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Home Remedies

October 31, 2019
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Some other home remedies one could try would be to apply Vaseline or petroleum jelly to the toilet tissue so that when you wipe yourself after each bowel movement, you've applied a lubricant, which could also heal an inflamed or irritated area. And then let's say after you've already done your business on the commode and applied this a petroleum jelly, you might want to sit on a firm surface for anywhere from 30 seconds to a minute. That may help reduce, or pop your protruding hemorrhoids back into place. You could also try some witch hazel, which is an astringent, which may help soothe inflammation, but then also helps shrink protruding hemorrhoidal veins.

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