Forum: Ruby Hemorrhoids Treatments & What I Recommend

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63b4d2b11be7407b9d29655d24f5154f?d=identicon&s=25 inuvin101@gmail.com (Guest)
on 2009-06-04 17:15
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If you've tried many types of hemorrhoid solutions then you probably
understand the differences of how each is used. In this article, I'll
go over what each of them do for the body, how they intend to treat
hemorrhoids or piles, and the controversial, raw truth on most of
them.

The first popular type is creams and ointments where a topical
treatment is rubbed on your outer rectal area and aims to soothe blood
vessels. This creates a relaxation of the tissue so that it does not
bulge out so much. Once the tissue does not bulge, the hemorrhoid will
be less likely to flare up. This is great for some relief in the
temporal matter but unfortunately you are practically guaranteed to
flare up again.

The 2nd type that is very popular as well in the form of suppositories
which is inserted inside the rectum for the purposes of delivering
moisture to the hemorrhoid and creating a lubricating effect once the
next rectal pressure comes. The aim is to ensure the hemorrhoid heals
without rupturing again. For some it works well, for others not so but
it's worth seeing.

The 3rd type is pills where one can consume that regulate some blood
pressure in the system. This can have its side effects but overall
it's used to tighten vein tissue so that the hemorrhoid is less
susceptible to problems. It's a very top down approach that has its
benefits but can also induce real side effects and big pharmacies like
to push this.

These three types are the most common and once these are exhausted,
you still have options such as cryotherapy or surgery. It all depends
on the individual case and what you can tolerate. In my personal
experience, it's best to first try the safer options before going to
the extreme measures. Even if the pain is unbearable, you can still
use relief from these methods. It's just not pleasant long-term
either.

Now, not all hope is lost. I do have one solution that has surprised
me pleasantly. I'd like to review a totally safe, natural remedy that
works within a few days. It's called the H Miracle system and you can
find it at:

http://minyurl.com/1064

It's already been proven by hundreds, if not thousands of success
stories in the underground fashion of alternative medicine. The system
includes ingredient resources, charts, audio lessons and basically
everything you need to cure your hemorrhoids one and for all. I really
recommend it and just see the testimonials from users who have
triumphed even severe hemorrhoids for good.

Once again, see the free report on this at:

http://minyurl.com/1064
7b8e1744137ecbad51b24ab2d169779b?d=identicon&s=25 Sergio Arbeo (Guest)
on 2009-06-04 17:28
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2009/6/4 inuvin101@gmail.com <inuvin101@gmail.com>:
> If you've tried many types of hemorrhoid solutions then you probably
> understand the differences of how each is used. In this article, I'll
> go over what each of them do for the body, how they intend to treat
> hemorrhoids or piles, and the controversial, raw truth on most of
> them.

Finally! This was what I was looking for when I joined this mailing
list!

Cheers,

Serabe
Cd0dbf751457cf6fed1f69070d37006a?d=identicon&s=25 Charles Johnson (Guest)
on 2009-06-04 18:09
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On Jun 4, 2009, at 10:15 AM, inuvin101@gmail.com wrote:

> The 2nd type that is very popular as well in the form of suppositories
> which is inserted inside the rectum for the purposes of delivering
> moisture to the hemorrhoid and creating a lubricating effect once the
> next rectal pressure comes. The aim is to ensure the hemorrhoid heals
> without rupturing again. For some it works well, for others not so but
> it's worth seeing.
>
"Worth *seeing*"??

The mind boggles.

Cheers--

Charles
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Charles Johnson
Advanced Computing Center for Research and Education
Vanderbilt University
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