Hemorrhoids are lesions in the veins of the rectum that lead to painful lumps. People who are forced to sit for a long time or be in one position are more susceptible to the disease. In women, the risk of hemorrhoids is higher, since this is facilitated by the anatomical structure of their genitourinary organs. It is customary to call hemorrhoids small bumps that come out of the anus, but this is only one of the manifestations of the disease. Hemorrhoids begin to develop in the mucous membrane or submucosa of the rectum, closer to the anus.
The main provocateurs of the disease:
poor blood circulation in the pelvic area;
frequent or sudden weight lifting;
weak vascular walls;
rectal injury. Constipation, diarrhea, the use of laxatives – all this leads to the development of hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids go through several stages in succession, if it is not cured in time.
Expansion of veins, trauma to the walls of the mucous membrane with difficult bowel movements. At the same time, a person feels a slight burning sensation and tingling sensation, it may not even be noticeable blood.
The dilated veins swell, forming knots. They give the feeling of a foreign body in the gut. During emptying, they are injured, bleed. Knots can come out under heavy load. The person experiences pain during bowel movements.
The nodes are greatly enlarged, they constantly fall out even from the slightest physical activity, they have to be constantly adjusted manually. Cracks appear in the intestine, bleeding becomes profuse.
At the last stage, the nodes are no longer possible to correct, they swell greatly, take a red-blue tint. Only their surgical removal is shown here.
In the early stages, treatment is reduced to conservative. It is enough to use candles, tablets and special ointments. At stages 3 and 4, it may be necessary to remove the inflamed nodes.
The combined complex application of candles with ointment and herbs (herbal teas) enhances the effect at times.
Rectal suppositories have long been successfully used to eliminate hemorrhoids.
prevent blood clots;
improve blood circulation;
prevent the fragility of blood vessels, have a tonic effect on the veins.
constrict blood vessels;
restore mucous tissue.
improve venous blood flow;
stimulate the regeneration of damaged tissues.
They quickly eliminate inflammation and relieve painful sensations.
They help to eliminate inflammation and painful sensations, have a very mild effect, practically have no contraindications, but the treatment should be long-term.