Elaine asked in HealthWomen's Health · 6 years ago

Would hemorhiod cream work to reduce puffy ankles?

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  • 6 years ago

    No of course not. Puffy ankles could be a sign of heart problems you need to see a Doctor.

  • 5 years ago

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    The main symptoms include bleeding during the bowel movement and itching. The first thing that people do to cure hemorrhoids is get an OTC medication, without knowing their possible side effects.

  • E.
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    6 years ago

    No. Hemorrhoid ointment shrinks inflammation when in contact with the inflammation. Puffy ankles are caused by inflammation. It's caused by fluids in your body pooling in your lower body. So you have to treat the condition that's causing the fluid down there.

  • No but eating things like melons and cucumbers and drinking black coffee might, they are natural diuretics,

    ( they make you pee) and walking and cycling and reducing the amount of salt in your diet will also help.

    If you have dark smudges under your eyes and bad breath, you may have kidney problems so go to your doctor!

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  • 6 years ago

    Thanks for all the info but I'm thinking it reduces swelling so why not swelling of ankles nothing wrong with kidneys etc itsy

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    wouldn't have thought so, for all the good that would do you probably might as well stick it up your backside

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