The Use Of Garlic To Treat Hemorrhoids?
I want to ask, is it true that garlic can treat hemorrhoid naturally and how to use it? Thank you
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Hemorrhoid (hemorrhoids, hemorrhoids) is a condition in which veins around the anus or rectum distal swell due to increased pressure around them. Usually, this condition is susceptible to sufferers of constipation, diarrhea or chronic coughs, pregnant women, people who are obese, or who often lift heavy loads on a daily basis.
Management of hemorrhoids can be done in various ways depending on the stage. Therefore, it needs to be clarified first, what exactly do you mean hemorrhoid symptoms?
Hemorrhoid stage 1 to 2, which is where the patient only has a bloody chapter with or without a lump that can enter on its own without the need for any treatment, often can still be treated with conservative therapy, such as by administering drugs and lifestyle modification. However, if the hemorrhoid has reached stage 3 or more, then more invasive treatment is needed, for example with sclerotherapy, hemorrhoidectomy, stapled hemorrhoidopexy, and so on. If this step is not taken, it is feared that dangerous complications can occur, such as bleeding, anemia, to tissue death due to hemorrhoids that are twisted or pinched.
Garlic is known to have anti-inflammatory effects so that it can help minimize symptoms of inflammation, including inflammation of the hemorrhoid. Inflamed hemorrhoid often makes the sufferer feel disturbed, because it will swell, feel pain, heat, and bleed continuously. However, easing symptoms of inflammation due to consumption of garlic does not necessarily mean that your hemorrhoid has healed. If not treated definitively, hemorrhoid inflammation can recur, and can even increase in stage until it is more difficult to treat. It is also not recommended to apply garlic directly to the hemorrhoid that is inflamed, because it can trigger irritation that makes the complaint even more severe.
Therefore, not only by consuming garlic, you should also entrust the best treatment of your condition to the doctor or surgeon huh?
I hope this helps.