MED secondary to low body temperature pattern, secondary to DTSF, secondary to Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome, can result in decreased bowel motility. This can result in constipation and increased “straining at the stool.” Straining at the stool, in turn, can lead to increased pressure in the veins surrounding the rectum and anus leading to a bulging of those veins known as hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids can be extremely uncomfortable and bothersome to say the least. Treatment is frequently directed at the symptoms of hemorrhoidal swelling, hard stools, and straining; through the use of creams, ointments, stool softeners, and dietary changes. When Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome is the underlying cause, the situation can often be far better handled with the WT3 protocol. With proper therapy, there is a normalization of body temperature patterns which eliminates the MED that is causing the decreased bowel motility resulting in more regular bowel habits, decreased straining at the stool, and thus a decreased tendency for developing hemorrhoids. The condition of these patients hemorrhoids can often be returned very close to normal, leaving them in better shape than they have been in years.