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Do You Have Phlebitis?

18th November 2009
Phlebitis can have very serious consequences. However, there are simple diagnostic and treatment procedures available. This article explains the symptoms and treatments for this disorder. A red or pink discoloration in the skin overlying the inflamed v... Read >
Author: DaveRoberts

Symptoms of Aneurysms are Prominent in Older People

15th October 2009
Although most people will relate to hearing the word "aneurysm" thinking something wrong with the brain, the more common aneurysm symptoms are prominently located in the aorta. Plus, more aneurysms are prevalent in the lower extremities manifested by olde... Read >
Author: David nalin

Thrombosed or Clotted Hemorrhoids - Pain Relief At Home

24th September 2009
Are you suffering from thrombosed or clotted hemorrhoid? A regular hemorrhoidal flair up is bad enough, but when a hemorrhoid becomes thrombosed - meaning there is a blood clot inside making it swell even further - the pain can quickly become unbearable. ... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

How Long Does It Take To Get Rid Of Hemorrhoids - Do You Know?

24th September 2009
How long does it take to get rid of hemorrhoids? Well, it depends. There are around 80 per cent of people globally who suffer from hemorrhoids. Women who have had children usually experience hemorrhoids temporarily. There are times where these come an... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

Treatment of Thrombosed External Hemorrhoids - A Relatively Serious Condition

24th September 2009
Looking for treatment of thrombosed external hemorrhoids? What exactly is thrombosed external hemorrhoids? Well it means the original hemorrhoid becomes compacted with blood causing extreme pain as well as swelling in the area. So thrombosis literally mea... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

Treatment For Thrombosed Hemorrhoids - Simple and Effective Ways

24th September 2009
Is there a best treatment for thrombosed hemorrhoids? A thrombosed hemorrhoid sounds a bit worse than it really is, although sufferers would never want to downplay the pain and agony that they cause. A thrombosis occurs - in any part of the body - whe... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

Understand Bleeding, Thrombosed and Prolapsed Hemorrhoid

21st September 2009
Hemorrhoids may be classified as either internal or external. Further these can be sub classified as bleeding, thrombosed and prolapsed hemorrhoid. External hemorrhoid is normally more painful when compared with internal piles. When hemorrhoids becomes fu... Read >
Author: Chris V

Hemoids Causes - What Causes Hemorrhoids Or Piles? Be Pain Free!

18th June 2009
Hemroids CausesThere are two kinds of - external and internal hemroids causes. Thrombosed hemroids cuauses is essentially a complication of the external kind and it occurs when there's a blood clot on the inside of the anus - it's also called a thrombus. ... Read >
Author: Bennie Melendez

What is a Dry Socket?

12th June 2009
Even though they aren't life threatening like bleeding or abscesses, dry sockets can be extremely painful. They are very common following surgery, and happen to be one of the most painful post extraction problems. Dry sockets are more common with removal ... Read >
Author: Antwan Richardson

Bone Fractures and Internal Fixation

29th May 2009
The challenge of fractures through the ages has been how to manage the severe pain, immediate disability and long term sequelae of these acutely presenting emergencies, making broken bones clear priorities due to the large number of incidences. The variet... Read >
Author: David Ravech

What is deep vein thrombosis (DVT)? Am I at risk?

17th April 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Dr. Jennifer Feeny Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a condition in which a blood clot (a blockage) forms in a deep vein, usually in the leg. Former vice-president Dick Cheney was treated for a DVT in 2007. David Bloom, a news reporter w... Read >
Author: Dr. Jennifer Feeny

Blockage of the Kidney Arteries: an Overview

17th December 2008
There are two kidney arteries-one delivers blood to the right kidney, the other to the left kidney. These arteries divide into a lot of smaller arteries. When renal arteries become partly or totally blocked kidney failure and/or high blood pressure can h... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Complete Information on Essential Thrombocytosis

18th July 2008
Essential thrombocytosis is chronic disorder myeloproliferative. Myeloproliferative means the not controlled production of the cells by marrow. Essential thrombocytosis is characterized by the overproduction of the cells of precursor to the plates of bloo... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

New Way to Reverse Poor Circulation

09th April 2008
Poor circulation, also known as peripheral arterial disease, means there is a problem with the blood flow in your arteries. This condition can produce such symptoms as pain in the legs or feet, fatigue, and cramps. These are symptoms usually present in th... Read >
Author: Mitamins Team

Cultural food - Special Confinement food for after delivery care.

15th June 2007
Among the Asian, many ethnic groups have their own after birth dietary care. This is based on the belief that the health of the mother is significantly weakened during the childbearing period and the labour process where lots of blood is lost. For the ... Read >
Author: Fancymask
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