It is rather safe to say that most hemorhoid treatment solutions have both pros and cons. Obviously, the scale should tip much more toward pros than cons. Unfortunately, however, it does not usually go that way with many hemorhoid treatment solutions these days. So the question remains: What hemorhoid treatment solutions are discouraged?
It is important to figure out how to get rid of hemorrhoids. The first discouraged hemorhoid treatment is actually laughable. It is called cryotherapy or medical freezing of the inflamed area. Basically what happens is the application of some type of gel to the inflamed problem. This then ‘freezes’ the inflamed area and supposedly takes care of your problem. There are many reasons why this hemorhoid treatment is not the best.
This hemorhoid treatment is much like the wart remover kits that ‘freeze’ the warts off. It has the exact same potential as a gardener pulling the top of the weed off, leaving the root in the soil. It’ll be back sooner rather than later. This is because the root of the problem is still firmly planted. And while it has temporarily been relieved, it is still very much there, lurking under the surface only to show its face again very soon.
Another risk involving this type of hemorhoid treatment is the possibility that if a non-specialist applies the gel on, he or she may overdo it and damage the nerves in the rectal area. This is called over freezing, a most unwanted outcome of this hemorhoid treatment. One of the many side effects of medical freezing is frequent bleeding in that area.
Truly, the pain that you would suffer and the risk that you would undergo are absolutely not worth only ripping off the outer symptom and leaving the rooted problem. This is why this hemorhoid treatment should absolutely not be considered.
Consider instead, a natural blend of herbal ingredients that are strategically designed to kill the root of the problem from about six different angles. This type of hemorhoid treatment is most certainly the one that will bring long term results.