What is the risk of hemorrhoids? Is it possible to cure this disease at home? The answers to these and other questions can be found in the excellent book “Hemorrhoids Vanished“. In this article, I also want to bring three serious dangers of hemorrhoids. The first symptoms of hemorrhoids may hide more serious diseases of the rectum: trauma, intestinal bleeding, necrotic lesions, and even cancer.
Secondly, enhanced hemorrhoid vessels tend to damage and tear, which increases the risk of bleeding. The degree of blood loss varies from a small amount to massive bleeding, requiring intensive care, surgery, and even resuscitation and blood transfusion. Thirdly, the current long-term chronic hemorrhoids can cause increased blood clots in the vessels of the node.
These clots may eventually break away from the original focus and clog the vessels of other internal organs, causing ischemic attacks, pulmonary vessels, coronary arteries. Any of these conditions can cause sudden death of the patient. Therefore, it is important to begin treatment immediately if there is any reason for it to become more complicated. The cause of hemorrhoids is poor circulation in the anal area, which leads to a sedentary lifestyle; bad habits; varicose veins; prolonged constipation; damage of blood vessels in the anus (including the complicated childbirth).
An additional factor is the presence of hemorrhoids in close relatives, as the appearance of the disease does not exclude a genetic predisposition. To assign adequate treatment it is necessary to understand, whether in your case there is hemorrhoid, and specify the type and severity of its course. Don’t feel like going to a doctor? No problems! Download Susan Davis’ PDF guide now and start treating this unpleasant disease already today.
Hemorrhoids Vanished by Susan Davis