Hemorrhoids Remedy

June 5th, 2007

Having hemorrhoids surgically removed often seems like an enticing remedy to people who have been suffering from this condition for many years. After applying over-the-counter treatments and never feeling anything but temporary relief, it is understandable for someone to want to get rid of hemorrhoids forever. However, with surgery comes consequences that people should definitely consider beforehand.

Patients who undergo hemorrhoidectomies always experience pain in the following weeks. While surgery is intended to be a long-term solution, the pain is definitely something to consider, especially since hemorrhoids can return after surgery. Besides, the main reason people seek hemorrhoids remedies is to ease the pain, and surgery can be a painful solution! There has to be a better way!

Another common side effect is the inability to urinate after surgery. This is so common that hospitals will not even release patients until they have successfully urinated. Less likely, although very possible, consequences of a hemorrhoidectomy include the loss of bladder or bowel control, hematomas, and infections. Laser surgery, often touted as a safe and painless procedure, can cause deep tissue damage. Fortunately, you can get rid of your hemorrhoids with a safe, all-Natural Remedy!

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Hypothyroid treatment

June 5th, 2007

Thyroid and pituitary glands are part of the endocrinal system of the human body. This endocrinal system is responsible for secreting hormones directly into the blood stream. The thyroid and pituitary glands work in tandem and are interdependent. They also support each other in the processes that the body needs to carry out. For example, whenever the thyroid is under active, the pituitary tries to correct it by releasing an anterior pituitary hormone that stimulates the function of the thyroid gland.

Any thyroid treatment should ideally start with a physical examination to ascertain whether the thyroid gland is enlarged or not. This is done to rule out goiter, which is an abnormally enlarged thyroid that can occur due to iodine deficiency.

In cases of Hypothyroidism or an under active thyroid, it is imperative to establish the type of Hypothyroidism prevalent in the patient. Generally speaking, the condition of an under active thyroid can be classified as:

  • Primary Hypothyroidism - a condition that develops in the thyroid itself.

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