Internet surveys are notoriously unscientific, in that they have few controls to prevent repeat voting, lying, and so on. Moreover because they cannot reliably collect data about respondents, they occasionally produce results which prove hard to replicate down the line.
But not all internet surveys are created equal. Viral polls such as the one which yielded Boaty McBoatface are easily skewed by humor and enthusiasm, but small medical polls tend to be more reserved and reliable. All of which is prelude to this link, which gives patients a chance to report and share their experiences with various hemorrhoid remedies.
Some interesting data could come from this survey; already it is yielding a much higher response rate for women than moen, which tracks with what I see at my Los Angeles hemorrhoid treatment centers.
Women are more likely than men to get hemorrhoids in large part because of changes in blood volume and activity level that occur during pregnancy: more of one and less of the other can be a damaging combo for the blood vessels of the rectum and anus, which respond by swelling up, creating the symptoms of hemorrhoids.
The page also includes a broad-ranging discussion of medications that you might find helpful, as well as links to some further resources. For more information, contact Dr. Maz and the best hemorrhoid doctors in Los Angeles, today.