Sitz Bath for Home Hemorrhoid Treatment – How To Prepare a Sitz Bath for Piles
Yes, you can naturally get rid of hemorrhoids (aka haemorhhoids, piles), forever. I was forced to learn the hard way how to naturally get rid of my hemorrhoids. Initially I did not learn, and as a result my first 3 hemorrhoids became thrombosed.
A thrombosed external hemorrhoid occurs when a blood clot forms. When I developed my 4th hemorrhoid, I decided that I was going to learn from my previous mistakes.
It was obvious that my hemorrhoids were recurring because I was doing something wrong.
HERE ARE THE PRODUCTS I USE/HIGHLY RECOMMEND:
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Epsom Salt http://amzn.to/2FiDMTG
Preparation H http://amzn.to/2CSVpeG
Medicated Wipes http://amzn.to/2qKjgbx
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To get rid of hemorrhoids naturally means to get rid of them without surgery. It is imperative that you take action quickly.
If you wait for your hemorrhoid to become thrombosed you may need to have the clot surgically removed.
If touching the hemorrhoid does not make you howl with pain, you are still able to get rid of it naturally.
You are going to need some stuff, write yourself out a list of the products you will need (list above, or click the links to buy from Amazon).
You should soak in a Sitz Bath at least 3 times per day. A Sitz Bath is a contraption that allows you to soak your butt in warm water.
You could simply fill up your tub with enough warm water to soak your bum, but a Sitz bath is going to be cleaner, use less water, take less time, and be overall more efficient.
Before going to work, just after work, and just before bedtime will get you 3 soaks/day. If possible, do a soak directly after every bowel movement.
The more soaks you can do per day, the faster you will get rid of your hemorrhoids. I like to add Epsom Salt to my Sitz Baths.
Use a Hemorrhoidal Ointment, Such as Preparation H. Preparation H has come out with what seems like 100’s of products, it can be confusing to know which ones you need.
I believe that you can get rid of your hemorrhoids using just 2 of their products. The original ointment, and the medicated wipes.
I recommend the “original” Preparation H Hemorrhoidal Ointment. The most important time to apply the ointment is before a bowel movement. It will allow the poop to pass without causing a lot of irritation to the hemorrhoid.
Do NOT wipe with Toilet Paper!
The other item I strongly recommend from Preparation H is their Medicated Wipes, and their “Totables” to take with you for outside of the house.
These contain Witch Hazel and Aloe. The Witch Hazel is soothing and reduces inflammation of the hemorrhoid. Once your hemorrhoid is fully healed you do not need to continue using these, but you should not go back to toilet paper. Make the switch to wet wipes. Wet wipes cause much less irritation than toilet paper when wiping, and do a much better job cleaning your butt.
Drink More Water and use a Fiber Supplement. Constipation and Diarrhea cause straining and irritation to the anus. If you want to get rid of hemorrhoids, you must get yourself regular. Fortunately, this is a simple task that you can knock out in about 1 minute per day.
I recommend Metamucil Smooth Texture Sugar Free. I have taken a teaspoonful of metamucil every day for the last 5 years and I am as regular as a clock. Every morning I wake up, pour myself a big glass of water, stir in a big teaspoon of metamucil, and guzzle it down. Within 2-3 minutes -wham-bamalam-boom – nature calls.
How to Poop Naturally. We do not poop naturally in the United States. For millions of years, people squatted to poop. Only in the last hundred years or so did we start to sit on the toilet. Other cultures around the world still poop like nature intended – in a squatting position.
Sitting too much increases pressure on the veins in the anus, and can lead to hemorrhoids. If you want to get rid of hemorrhoids naturally, get a step stool, or purchase a “squatty potty” so that you can simulate a squatting position during your bowel movements.