One of the most proven and pain free procedures is the CRH O’Regan System, a hemorrhoid banding, or rubber band ligation procedure which is a fast, effective, nonsurgical approach to hemorrhoid treatment that’s 99% effective. There's no downtime involved, it's significantly less costly than surgery, and is covered by most insurance plans. Learn how hemorrhoids can be removed painlessly, for good, in a matter of seconds.
Other Hemorrhoid Treatments:
Creams and Home Remedies
Hemorrhoid creams can alleviate discomfort like burning, itching and inflammation, and provide temporary relief during a flare-up.
This surgical procedure removes hemorrhoids, and is typically needed only for the most severe cases. Types of this surgical procedure include:
- Conventional surgical hemorrhoidectomy
- Stapled hemorrhoidectomy (PPH)
- Doppler-guided Ligation of Hemorrhoidal Arteries (THD)
- Infrared Coagulation (IRC)
This procedure uses hot infrared light to treat small or mid-sized hemorrhoids. As the treatment tends to be more superficial, multiple procedures are often required. The wait period between treatments is usually 90 days.
Ultroid Non-Surgical Hemorrhoid Treatment
This is a procedure where a probe is introduced into the anus through an anoscope which uses dc electrical current (“direct current”) to cause the hemorrhoid to scar and shrink.
Sclerotherapy: Chemical Injection Treatment
This treatment involves injecting a chemical through an anoscope into the hemorrhoid tissue, causing it to scar and shrink. Sclerotherapy is rarely practiced today because it has a high potential for complications compared to more safe and effective procedures, like rubber band ligation.