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The gold vein, or piles, is a common name frequently used for haemorrhoids. In Germany it  is called goldner ader, in Hungary aranyér and in Russia геморрой. The malfunction is caused by pathological bulging of veins in the rectum - knots are formed on the veins. Consequently, blood is blocked in these knots and, not circulating properly, it cannot return to the heart as it is supposed to do. Depending on seriousness of the disease the rectum is swelled and bleeding, furthermore,  it  itches and hurts. Haemorrhoids - a gold vein - has become one of the most proliferated diseases, its occurence is quite frequent. It can be detected at 70 to 80 per cent of adult population. The percentage increases with the age of  population; males are afflicted a bit more frequently by the disease. Also, pregnant women may suffer from haemorrhoids as well.


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One renowned Asian natural healer once said: "Thap nhan cuu tri" which literally translated means "nine out of ten people suffer from the gold vein". He is very likely right, for everyone once in his life, within a certain period, has got this disease.

If you observe blood on the toilet paper, after defecation, please do not ignore this fact. It could be you who starts to be affected by this unpleasent disease.

To detect "a gold vein" on your own body is not a very pleasing thing. It occurs on a very intimate part of the body and therefore many of us prefer to conceal it. They are ashamed of the health problem. Patients, people afflicted by the disease, mostly do not fancy seeing a doctor and waiting in long queues to be examined. They rather wait on how the disease will progress. Many people live with the disease all their lives even though it can be seen, judging by their appearance, how much they are suffering. The disease has a negative impact on their overall health condition and, to a certain extent, it also negatively afflicts their happy family lives.

 


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