Say No To Hemorrhoid Surgery

08/27/2014

Say No To Hemorrhoid Surgery

 

We have the first part of an interview between hemorrhoids authority Janet Pfeiffer and Australian medical journalist Emma Fahey, which discussed some common hemorrhoid treatment myths, and the role diet and nutrition can play in helping you to cure hemorrhoids.

This is the rest of the interview with Janet and Emma, dealing with strategies for curing your hemorrhoids without surgery.

Here’s the rest of the interview:

Emma Fahey: “Janet, you worked with surgeons for so many years – you even assisted in theatre with operations. I’m surprised you say surgery should be a last resort. Why?”

Janet Pfeiffer: “What needs to be understood is that hemorrhoid surgery is not a cure, as such.

“If your hemorrhoids were caused by a bout of heavy lifting, for instance, surgery to remove the distended vein may provide a solution, without any recurrence, providing you don’t lift anything too heavy again.

“However, it does indicate that you may have some weakening of your venous strength. Instead of surgery, it would be far better to treat that weakness, which would help to fortify the veins, return them to their normal size, and prevent or greatly reduce the chance of further episodes.

“But if, as an example, your hemorrhoids are caused by excessive straining on the toilet, you could easily have more hemorrhoids again after surgery.

“Unless you correct what caused the problem in the first place, and in this example stop the straining, you have a good chance that they will return.”

EF: “Do many people require more than one operation?”

JP: “Multiple surgeries are not uncommon. It’s not something you hear much about, simply because it’s not a topic many people like talking about. And, in my experience, doctors rarely tell their patients about this.”

EF: “How bad do your hemorrhoids have to be, before surgery is the only option?”

JP: ” By the time most people go to see a doctor, surgeon or natural healthcare specialist, their hemorrhoids are usually quite advanced. I would estimate that 85% of people have had their hemorrhoids for at least 10 years (sometimes 20 or 30 years) before they do something about it. Fear and embarrassment stop them seeking treatment, so by the time they decide, their hemorrhoids are usually at a fairly advanced stage.

“Of course, the earlier you start any treatment, the easier it will be and the faster you will see results. But I have come across very few cases where natural treatments did not work.

“The main problem I see with hemorrhoid sufferers is procrastination. In order to cure the problem you need to take action. If you wait and do nothing, they will not improve.”

EF: “Are supplements the only way to avoid hemorrhoid surgery, or are there are treatments?”

JP: “Supplements do work – and there are countless studies to prove it. But there is also a medical device you can use yourself at home which, when tested in Europe, had a success rate of 78% – and 12 months later all those people were still free of their hemorrhoids.

“If I had hemorrhoids, surgery would be a last resort. I would not be thinking about it until I had given the natural methods a decent try. When you consider that most sufferers have had their hemorrhoids for so many years, surely it’s worth waiting a little longer. By curing your hemorrhoids, you also have the potential to improve many other aspects of your health.”

For those who haven’t read the first part of the interview, click Cure Your Hemorrhoids Forever.

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