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Just 3 Ways to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids

Posted on April 15, 2024

In order to get rid of hemorrhoids, you'll need to explore your treatment options. Depending on the severity of your symptoms, you may be able to find relief at home. If, however, you're experiencing more severe symptoms, such as itching, pain or bleeding, a medical procedure may be your best hope for relief. But how can you decide on your best treatment option? Here's what you need to know.

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Get Rid of Hemorrhoids: 3 Treatment Options

When you have mild to moderate hemorrhoid symptoms, you may be able to treat your condition from the comfort of home. Try following this special diet for hemorrhoids, to see if you can ease constipation, and relieve your symptoms naturally.

Need a bit more help for hemorrhoids? Over-the-counter topical creams can help with swelling and itching, as long as your condition has not progressed too far.

But if you've been diagnosed with stage 2 or 3 hemorrhoids, you are unlikely to find relief at home or in the drugstore. Instead, consider Hemorrhoid Artery Embolization (HAE) in Georgia, a minimally invasive medical procedure that treats internal hemorrhoids without surgery.

Medical Support to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids

Thanks to advances in our practice of interventional radiology, we can now relieve the symptoms of stage 2 and 3 internal hemorrhoids without surgery. Instead, we can perform the HAE procedure, reducing the flow of blood to the hemorrhoids with embolic materials deposited to the arteries via catheter and guided by x-ray imaging. With this procedure, you can get rid of hemorrhoids while avoiding general anesthesia, surgical incisions and overnight stays in the hospital. Even better? When compared to surgery, HAE causes fewer complications and is associated with a faster recovery period. Want to see if you're a candidate for this procedure? Click here to request an appointment at the Georgia Hemorrhoid Institute. We can help determine if this procedure is your best treatment option.

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