Friday, 6 July 2012

Hemorrhoids at a Glance

  • Internal hemorrhoids are clumps of tissue within the anal canal that contain blood vessels, muscle, and elastic fibers. External hemorrhoids are enlarged blood vessels surrounding the anus.

  • Internal hemorrhoids cause problems when they enlarge. The cause of the enlargement is not known.

  • Complications of internal hemorrhoids include bleeding, anal itchiness, prolapse, incarceration, and gangrene. Pain is not common.

  • The primary complication of external hemorrhoids is pain due to blood clotting in the hemorrhoidal blood vessels.

  • When dealing with hemorrhoids, it is important to exclude other diseases of the anus and rectum that may cause similar symptoms such as polyps, cancer, and diseases of the skin.
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  • Treatment of hemorrhoids includes over-the-counter topical medications, sclerotherapy, rubber band ligation, heat coagulation, cryotherapy, anal dilation, Doppler ligation, sphincterotomy, and surgical hemorrhoidectomy. But why to spend take much money when you can heal yourself from hemorrhoids only using VENAPRO.
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1 comment:

  1. The primary complication of external hemorrhoids is pain due

    Phòng khám đa khoa quốc tế Hcm chuyên khám các bệnh phụ khoa, nam khoa, bệnh xã hội, chuẩn đoán bệnh chính xác, dakhoa tphcm đem lại hiệu qua cao cho bệnh nhân.