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Hemorrhoid Treatment Specialist

Texas Medical Home

Family Medicine Physicians located in Richardson, TX

Hemorrhoid Treatment Q & A

DO YOU SUFFER FROM HEMORRHOIDS?

Did you know? Hemorrhoids affect 50% of the population by age 50

Symptoms: Anal pain, itching, bleeding, swelling, soiling, prolapse

 

There is a definitive treatment for HEMORRHOIDS – The CRH O’Regan System*

 

It is FAST, less than 10 minutes

It is Painless, Banding occurs in an area without nerve endings

No need for bowel prep, no fasting, no cleansing, no enemas

No sedation, you can drive to/from the procedure and return to work the same day

No downtime, you can get right back to your day-to-day life

 

It is the standard of care for Hemorrhoid treatment. Rubber band ligation is one of the least expensive and most popular procedures for non-surgical hemorrhoid removal in the world. It consists of cutting off the internal hemorrhoid’s blood supply with a tiny rubber band. What’s different from other procedures is that it is faster, more accurate, more comfortable, safer and less likely to result in post-procedure pain and bleeding. It is 99.1% effective and is covered by most insurance plans. Complications are rare, the rate ever published was 16 complications out of 5,424 procedures, or 0.3%.

 

Contact our office for more information and we will arrange a consultation where we can make an evaluation and institute a treatment plan.

 

While you wait to be treated with the CRH O’Regan System*, here are some helpful tips to reduce the discomfort from your hemorrhoids:

 

*Take a 15-minute sitz bath (a warm bath with a tablespoon of table salt added) three times per day and after each bowel movement if possible. Gently dry your bottom.

 

*Avoid constipation by increasing the amount of fiber and liquids in your diet. Stool softeners may also be helpful to avoid constipation.

 

*Avoid sitting on the commode for more than two minutes to prevent excessive straining. If you can’t have a bowel movement in that time, come back later.

 

*Avoid prolonged sitting or other activities that will increase the pressure on your bottom. If you work at a desk all day, get up and take breaks whenever you can.

 

*There are many creams or suppositories for hemorrhoids, but they have limited benefits.

 

For more information, check: https://www.crhsystem.com/crh-oregan-system/