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Alternative Treatments for Rectal bleeding

Alternative and complementary therapies list for Rectal bleeding:

Alternative treatments, complementary therapeutic options, or home remedies that have been listed in various sources as possibly helpful for Rectal bleeding may include:

  • Rinse anal area with water, not toilet paper
  • Ghee-topical
  • Castor oil-topical
  • Avoid caffeine
  • Avoid acidic foods
  • Avoid spicy foods
  • Vitamin A and D ointment
  • Doughnut-shaped pillow
  • Avoid hot, spicy food
  • Avoid alcohol
  • Avoid citrus fruit
  • Avoid sour fruit
  • Maintain soft stools
  • Psyllium
  • Vitamin K
  • Vitamin K cream-topical
  • Vitamin E
  • Avoid straining during exercise and daily tasks
  • Abdominal yoga postures
  • Shatavari, kama dudha and gulwel sattva Ayurvedic herbal remedy
  • Aloe vera juice
  • Aloe vera gel (for consumption) with pinch of ginger
  • Carrot and cilantro juice
  • Cranberry and pomegranate juice
  • Coconut oil-topical
  • Turmeric and ghee-topical
  • Triphala tea or supplement
  • Triphala guggulu
  • Guduchi, neem and kama dudha Ayurvedic herbal remedy
  • Ayurvedic dietary changes

Warning About Alternative Treatments

Always check with your doctor or qualified medical professional before using any alternative or complementary treatment, or before stopping or changing any other treatment to use alternative approaches. Some treatments or preventatives may be of dubious value, and certain alternative treatments can be dangerous in some cases.

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