1. Hot iron to treat hemorrhoids.http://more-distractible.org/musings/2014/4/15/ask-dr-rob-medical-wreckords
During Medieval times, physicians made use of the cautery irons to treat the hemorrhoids. St. Fiacre (an Irish monk in the 7th century) was believed to be the hero of hemorrhoid sufferers. They had to pray him. If not, the victims of hemorrhoid would certainly be sent to the monks who press the anus with the red hot iron. The disease was usually called St. Fiacre's curse.
2. Clyster syringeshttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Clyster_syringes.jpg
Clyster syringes in Medieval times were used to perform enemas. Clyster syringe is a lengthy metal tube full of a medicinal liquid which was injected right into the rectum through the anus. The procedure was called enema and it was for the therapy of constipation or bowel cleansing. Some Clyster syringes had a cup on the end to load the liquid. An enema or clyster syringe was a part of different health treatments throughout the era. This kind of surgical devices came to be preferred and also most preferred clinical treatment during the time. Later many forms of the device were created which were used for other purposes as well. An alcohol enema was practiced for the recreational usage to become intoxicated faster.