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Dosage of Streptokill for hemorrhoids:
Diluted Streptokill can be spread onto hemorrhoids. Dilute Streptokill with water in a 1:3 ratio: first, spray 1 portion of Streptokill (20 sprays = ca. 2 ml) into a glass, then add 3 portions of water (1 teaspoon = ca. 6 ml). Then soak a tampon or a piece of cotton in the diluted Streptokill solution and gently rub it across the rectum. If the rectum happens to be damaged to the point where even diluted Streptokill causes you pain, you may dilute it in a higher ratio.
On the other hand, if you do not mind the short-term burning sensation caused by applying Streptokill, you may apply it onto - or even into- the rectum directly, without dilution, using the oral applicator.
Sitting baths are also an option in this particular case. For this alternative, add Streptokill in ratio of at least 1:200, i.e. 5 ml of Streptokill (ca. 50 sprays from oral applicator) to 1 liter of water.
Hemorrhoids are enlarged, swollen veins in the area of the anus or the lower part of rectum. They can be internal or external. Much of the time they are not dangerous, but a painful and aggravating experience.
Who suffers from hemorrhoids:
A great number of people suffer from hemorrhoids, but very often, people who are sedentary, obese people, and pregnant women are affected; this is because of increased pressure on rectal veins and the pelvic area. Other reasons can be bad eating habits or diets, in which the food consumed is poor in fiber. Constipation and diarrhea are additional potential causes.
Common symptoms of hemorrhoids are pain or discomfort in the rectal area, itching, incidents of bumps and swelling around the anus, blood in the patient's stool, and bleeding during bowel movements.
Usually, if the hemorrhoids are small, they should be treatable at home, either with the help of easily accessible medications (creams, suppositories), or with either store-bought or homemade natural remedies.
In other cases, the help of a doctor is necessary. Their methods of treatment include:
- elastic ligation (tightening the elastic rings around the hemorrhoids)
- laser therapy
- sclerotherapy (injection of a special chemical directly into the hemorrhoids)
- infrared light therapy
In most cases, a change of lifestyle if sufficient for the prevention of hemorrhoids. This includes being active every day, increasing your fiber intake, lowering your consumption of alcohol, and staying well-hydrated. Avoid prolonged periods of sitting, and maintaining soft bowel movements. Neither prevent bowl movements nor use to much force, both of which increase your risk of developing hemorrhoids.