How can I get rid of hemorrhoids?

I gave birth on April 29, 2020. Ever since then, I’ve had hemorrhoids. I’ve tried the medicine the doctor gave me after giving birth. And it still hasn’t gone away. My husband wants to have sex, but I’m not comfortable due to hemorrhoids. Any ideas on how to make it go away or anything is helpful.

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I just take a tucks pad and push them back up … or my friend had to have surgery and get them removed

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Preparation H worked in a few days for me with both babies

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Preparation H and time worked for my first

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I suffered for years. Nothing truly helps and even when they go they always come back. Honestly go see a gastroenterologist he injected mine and they are finally gone!! It was a regular quick office visit. Best decision I ever made!

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I dont there is anything that actually makes them “go away” other than surgery. The ointments and pads are generally used for comfort measures

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try CBD rub or the oil or the gummies it is the best name of it is CBD For Life

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Pretty much what Carlie Schuster said are only options. Take the medicine, drink plenty of water , stool softeners and pain relief. Ice packs, tucks pads etc. hang in there it’s not a quick thing.

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Keep using the tucks and pushing them back in. Also, make sure you’re getting enough fiber so you’re stools are soft. Hard stools make you keep pushing them out.

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My ex wife used epsom salt in a warm bath worked pretty well for her

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Unfortunately, sometimes they don’t go away. I got them with my son 6 years ago and they are still there…

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Tucks pads with a little preparation h on them. Put a maxi pad on and lay it on top of it before you go to sleep for the night and change it out every time you use the restroom should give you some relief and shrink them slowly.

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They never go away. They just go back into your anus until the next time. I have had them for 18 years.

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Had a baby in december I have extremely painful internal ones still like I cried couldn’t walk can’t sit even standing

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Pharmacists have a wealth of knowledge to advise you. There are oral meds that help keep you regular (Colace, Restoralax). Plus suppositories like Anusol & topical ointment for hemorroids. You will likely need a combination of these plus site baths.

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Do not tuck them in. It’s dangerous and they have suppositories that you can do that clear them up quickly and makes you comfortable

If there that bad surgery they band them

Procto foam…get a rx from your doc.

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My nurse recommended the following and it was a lifesaver when mine would flare up: get a condom, fill it half with rubbing alcohol, half with water, tie it off, put it in the freezer, and then when you’re just around the house lay it in your underwear like you would a pad.