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    Hemorrhoids Treatment: H-Bleeding Hemorrhoids Relief for Internal, External, Thrombose Bleeding Hemorrhoids 11ml Formula
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    • Easy to apply with no side effects and no skin irritation
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    Dr. Cole's Hemorrhoid Treatment. Organic Herbal Ointment for Hemorrhoid Relief. Natural Remedy for all types of Internal and External, Hemorrhoids. Soothes Itching, Swelling & Pain. Safe for all ages.
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    • WHY IT IS BETTER: All of Dr. Cole's products are formulated with organic, wildcrafted ingredients and essential oils from nature that are not harmful to the body, yet, very effective for the numbing and shrinking of hemorrhoids. SEE INGREDIENT LIST IN THE PHOTOS ABOVE OR IN THE DESCRIPTION BELOW.
    • WHAT IT IS: Dr. Cole's Herbal Hemorrhoid Treatment was created by a Naturopathic doctor after 20 years of successfully working with patients suffering from thrombosis, bleeding fissures, pregnancy piles and extreme swelling of the anus or rectum. After years of experience, she discovered that employing a natural, Ayurvedic approach towards healing hemorrhoids was more effective than using medications, suppositories or other pharmaceutical products that are toxic to the human body.
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    • INSIDE THE PACKAGE: (1) A metal tin with twist off cap: easy to use. (2) An instruction booklet: explains how to use the hemorrhoid ointment properly, and how Dr. Cole's hemorrhoid related products work together. (3) A free sample of the Constipation Balm: an opportunity to try a remedy for one of the main causes of hemorrhoids. (4) Product Discount Codes: purchase any of Dr. Cole's hemorrhoid related products at a discount.
    • PROBLEM: Conventional formulations for hemorrhoids, that contain synthetic compounds or chemicals, can destroy delicate anal tissue and cause toxic reactions over time. SOLUTION: Use only organic or wildcrafted ingredients whenever possible to protect your body and support its ability to heal itself, as nature intended it to do.

Try home remedies to treat painful hemorrhoids

You can have hemorrhoids without any symptoms. But hemorrhoids can also have very unpleasant symptoms — rectal headache, itching, soiling and bleeding. Hemorrhoids are rarely dangerous, however, and there are many treatment options. Hemorrhoid symptoms

Ventrus Reports Online Publication Of Prior Phase 2b Study Utilizing Iferanserin

(RTTNews.com) - Ventrus BioSciences Inc. (VTUS) announced the online magazine of the prior Phase 2b study utilizing iferanserin or VEN 309, its blockbuster investigational drug for the treatment of symptomatic hemorrhoids, in the peer reviewed journal

Ask Dr. K: Try home remedies to treat painful hemorrhoids

You can have hemorrhoids without any symptoms. But hemorrhoids can also have very unpleasant symptoms — rectal vexation, itching, soiling and bleeding. Hemorrhoids are rarely dangerous, however, and there are many treatment options. Hemorrhoid symptoms

10 Home Remedies For Hemorrhoids

10 Home Remedies For Hemorrhoids Restate this 2-4 times daily. This shall relieve the burning and the bleeding. While we're hoping our tabulation of home remedies for hemorrhoids are handy, remember that if not treated in time, piles might get thrombosed, strangulated or infected.

'Dr. Google' made me worry about colon cancer. Did I overreact?

“Probably hemorrhoids,” she said.

Kim calmed me down a bit, evidently having picked up the art of a good bedside (or phone-side) manner at Temple University’s medical school. She noted that colon cancer was uncommon, and that I had no family history of it. And my weight loss was not especially dramatic or sudden.

Physicians have long been accustomed to their patients consulting online symptom-checkers before picking up the phone, a phenomenon some refer to as “asking Dr. Google” or, in extreme cases, cyberchondria. One in three Americans has gone online to diagnose a medical condition, according to a 2013 survey by the Pew Research Center.

A brief word about sources: If you go online in search of health information, stick with quality. ( U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , good. Gwyneth Paltrow’s “Goop” site, bad.)

But even with good information, patients can lead themselves astray. In surveys, some doctors have said that these online quests can interfere with care , causing needless anxiety, and they lament any time they must spend on combating misinformation. Others say it is a good starting point for the doctor-patient interaction.

Bleeding Hemorrhoids Treatments - How to Stop?

What kinds of Treatment are available for Bleeding Hemorrhoids?


If your bleeding hemorrhoids are not severe, then you will most likely not need surgery of any kind. If that is the case, you might want to consider some of the natural solutions on our best hemorrhoid treatments page


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Bleeding hemorrhoid most common treatment?

My husband has a hemmorhoid (External,i believe) and it has gotten a small slit in the middle that is bleeding. I am taking him to the doctor tomorrow, but was wondering can anyone give me a good idea of what to expect there.Especially what kind of treatment


Prevent further damage on his external anal sphincter by:
*avoiding constipation (eat fiber rich foods such as oat meal, drink extra fluid such as water and prune juice)
*avoid foods that may cause constipation
*avoid straining during


Personally. I would have it removed. Especially if it's causing any discomfort. If it's not too bad and it's external, I believe the doctor can remove it right in the office.


Prevent further damage on his external anal sphincter by:
*avoiding constipation (eat fiber rich foods such as oat meal, drink extra fluid such as water and prune juice)
*avoid foods that may cause constipation
*avoid straining during