Thrombosed Hemorrhoid Treatment

Signs of Hemorrhoids


If you find yourself looking for a good thrombosed hemorrhoid treatment the chances are very good that you already know what you are up against. You have probably already checked out what you think are the common signs of hemorrhoids and have learned that one of those signs can be the discharge of blood from the veins in the area of the anus.


Some of the other things that occur along with that are the discharge of mucous which results in a very itchy sensation in the anal canal, and the swelling and inflammation of the veins in that area and the resulting pain if they become enlarged from the pooling of blood in them.

These areas of stagnant blood that is not being circulated properly tend to form clots that are referred to as thrombi. Therefore, any kind of thrombosed hemorrhoid treatment that is successful will require the use of compounds that can break down these areas of thrombosis and get the blood moving again.

One such compound proven to be able to get the blood circulating again is ginger root which is believed to be beneficial in restoring proper blood flow. Diosmin and Cayenne are also compounds that have been used for this purpose.

Swollen Hemorrhoids

One of the most troublesome issues that can accompany the development of hemorrhoids is the swelling of the tissues both inside the anal canal and in the veins that line and surround the anal opening.

Swollen hemorrhoids that are external in nature become very sensitive and are much more prone to bleed and be painful than when they are not excessively swollen. Another key component then of a good thrombosed hemorrhoid treatment is going to be the ability to shrink the inflamed tissue and keep it from erupting again.


A very popular compound used for the purpose of helping to shrink swollen tissue is witch hazel because of its ability to reduce inflammation. Butchers broom is also helpful in reducing pressure in swollen areas.

Bleeding from the rectum

Another scary thing to deal with as you battle hemorrhoids is the presence of blood that can be seen when you wipe, or on the stool or in the bowl after having a bowel movement.

It isn’t necessarily an indication of a huge problem, but it can be a little un-nerving when you don’t yet know how serious it is.

Bleeding from the rectum can actually be caused by numerous different underlying problems. Blood could be present from either internal or external hemorrhoids or from polyps in the colon or even colon or stomach cancer.


The smart thing to do if you are experiencing a discharge of blood from the anus and aren’t quite sure how to proceed with a thrombosed hemorrhoid treatment is to contact your doctor and let him determine the severity of the situation.

External Hemorrhoid Treatment

Although it can be one of the most painful of all the types of hemorrhoids, the thrombosed external hemorrhoid can be successfully dealt with if you have a little patience and the discipline to follow a treatment regimen.

There is truly a plentiful supply of products and individuals out there who offer to help treat hemorrhoids of all severity levels. Some offer virtually immediate relief and others are more reserved and promise relief over a period of time with a gradual healing of the symptoms you are experiencing.

The important thing is to look for a product that uses the compounds we discussed above in the combinations and strength that work for you. Quite honestly, that may take some trial and error but will be worth the effort as you achieve the relief you seek.

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