Hi thanks for your question.
First degree Haemorrides can go of itself if proper care is taken that to avoid constipation
by taking plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables and decreasing protein content of diet. If constipation still persists in spite of all above measures, taking laxative. Second degree haemorrides needs active treatment like banding or getting them removed surgically. Consult a general surgeon
who may examine you and may perform proctoscopy/sigmoidoscopy
on you to confirm the diagnosis and may decide the procedure accordingly
Hope this answers your question