HTG Urges Readers to Consider Natural Alternatives to Medical Hemorrhoid Treatments

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HTG urged its readers to consider natural alternatives to traditional medical hemorrhoid treatments. This urging came on the heels of’s December 13th article, titled “Vitamin D and Pregnancy: Why It’s Important.”

HTG spoke following the December 13th publication of the article, “Vitamin D and Pregnancy: Why It’s Important.” Just as pregnant women with vitamin D deficiencies may possibly decide to turn to supplements or a stricter diet, hemorrhoid sufferers may possibly want to turn inward to help determine a cause (while of course also seeking their doctors' diagnosis and treatment advice).

In the article Katharin Czink revealed a shocking statistics regarding pregnant and breastfeeding women: approximately 40% of all pregnant and breastfeeding women test positive for a vitamin D deficiency. In turn, their children are faced with potential vitamin deficiencies, resulting in impaired bone development, and inferior immune systems. Fortunately, deficiencies are easily remedied, through either a supplemental vitamin D dose or a slight shift in dietary practices.

Just as a vitamin D deficiency can be corrected with a slight shift in dietary practices, many hemorrhoid cases can be corrected through making some internal changes. A comparison of natural hemorrhoid treatment and medicinal treatment reveals that natural treatment typically boasts a far smaller price tag with a comparable set of results. For optimal results, those suffering from hemorrhoids should use a combination of natural healing methods, including diet change, implementation of exercise, and topical hemorrhoid treatments. Diet changes involve including more lean meats, healthy grains, and leafy greens to stimulate regular bowel movements without the need to strain. Exercise may be as simple as taking a nightly walk—the aim is simply to restore adequate circulation to problem areas.

Katharin Czink works as the Medical Watch producer for WGN TV, a network providing local and national news reports to Chicago, Illinois.

Following the revelation that nearly half of the United States’ pregnant and breastfeeding women are deficient in vitamin D, Hemorrhoid Treatment Group released an article urging readers to consider natural treatment for hemorrhoids. Though some may initially be hesitant to pursue natural healing methods over medical treatment, a quick comparison of natural hemorrhoid treatment and medical treatment reveals a severe gap in price and ease, as well as permanence.

Information provided by the Hemorrhoid Treatment Group website is not intended to be used to diagnose or treat any condition. This information is provided purely for educational purposes. Please consult your doctor for correct diagnosis and treatment, as bleeding from the rectum may be caused by many different things including life threatening conditions.

About, an online hemorrhoid treatment resource, strives to provide readers with up-to-date news and information regarding hemorrhoid treatment options, ranging from surgical intervention to all-natural healing methods and hemorrhoid prevention.

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