The first hemroids doctor you probably want to look to is your general physician, with whom you hopefully already have a good working relationship. Make an appointment with him, and explain what your hemroid symptoms are to date.
If your hemroids are not complicated, not bleeding, and eligible for home treatment, your hemroids doctor will probably tell you to get more fiber in your diet, give you some recommendations for doing so, suggest warm water sitz baths, and maybe write you a prescription for a mild painkiller either in cream or tablet form for hemroid relief.
If, however, this first linesuspects any complications, he’ll refer you to the go to the next hemroids doctor in the chain, which is to say a proctologist.
Your general physician is usually familiar with all the specialists of your local area and can recommend one that is right for you, so feel free to communicate exactly what you want in a doctor who will be looking at such a delicate and private area of your body.
Always remember that in dealing with any medical professional, you are protected by the Patient Bill of Rights, which you can always ask for a copy of. The Patient Bill of Rights may vary from country to country, and perhaps minimally from establishment to establishment, but a standard part of it is your right to fully understand any treatment that will be done to you before it is done, and your right to basic human respect and freedom from discrimination or bullying.
You also have the right to choose your own provider, so always request more clarification if needed and don’t hesitate to ask for a different provider if you should at any point feel uneasy about a given doctor.