying these treatments, and I haven’t seen them since.  I am hoping that I never have to deal with the pain and bleeding again.  I don’t think I’ll ever have to.

This book said it could shrink your hemorrhoids in only 3 days and it did.  I couldn’t believe it either.  When you’re suffering horribly, you always want the pain to end as quickly as possible.  Plus, now I learned a few techniques for eliminating my hemorrhoids entirely.  No more thrombosed hemorrhoids for me.  I finally think this is good riddance for good!  I won’t miss them.


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