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How To Cure Almoranas?

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Lia Louis answered
Almoranas are commonly known as hemorrhoids or piles. These are vascular nodules in the anal canal which can become swollen or inflamed. As a result, they need to be treated so that they reduce in size so that they do not rupture. There are many over the counter products that can be purchased to treat these.

There are many ways to prevent hemorrhoids from becoming swollen in the first place. They often are as a result of straining - typically with the passing of a bowl movement, though some pregnant women experience hemorrhoids or almoranas as well.

Keeping the stool soft to avoid straining is the advised solution. The way to do this is by ensuring that there is plenty of fiber in the diet, as well as thorough hydration.

Should you find yourself with a case of almoranas, you have a variety of products to choose from. There are a variety of topical creams, including the use of Preparation H. There are also suppositories and sitz baths that can be very relieving.

These agents simply reduce the swelling and the pain. They don’t actually improve the situtation. Visiting a doctor will ensure that the problem is actually treated. There are various out-patient medical procedures that can be done to heal hemorrhoids or almoranas once and for all.

A hemorrhoid may go unnoticed for weeks, months or years until it begins to bleed, which is very common. The creams will certainly help with swelling and any pain associated with it, however it could be only a matter of time before the problem arises again and the topical agents will only do so much. If you are suffering from swelling or inflammation often, you should make an appointment with your doctor.
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Amanda Wells answered
Almoranas in English are known as hemorrhoids or piles. The first thing is to avoid straining on the toilet, as this makes them worse, and to eat a healthier diet. Some creams and ointments soothe the pain and help you to recover, but for some cases you may need surgery. You can learn more here.

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