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... I started with tailbone pain in March....noticed it when sitting in a movie theater for a long time. It seemed to go away and then returned about 3 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... I have a thrombosed hemorrhoid since last week and it hasn't gone down at all. It was so painful the first few days but yesterday and today it doesn't feel pain any longer, just some discomfort. ... (2 replies)
... I'm in the middle of a very long recovery. ... (0 replies)

... Hii, yes thanx a lot for that msg! i too had the serugery done a week back. BM has been awful and like u the first when i passed stools..oh man! i almost fainted too.i was almost crying! ... (2 replies)
... history of how I finally solved my hemorrhoids problem in the hopes it will help people who are still trying to figure it out. ... (6 replies)
... I'm making this post in hopes that it helps as many as possible, or at the very least gives hope to as many as possible. I know it's long, but I have 3 years of suffering to recap. ... (3 replies)
... I just wrote a long post, and when I wanted to preview it, the whole thing disappeared. Thanks very much!!! ... (4 replies)
... Try walking for 30 minutes at your lunch break as this will help the stool to move down the colon faster and give your rectal area a break from sitting on it so much for so long periods of time. Put vaseline on the suppository before you insert it and also around the rectal area. ... (4 replies)
... Try Citrate of Magnesia, only 1 at first. Make sure you follow the directions on the bottle and it should give you an idea how long it should take for it to work. If it doesn't work then call the drug store and ask the pharmicist if it's okay to take another bottle. ... (4 replies)
... ways of operating and he suggested that i was young and should do the long term operation which lasts longer. ... (6 replies)
... I want to give a background about what I had been experiencing because I think it is important to understand that everyone is different in their hemorrhoid experiences. ... (0 replies)
... that were near my anal opening and a banding for an internal hemorrhoid. Although there are tips for any hemorrhoidectomy surgery, this guide focuses on scalpel surgeries and not the banding technique. ... (2 replies)
... t give a single detail other than saying it is very very painful. I wonder if she was lying about having had the surgery. ... (118 replies)
... Harry and Quincy, I want to thank you both for your replies. I'm sorry to take so long to respond but I am literally overwhelmed with work that I am ending up working until I can't anymore. ... (6 replies)
... nds on the front of the seat with hiney in air, as I was crouching over, I was quite sure I must look like a frog. Viola, The Frogger Technique was born. I think it puts less pressure on legs and rear end. Makes me laugh just thinking about it. ... (131 replies)
... You need to go to the emergency room now ! Four weeks without a bowel movement and you're having pain and a fever is a sign some thing is very wrong. ... (9 replies)
... I am responding to this particular thread because it was the most recently revived and want to share some of my experiences with a recent extensive external hemorrhoidectomy after reading many posts here. ... (36 replies)
... A meaning you alternate between severe constipation to bouts of explosive diarrhea that can't be controlled sometimes. It also sounds you may have some acid reflux as well. ... (1 replies)
... how are things for you now? ... (10 replies)

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