Step 1: What to Do, With Stephen Colbert
I have also read to use grated potatoes for hemorrhoid application! I'll leave it up to your imagination how!
Other useful remedies
Add to diet- Prunes, Okra & Flaxseed
Cotton balls for witch hazel
Do's & Don'ts
Drink plenty of water
Take Epsom salt baths
Lay down and get plenty of rest
Sit on a donut pillow
Eat spicy food
Soak in a tub as often as you can.
Stay off your feet whenever possible until flare up subsides.
Why, why, why!?
- Family history
- Low-fiber diet
- Prolonged sitting
- Prolonged standing
All can contribute to the pain of this discomfort.
Signs & symptoms
- Blood clots or lumps
Step 2: Support Your Veins
Take RDA of Calcium and Magnesium supplements.
Consider taking a powerful herbal remedy called Bilberry in capsule form. Bilberry is well studied and safe enough for pregnant & nursing women to use. A powerful anti-oxidant related to blueberry known for it's vein support. Diminishes pain from any veinous ailment including hemorrhoidal pain. I highly recommend it.
Preventative measures-When the pain is first noticed, begin taking a dosage of 6,000 to 8,000 mg of Vitamin C along with 800 to 1,000 I.U.s of Vitamin E three times a day. The pain is usually gone within 24 hours. Repeat this dosage the second day after which the hemorrhoids should start to decrease in size. Repeat the dosage the third day after which they are usually gone entirely. If not, repeat the dosage one more day. Once the hemorrhoids are gone, a maintenance dosage of 1,000 mg Vitamin C and 400 I.U.s of Vitamin E taken daily will help strengthen the blood vessels.
I hope you got some good take away & use advice here. Thanks!
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