Thanks for the query.
There are multiple treatment options to treat internal haemorrhoids. We first try the non-surgical methods, like high fibre diet, plenty of liquids, topical steroid injections, nitroglycerine creams, etc.
If this proves unsuccessful, rubber band ligation is mostly done in moderately severe cases.Coagulation, sclerotherapy, electrocautery and embolization are other methods.
Surgical hemorrhoidectomy is done in severe cases or when all options fail, or the procedure is opted initially itself by the patient.
Hope this helped.
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