You Don't Have to Live with a Pain in the Derrière!
The following pictures of hemorrhoids shows the before and after surgery pictures.
The first pair of hemorrhoid photos show a very severe case of prolapsed hemorrhoids.
As you can see from the photo, it is so severe, that basically the lower part of the intestine is literally out. There is severe bleeding, and it is also severely infected.
The PAIN is just UNBEARABLE and INDESCRIBABLE when you are at this stage of a prolapsed hemorrhoid.
The second photo in this first set of photos, was taken just after having had PPH surgery.
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The next pair of photos is again about a very severe case of prolapsed hemorrhoids.
By looking at this photo, it looks like this prolapsed hemorrhoid is not as bad as the top one, but the PAIN associated must still be EXCRUCIATING, and it is a very hard hemorrhoid to cure.
The other difference with the first set of photos, is that this time the second photo is after having had a hemorrhoidectomy surgery.
The next below picture is a few weeks after the hemorrhoidectomy surgery, and it shows how the stitches have begun to heal.
But what the picture can't show and tell you, is how much PAIN and SUFFERING this person has gone through, before with their deteriorated prolapsed hemorrhoid, and sadly also after having this type of surgery.
The SADDEST part of all , is that after all this, there is a 98% chance of the hemorrhoid returning, because the source of the cause has not been fixed.
The above pictures were kindly donated to me by Barry Hsu.
I would really like to officially thank Barry for these pictures, as it has helped me so much to show what hemorrhoids really look like.
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