I have written before about the Big Four of home hemorrhoid remedies: sitz baths, exercise, hydration, and better positioning. All of these work well, and for most people they simply do the trick: a few weeks of careful self-care can eliminate hemorrhoids altogether.
But many people experience limited success with these approaches, and surgery isn’t always the next best option. Articles like this help to bridge the gap between common solutions and uncommon outcomes, offering alternative strategies you can try before going under the knife.
The good news? Suggestions like this actually hold some merit:
Deep fried food damages hemorrhoids further. They slow down the digestive system causing irregular bowl movement and increasing inflammation. This causes more pain and irritation. Apart from heavy food, spicy food is a big no-no as well.
Admittedly these are dietary remedies designed more to combat pain than to combat hemorrhoids per se, but to most people the difference is moot: treating the pain is precisely what they want help with.
And when all of the home remedies cease to work, then it’s time to reach out to an expert hemorrhoid doctor in Los Angeles. Call today to set up a consultation with hemorrhoid treatment professional Dr. Maz Ghodsian.