According to WebMD, hemorrhoid removal treatments include injections and cauterization procedures that seal off the hemorrhoids and banding procedures that hinder blood supply to the affected tissues. Hemorrhoids can als... More »

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While no exact cause of hemorrhoids is known, the American Society of Colon & Rectal Surgeons says pressure on the anal veins because of a human's upright posture can cause them. Other factors that contribute to the deve... More »

Blood that is visible on the stool, on the toilet paper or found in the toilet bowl after a bowel movement is the most common symptom of internal hemorrhoids, according to WebMD. The anal skin may itch due to irritation ... More »

Because internal hemorrhoids are generally painless, relief comes through home treatment unless the hemorrhoid extends beyond the anus, at which point such treatments as banding, stapling and surgical removal become opti... More »

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Non-surgical treatments for hemorrhoids include non-prescription creams and suppositories to minimize swelling, itching and pain as well as minimally-invasive medical procedures, such as laser coagulation treatments and ... More »

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Having healthy bowel habits is the first method for treating hemorrhoids at home, according to WebMD. Over-the-counter pain relievers, application of ice and sitz baths can also help. More »

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The mainstay treatment for celiac artery stenosis is a surgical procedure in which the doctor removes or bypasses the constraining ligament that is causing blockage of blood flow from the celiac artery to the intestinal ... More »