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mild hemorrhoids

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Created November 22, 2012 at 3:09 AM

What kind of diet should i do so i dont take too many dumps a day, (but i dont want to be constipated) and let my anus heal. This sucks, i cant workout so im looking forward to healing so i can get back into the grind. Any advice is much appreciated.

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Is it usual for someone 18 years old to get it?

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I did low carb for 3 weeks and i was kinda constipated, but on week 4 i had some bad diarhea from eating lots of nuts, and thats when the pain started.

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on November 22, 2012
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I think you want to treat the hemorrhoid itself, not the bowel movement. Usually hemmies are brought on by sustained pelvic pressure (think, pregnancy) or constipation.

Sitz baths, alternating hot (to stimulate blood flow) and cold (reduce inflammation) packs, and letting the distended veins retract and heal. Creams may or may not help, but they probably won't hurt.

C2ecbc6f2948c232d60a639c50b7f4f9

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on November 22, 2012
at 04:08 AM

Is it usual for someone 18 years old to get it?

C2ecbc6f2948c232d60a639c50b7f4f9

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on November 22, 2012
at 04:08 AM

I did low carb for 3 weeks and i was kinda constipated, but on week 4 i had some bad diarhea from eating lots of nuts, and thats when the pain started.

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on November 22, 2012
at 12:49 PM

I agree with treatment. The most important thing is to get rid of the flare up.

You may also want to go with a diet that is easier to digest, broth, steamed veggies, fish.

18? Hemmies can be chronic. After treatment it helps to try for regular bowels -- but do not strain. If it doesn't come out in a minute or so of mild to no pushing, then you stop go about your day and try again latter. Watch training to failure -- pressure whether it's constipation or heavy lifting can trigger. Train hard, but know your limits for things like squats and snatch.

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