Hemorrhoids, a dilation of the veins that originates as a consequence of weakness in the muscular wall of the anal region, cause a lot of discomfort, but especially in the case of pregnant women, who may suffer this disorder for the first time during pregnancy because of of the increase in blood volume that occurs in the area of ​​the uterus, which increases pressure on the legs and veins of the pelvis.

Well, the European Proctological Center seems to have found a solution - non-invasive and non-invasive - to deal with this disorder. The new one antihemorrhoids technique it does not require anesthesia or hospital admission, and leaves no scars, which improves the quality of life of women after pregnancy and does not involve any risk to the baby during breastfeeding. The therapy is known as 'Hemobye', and consists of an apparatus that works by modulated currents, which eliminates hemorrhoids without causing side effects.

The new treatment for hemorrhoids allows to alleviate the discomfort that women have because of their cause after pregnancy, and does not involve any risk to the baby during lactation

Dr. Federico Sánchez, member of the European Proctological Center, affirms that by applying this series of currents it is possible to eliminate the contracture and, therefore, the pain, and also the congestion that occurs as a consequence of the increase of vascularization in that area disappears. the pelvis and even decreases the inflammation of the surrounding nerves.

The specialist highlights the advantages of this technique compared to traditional treatments because when the woman is breastfeeding the baby, any medication that is taken will also be excreted by the milk. For this reason, during the lactation period drugs must be avoided, and if the woman suffers from hemorrhoids, medication can not be administered, and 'Hemobye' is a local treatment, which is applied to the mother but does not affect at all. to the baby.

Hemorrhoids | Piles | How To Get Rid Of Hemorrhoids | Hemorrhoids Treatment (November 2019).