Thanks for posting query.
Treatment depends on the degree of prolapse and the severity of symptoms.
- First-degree or second-degree hemorrhoids
can usually be treated conservatively ( increasing dietary fibres, oral fluids to maintain hydration, on-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID
)s, sitz bath, and rest as long as symptoms are minor. If symptoms are severe, especially bleeding or pain, then referral are required.
Don’t worry grade II hemorrhoids don’t usually need operation
Consult your physician for further management.
Dr Sourav Ganguly.