In some cases, hemorrhoids may go away on their own without any treatment. This is especially true for mild cases of hemorrhoids that are caused by temporary factors such as constipation, pregnancy, or sitting for long periods of time.
However, if the hemorrhoids are severe or persistent, they may not go away on their own and may require medical treatment. Additionally, if the underlying cause of the hemorrhoids is not addressed, they are likely to recur even if they initially go away on their own.
It’s important to note that if you are experiencing symptoms of hemorrhoids such as bleeding, pain, or discomfort, you should consult with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of treatment for your specific case.