How You Can Stop Hemorrhoids Pain With Desitin Almost Instantly


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You can use desitin for hemorrhoids to soothe the pain . Though, it is recommended to visit your doctor.


Once your doctor has established the extent of your hemorrhoids, he or she will do one of the following:


Prescribe a local anaesthetic cream, a stool softener, pain pills and/or lifestyle changes (e.g. eating more fibre, drinking more water, taking a fibre supplement, and exercising more).



If any signs of thrombosis are present, or the haemorrhoid is irreducible, your doctor is likely to refer you to a general surgeon who may perform an operation to reduce or remove the haemorrhoids.



Local (topical) anaesthetic creams



Local anaesthetics are medicines that remove sensation and pain. They can numb a particular area of the skin. These creams don’t cure haemorrhoids, but keep the symptoms under control.


Examples include:


Anugesic suppositories

Scheriproct ointment

Remicaine jelly

Stool softeners

These medicines help to prevent constipation by adding moisture to stool, thus allowing strain-free bowel movements.


Pain pills



It’s important to use pain pills that don’t cause constipation. Avoid codeine and anything that contains tramadol.


Warm bath or sitz baths



Take a bath three times a day for 15 minutes.


Choose desitin for hemorrhoids to reduce the swelling.


Cold compress or ice packs



Apply cold compress or ice packs to relieve swelling.


Treating hemorrhoids in pregnancy



If you’re pregnant, it’s important to pay close attention to your fibre and fluid intake to cut your risk for hemorrhoids, which is very common in pregnancy.


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