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Old 01-07-2007, 02:04 PM   #1
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What should I do about Hemmroids

Ive had hemmroids the last few yrs....

And they cause a lot of bleeding each time.... its just so scary

What should I do about them??

The strange thing is... they started when I started eating healthy

I never had them when i was a teenager... im 24 now....


How do i prevent them?? Do people have them removed???

Thanks!!!

 
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Old 01-07-2007, 03:23 PM   #2
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i have to be realistic with you .i was bleeding for two years and tried everthing to to fix the problem,diet,stool bulking agents, softerns,ointments
etc. i was in bad shape i lost a lot of weight and was in pain ,it got worst
then better but always came back.on nov 7 i had three hemroids removed,
fissureomenty,syfincomentry,its been a month to date from surgery.it was a
big operation had to stay in hospital with morphine and its been a nightmare.
the pain and distress can make you go crazy,i am tellling you this because i
had this done by a board cerified colorectal surgen and he told me that,
this is one of the most sentive parts of the body and takes a while to heal.
since i had three procedures done all at one it been hard.i am getting better
day by day my surgen told me it can take up to three to six months to recover but there can be setbacks,but i will get better and have painless
bm soon. if you deal with it now and find a good surgen to fix it all correctly
i would go for it ,i still have days i regret doing it but i would have suffer all
my life instead of a short time with the operation. no matter if you have soft
large bm and pass easy if you bleed and have pain for a long time you either
have to remove the hemroid or fix the fissure ,if there damaged too much
it will not go away ,you have to remove them,i wish you luck but i want
to start eating again what i want and live a life without bm issues that why i
did it i had no choice

 
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Old 01-07-2007, 09:53 PM   #3
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Re: What should I do about Hemmroids

Im so scared of doctors for some reason... its almost impossible for me to even get a shot ---

Do people HAVE to have them removed?... can they cause damage if not removed --- or jus tbleeding and a nuisance??

 
Old 01-09-2007, 12:22 PM   #4
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Re: What should I do about Hemmroids

Mine are really ticking me off too. Just when you think everything's ok again, it bleeds again. Do you get that too? Do you get the itching as well? That drives me up the wall.

 
Old 01-15-2007, 08:51 PM   #5
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Re: What should I do about Hemmroids

You know... I get them on EVERY vacation.... probably about 2-3 times a year.... plus 2 times regularly......... I just went on vacation... had them AGAIN...... i know why....

its because i change my eating habits on vacation ---- and maybe alcohol drinking too???

The thing that scares me.... is the bleeding + bacteria...... can it cause a bad infection?!

 
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