Let’s discuss the most popular methods of treatment:
Firstly, the hemorrhoidal creams and ointments you can buy over the counter. These are topical creams which are applied to the outer rectum area. They may soothe the blood vessels temporarily. In fact it causes the tissue to relax so it doesn’t bulge out too much. This in turn reduces the flare up of the hemorrhoid. As I’ve said, this is a temporary measure and unfortunately it is practically guaranteed to flare up again.
Second to this are the use of suppositories which are inserted inside the rectum. It’s purpose is to deliver moisture to the hemorrhoid and to create a lubricating effect. It’s aim is to ensure that the hemorrhoid heals without rupturing again. For some people it works, for others not.
The third type are tablets which the pharmacies like to promote. The tablets are taken with the aim to regulating some blood pressure in the system. This results in a tightening of vein tissue so that the hemorrhoid is less susceptible to problems. This treatment has it’s benefits but can also induce real side effects so please exercise caution with this type of treatment.
After trying these most popular treatments, you still have further options such as cryotherapy or surgery. It depends on you entirely. In my personal experience, it’s best to first try the safer natural options before going to the extreme measures.
After much trial and error, I eventually personally reviewed and went with a completely natural remedy which worked for me within days. I have Diabetes 2 so had no choice but to look for a safe remedy that had no side-effects. You can find it at my website below.