Hemorrhoids - a disease Hemorrhoidal
Hemorrhoids, loosestrife, haemorrhoids - different names for the same anatomical structure, physiologically present in every human being.Haemorrhoids, located on the anal canal, have the task of caulk "valve" that the anal sphincter muscles are. Only pathological congestion and enlargement, often accompanied by local inflammation and symptoms as itching, bleeding and loss of nodules - called hemorrhoidal disease.
Hemorrhoidal disease - the so-called. Hemorrhoids - is the most common disease proktologicznym. They have the disorder from 30% to 50% of the human population. The incidence of the disease increases with age and people over 40 years of age nearly 60% of people experience problems caused by this disease. For every 100 patients presenting to a GP, one suffering from hemorrhoidal disease.
Symptom that usually encourages patients to visit the doctor, is bleeding after defecation. In addition to bleeding, a common symptom of hemorrhoidal disease is itching around the anus u. Itching is often not associated with hemorrhoids, because in the early stages of the disease may occur as a symptom only. This often delays the diagnosis and appropriate treatment of the disease.
The symptom common but overlooked by patients, is the feeling of incomplete bowel movements, caused by ... pathologically engorged, enlarged hemorrhoids. Stimulation of the anus by pathologically enlarged hemorrhoids "cheats" brain, causing the patient tries to defecate. Increasing the so-called. abdominal pressure, in the normal process bowel movements, accelerates defecation but in a situation where pathologically bloodshot haemorrhoids "pretend" residual stool - increasing the pumping results in increased venous stasis in the vessels pelvic and ... further expansion of nodules, and this in turn increases feeling of incomplete bowel movement. The vicious circle closes! If this phenomenon occurs frequently, it leads to accelerate the development of the disease, bleeding or prolapse of the rectum nodules.
Hemorrhoidal Disease is - in its initial stage - almost exclusively treated conservatively. Preparations in the form of suppositories and ointments, anti-inflammatory and analgesic, written by general practitioners, do not remove the disease but only part of its ill effects !!! causes impose 'self of the patient and the doctor . As a result, Hemorrhoidal disease can develop freely, causing periodic intensification of ailments alleviated by medicaments. Often this process takes many years, until the moment when Hemorrhoidal disease reaches such a degree of sophistication that symptomatic treatment has no effect. The patient is then routed to the surgery. Only then it turns out that the current stage of hemorrhoidal disease makes it difficult or even preclude the minimally invasive surgical treatment and "condemns" the patient to classical surgical methods. These methods have one thing in common - they are very painful in the postoperative period. So the question is - why male peers "lead" to such a significant delay for the causal treatment? The delay for the causal treatment is not due to malice doctors. Teacher patients with hemorrhoidal disease is not directed them immediately to the treatment classic, because at the first stage classic treatment of hemorrhoidal disease would be "shooting from cannon to fly". Why they not guided minimally invasive surgery patients? The answer is simple - it was not yet effective and safe, instrumental treatment of hemorrhoidal disease and second degree !!!. All minimally invasive methods (instrumental) were effective only from II - III stage of the disease.
HEMORON Method ® is the first minimally invasive method allowing for effective treatment of hemorrhoidal disease in all its stages. Note, however, that the earlier the treatment the patient will take this treatment is shorter and more effective. An additional argument for a broad application of the method HEMORON ® is its high safety, efficiency and simplicity.
In my estimation, this method is the least invasive of all minimally invasive methods currently used in the world. A detailed description of the method HEMORON ® can be found in the "About treatment"