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iconHemroids Treatment User Guide 7 2.0

The following topics are types of hemroids treatment. While there are many different types of hemroids treatment only some are meant for internal while others are meant for external use.

Internal Hemroids Treatment

Astringents ? These combine the proteins of the surface skin cells. This tends to shrink the tissue and create a small layer of protection. They are good for helping reduce the pain of hemorrhoids as well as the swelling. Usually you can use these products up to 6 times a day to reduce your symptoms.

Protectants - Products that contain these will lower swelling as well as create a small protective layer to reduce the pain. Some of the types of protectants that you can find for your hemroids treatment are coco butter, aluminum hydroxide gel, and mineral oil. These can be used internally or externally as well.

Vasoconstrictors - Vasoconstrictors can help constrain your blood vessels to reduce and prevent swelling. They also help relieve symptoms such as irritation. Check with your doctor before using vasoconstrictors for hemroids treatment as they can harm patients with certain diseases such as diabetes.

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External Hemroids Treatment

Anesthetics ? Anesthetics are a great hemroids treatment as they help reduce symptoms such as burning, itching, pain, and irritation by temporarily numbing your nerves. The most effective place to apply anesthetics..
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