Hemorrhoids can be both painful and annoying to deal with. There are several methods that can offer quick relief from hemorrhoids when you need relief as quickly as possible. One method is to soak for about 15 minutes in a warm bath. You may also try rubbing ointment on the hemorrhoids, icing them, or using painkillers. It is sometimes also important to remember the things that you shouldn't do.
Try not to scratch them, be gentle, and try to limit your time on the toilet. If you are unable to make your bowels move relatively quickly come back and try again instead of trying to force it.
There are a few things you can do to help your hemorrhoid heal fast. It is recommended that you keep the area as clean as you can. It’s also recommended that you drink water so you stay hydrated. (For this, the best thing to do is keep your urine a light, see-through yellow or clear; how much you drink is not relevant as long as these are happening.) Topical treatments are recommended, either by prescription or over the counter, if possible. When possible, eat more foods with fiber or take fiber supplements to increase the fiber in your diet.
It’s most important that you know what it means to have a hemorrhoid. If you mistake something else for a hemorrhoid, nothing you try for a hemorrhoid is likely to help. Bright red blood often means the hemorrhoid is inside the anus or rectum, but there’s little to no pain.