Traditional hemorrhoid treatments can cause distracting and unpleasant anus or rectum pain.
The messy creams and uncomfortable suppositories are few home remedies that do not make good alternatives for in-office treatment of hemorrhoid symptoms.
Most hemorrhoid treatments actually are not effective and only offer temporary relief at best. They do not resolve and remedy the root causes of pain, itching, burning, and discomfort.
If you want to eliminate hemorrhoids and are serious about it, consider hemorrhoid removal using the CRH O’Regan Hemorrhoid Removal System.
The CRH O’Regan Hemorrhoid Removal system provides a permanent solution that addresses the problems associated with hemorrhoids and anal fissures through hemorrhoid ligation.
Hemorrhoid ligation is less invasive than surgical methods. It is a simple process that can be completed in the doctor’s office with minimal discomfort. Following the procedure, patients can return to work on the same day.
The process is effective for treating internal and external hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoid banding delivers a permanent and painless solution that does not come with the discomfort and recovery time presented with other removal options.
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins located in the lower rectum or anus. They have a high occurrence and are caused by dehydration, prolonged sitting, or constipation. Patients can be affected by internal or external hemorrhoids. The difference is not widely known, which means a physical examination is required to determine the type of hemorrhoid.
Hemorrhoids can be treated depending on their location or severity. The process involves accurately diagnosing the problem, listening for symptoms, discuss various treatment options, and performing the selected treatment.
Band ligation offers a surgery-free option for removing internal hemorrhoids. This is a more effective treatment than topical or prescription medications, which only offer a temporary solution. Banding removes the hemorrhoids entirely with permanent results. External hemorrhoids are untreatable by band ligation, but medications can be prescribed to relieve and prevent symptoms.
Banding procedures have a high success rate and patients experience fewer complications or reoccurrence of symptoms. It is safer technique because it uses smaller, disposable instruments for increased comfort and reduced risk of infection. The procedure does not require anesthesia and has a lower risk of pain or bleeding.