I have pain while I try to pass stool. Doctor did finger testing and said I have small haemorrhoid and gave me hydrocortisone cream to apply. I am concerned with the pain and afraid to go to toilet and try to hold it. Is it symptom of haemorrhoid or something else. Will it go away?
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replied May 4th, 2005
I'll answer it myself so others can learn. Haemorrhoids are inflamation of vericse veins, I think it happens because hard stool rubs on these veins and causes inflamation. Analpram or hydrocortisone pramoxine cream reduces this inflamation and pain. Take laxative and high fibre diet.
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replied May 4th, 2005
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Hi there, sorry to hear of you problems, try not to get too dependent on laxitives, I am not saying anything bad about the laxitives, stool softeners are better on your system.
Sincerely,
sandy
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