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The Link Between Your Diet and Hemorrhoids

Painful, itching, burning hemorrhoids can take a big toll on your comfort and quality of life. The good news: There are plenty of treatment options that could help — including some pretty simple changes to your diet. Here’s what to do.

Jul 13th, 2021
How to Alleviate the Presence and Pain of Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids can cause a lot of painful symptoms, along with rectal bleeding, itching, burning, and swelling. Fortunately, today there are lots of treatment options to help you find relief. Here are some home remedies and medical options to consider.

May 17th, 2021
Causes of a Pilonidal Cyst and How to Remove It

Pilonidal cysts can be extremely painful, and without prompt medical care, they can develop into significant infections. Here’s what you should know about how these relatively common cysts form and how they’re treated.

Apr 12th, 2021
When Should I Get a Colonoscopy?

Most people know it’s important to have a colonoscopy to detect and even prevent colorectal cancer. But do you know when you should have your first colonoscopy and how often you should be screened? We have the answers.

Mar 11th, 2021
Treatment for Your Soft Tissue Tumors

Most benign soft tissue tumors are asymptomatic, meaning they don’t cause pain or other problems. But when they do, treatment is essential for relieving those symptoms and preventing them from getting worse. Here’s how we can help.

Feb 10th, 2021
Help for Your Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids are a common complaint, and they become even more common with age. If you’re suffering from the pain, burning, and itching hemorrhoids can cause, here’s how you can find relief — and keep them from coming back.

Nov 3rd, 2020
Does a Hernia Always Require Surgery?

Hernias can cause a lot of pain, and without proper treatment, they can lead to major medical problems. But do all hernias need surgery? Here’s what you should know.

Oct 15th, 2020
The Most Common Causes of Anal Fissures

Anal fissures are a common cause of painful bowel movements, and they can cause bleeding, too. If you have anal fissures, here’s what could be causing them — and how to stop those painful symptoms from recurring.

Sep 1st, 2020