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If you have severe pain in the hemorrhoids which is not decreased by creams and paracetamol, it is likely that you have either a prolapsed hemorrhoid or a thrombosed hemorrhoid.
Please consult your doctor - you will need the thrombosis to be removed and the hemorrhoid replaced inside the rectum.
Meanwhile, please apply a ice pack over the hemorrhoids for some relief.
You can also apply Xylocaine gel ( a mild anesthetic gel) over the hemorrhoids and the surrounding ares to numb the area and decrease the pain.
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If it is a thrombosed haemorrhoid, which i suspect is what it is, then a xylocaine gel will help relieve the pain but the thrombosis will need to be removed for the pain to decrease. there are no medicines to remove the thromosis (clot).
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