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|Natural Cures For Hemorrhoid||Natural Cures For Hemorrhoid
Hemorrhoids or hemroids as many people mistakenly spell, is one of the most common diseases of the anal canal. I am writing this article to tell you all who are researching this word (for obvious reasons) that this disease is not as bad as people make it out to be. It does not always require surgery and most often it gets cured spontaneously, that is, by itself.
Of course the hemorrhoids are embarrassing and irritating enough but fortunately it is not gifted with high mortality, that is, the chance of the patient dying due to this disease is very remote. Because of the nature of the disease, that is, high morbidity versus high mortality it ranks high among the list of lucrative diseases for which bogus remedies and products are created purely to monetize on the patients helplessness. Thus it is advisable to steer clear of most of the e-books and personal experiences shared via e-books and always consult a qualified physician before pursuing a line of treatment.
Now on the subject of treatment, there are multiple things you should know. The results of various sort of treatments on this disease’s outcome is not well documented. For example when you consult a physician, he would obviously refer you to a surgeon, who in turn would book you for one of the various procedures to treat hemorrhoids that is band legation, stapling, hemorrhoidectomy etc… The result of most of these procedures is well documented and most probably you will be cured. But if you visit a homeopath or ayurvedic doctor you will be issued a medication hat has not been rigorously tested out by clinical trials. So there is a fair chance that you may not be cured. The bottom line is this that while visiting a physician, check whether he is an allopath or not.
Now onto the subject of home remedies for hemorrhoids. If the physician classified your disease as mild, then the role of home remedies emerges. For these there is no authenticated information available, and since most of these are harmless enough, you may follow any of the remedies you are suggested by your information source. Again my advice would be to follow the remedies suggested by the doctor since by his vast experience of dealing with the disease, he is the only one who can tell you the remedies which are effective in a large proportion of patients.
Hence the take home message of this article, always consult a doctor and follow his advice. Do not invest in unauthenticated sources no matter what they claim, there is a fair chance you might be duped.