Itching, pain and burning are the main symptoms of hemorrhoids. The amount of pain really depends on how bad the hemorrhoids are, but regardless of how small or big your hemorrhoids symptoms are it is advised that you deal with the problem right away. Hemorrhoids are not life-threatening but as you may or may not have already experienced, living with hemorrhoids is not fun... it's uncomfortable and just plain painful... not to mention embarrassing!
The worst part is that hemorrhoids usually don't go away on their own, so it's a good idea to treat hemmorrhoids as soon as you dicover them. The sooner they are detected and delt with and treated the better.
What Causes Hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids are usually caused by big pressure forced upon the rectum or anus often from (but not limited to) constipation, heavy lifting, and remaining seated for very long periods of time. These things can all put stress on the rectal/anal area and cause veins to bulge. These bulging veins in the rectal area are what hemorrhoids are. When someone who has developed hemorrhoids goes to the bathroom or sits down, their condition is further aggravated and inflamed. As you can imagine this can be very frustrating since sitting and going to the bathroom are two things we all the time.
Bad Cases Of Hemorrhoids
In bad cases of hemorrhoids, the inflamed blood vessels actually burst, this very painful and results in bleeding hemorrhoids (sometimes a blood clot can even develop). When hemorrhoids get to this point they are called thrombosed hemorrhoids. However, in most cases people suffering from hemorrhoids discover their condition before this happens.
The Truth About Hemorrhoid Treatments
A common misconception about hemorrhoids treatment is that it must be an external application (such as a creme) to be effective. While it seems logical at first that since hemorrhoids protrude from the rectal area then surely applying a creme or gel directly to the affected area would be the fastest and best solution. But there problem with topical medications. They only provide temporary relief and very rarely cure hemorrhoids (especial in the more severe cases).
So should you not use external medications?
No you can try them but don't expect to cure your hemorrhoids by using them alone. And if you do use them we suggest using very simple gels such as aloe or petroleum jelly. Recent studies have shown them to help ease the pain and reduce reduce swelling of hemorrhoids that are detected early almost as well as chemical over-the-counter drugs.
So How Can I Cure My Hemorrhoids and Prevent Them From Coming Back?
We recommend you use Venapro hemorrhoids medication. Venapro is a medication that both relieves your pain now and prevents hemorrhoids from reemerging. Venapro is made from a scientific formula including zinc, vitamin E, L-arginine hydrochloride, horse chestnut, and bilberry and other special ingredients. What makes Venapro hemorrhoids treatment different is that it works from the inside out, similar to how dermatological pills work to improve bad skin.