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Myths and Facts about Home Remedies for Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are an embarrassing condition, but treatable with at-home care. However, not all home remedies for hemorrhoids are effective, and some may even be unsafe. Click here to learn the myths and facts about home remedies for hemorrhoids.

May 6th, 2020
The Most Common Causes of Anal Fissures

Anal fissures are common and painful. Unfortunately, if you have a history of these tissue tears, you’re at greater risk of a recurrence. Knowing what causes anal fissures, however, may help prevent more tearing.

Apr 13th, 2020
What Every Pregnant Woman Needs to Know About Anal Health

Do you experience pain while sitting or defecating? Do you have blood in your stool? You may have hemorrhoids or anal fissures, which can be of concern during pregnancy. Learn why pregnant women are more likely to develop anal health issues.

Dec 1st, 2019
Is It Normal to Have an Itchy Anus?

It can be hard to talk about your rectal health, especially if you have uncomfortable symptoms like anal itching. Know this, however: It’s a common problem, affecting up to 45% of people in their lifetime. So just ask: What’s normal, and what’s not?

Nov 18th, 2019
What Skin Conditions Cause Anal Pain?

When anal pain and discomfort strike, the effects can be far-reaching, impacting your ability to simply get through your day. Here are some of the likely culprits and how to solve your problem.

Oct 17th, 2019
5 Simple Ways You Can Prevent Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids may not be a popular topic of conversation, but they’re a common problem that affects 3 in 4 adults during their lifetime. There are simple changes you can make in your lifestyle to help prevent this painful condition.

Sep 11th, 2019
Best and Worst Foods for Hemorrhoids

Looking for a natural way to decrease your risk of developing painful hemorrhoids? Check your diet. A few menu changes can make a significant difference in the number of hemorrhoidal flares you may experience.

Aug 7th, 2019
Why Is There Blood in My Stool?

Finding blood where you least expect it, like in your stool, can understandably cause alarm. Here’s a look at the many reasons for this unwelcome development, which is more common than you might think.

Jun 18th, 2019
When to See a Doctor About Constipation

Constipation happens to almost everyone and usually isn’t cause for concern. But there are times when constipation warrants medical intervention, not only for your comfort, but for your overall health.

May 27th, 2019