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5 Things You Should Know About Varicose Veins:
Pesky, puffy and sometimes painful, varicose veins affect many individuals, especially those above the age of 50. Mostly found in the legs, varicose veins are blue or flesh coloured swollen veins that bulge out from the surface of the skin.

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Indulging In Physical Activity Post Hernia Surgery:
Surgery, of any kind, involves a lot of care to fasten the recovery process. One should not indulge in any kind of strenuous work post-surgery and should follow maximum rest and care.

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Radiofrequency Ablation treatment for unsightly Varicose Veins :
Varicose veins are enlarged unsightly veins of reddish blue colour appearing on the lower limb or back side of the calf. These veins, if not treated well may become permanent.

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The treatment and recovery process for appendicitis :
Appendicitis is the inflammation of appendix that can be chronic or acute. It results to abdomen pain that may result to a surgery.

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Effective Gallstone prevention tips :
Gallstone is not seen as a life-threatening disease but there are some risk factors associated with this medical condition that are out of control. There are various things that can be done to prevent developing these pebble like pieces of material in the gallbladder.

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Open Surgery vs Laparoscopic Surgery :
With the advent of technology, conventional operations and techniques are being replaced with modern minimally invasive techniques. These developments have led to the bridging of large gaps between the treatment and recovery time.

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Varicose Veins Myths and Facts :
As per medical experts about one third of the adult population suffers from varicose veins at some point in their life. Both women and men are equally affected, however women are more susceptible to this disease.

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All You Need To Know About Piles :
Hemorrhoids or Piles are usually a painless condition in which a group of internal tissues or veins tend to inflame in the anal canal. Like any other muscle spot, it contains blood vessels, support tissue and elastic fibers.

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Causes and Risk Factors of Hemorrhoids :
Hemorrhoids commonly known as piles is a medical condition in which the veins in the anus and lower rectum get swollen. This medical condition is similar to varicose veins and can result from a number of causes.

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How to Prevent Hernia When Exercising :
Abdominal hernia is commonly caused due to excessive strain and muscle stretch. Irregular exercise routines and misguided gym practices may lead to tissue damage and weakening of internal muscles, which later lead to severe complications and pain.

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Five Gallstone Symptoms One Shouldn’t Ignore :
Gallbladder is a small organ that is situated in the right side of your abdomen just below the liver. This pear shaped organ holds the digestive fluid called bile that is released in the small intestine.

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Few points to remember while recovering from laparoscopic surgeries

Every laparoscopic surgery department has the latest technology and infrastructure, also the experienced physicians.

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Laser treatment: A right choice for hemorrhoids recovery

Are you experiencing piles? And want to mitigate from the bothersome and painful signs of the hemorrhoids? Then book an appointment with Dr. Hemendra and live happy & healthy life for the rest of the years.

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Causes and Occurrence of Interstitial Hernia:
Interstitial inguinal hernia is an extremely rare type of inguinal hernia and can be easily confused with a Spigelian hernia, especially when it gets inflamed. Interstitial hernia are not easily detectable and requires standard radiology techniques for the diagnosis.

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Do Not Be Afraid To Get Checked For Anal Fissures :
Anal fissure is a small cut or tear on the lining of the anus that can be really painful. This crack of skin can lead to severe pain and bleeding during and after bowel movements.

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How to Prevent Hernia When Exercising :
Varicose Veins is a serious health condition which is often characterized by its visibility on the skin. This medical condition is more complicated than how it looks. Leaving it untreated can be threatening and patients may have to face various symptoms such as fatigue, itching, pain and discomfort in the legs and even swelling of the skin.
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