Haemorrhoids are nodular enlargements of veins in the lower part of the rectum and anal canal. It is a very common condition that affects about 70% of people over thirty years of age and more likely to affect men. The haemorrhoids can be found in younger people, as well. Formation of haemorrhoids occurs when the mucous membrane is not rigidly fixed to undermucous ligaments and mucosa slips outwards.
Internal haemorrhoids are formed by extentension of the mucous membrane in the walls of the rectum, usually a result of an increase of intra-abdominal pressure. This happens during pregnancy, obesity, while pushing on bowels, or coughing, for example. With the increase of intra-abdominal pressure, the venous plexus swells, and may cause bleeding or prolapse of venous plexus before the anus. Haemorrhoids often bleed during or after defecation. The relsease of pressure will relieve the symptoms. Typically, after emptying the surface of faecal is the appearance bright red blood. Blood from a haemorrhoid can be absorbed. As such, the pouch of skin can refill with blood and create new haemorrhoid. Bleeding should not be underestimated, as it may not be an indication of haemorrhoids, but also may be a symptom of colon cancer.
External haemorrhoids are found on the exterior surface of the anus. The vessels expand and create a sac that is soft, painless, and visible to the naked eye. Usually, external haemorrhoids do not bleed.
Problems occur when it is impossible to drain accumulated blood, most often due to excessive pushing on bowel movement. In this case, there is accumulated blood and a haemorrhoid forms and becomes painful. In most cases, this type of haemorrhoids must be removed surgically.
How does cream Vermione STRONG works?
In both cases, we recommend applying Vermione STRONG, which due to the high content of active enzyme substance dissolves necrotic tissue, blood clots, thus accelerating the healing process of haemorrhoids. In 90% of cases, application of STRONG replace surgery.
Recommended application: 2x daily locally on the affected area