Posted by Biomedic Labs Enzyme Specialists on July 25, 2014
According to the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NDDIC) which sites the Journal of Surgical Research, 93 percent of patients who undergo abdominal surgery develop adhesions. Yet very few patients are warned about this risk before their procedure.
What are Adhesions?
Abdominal adhesions are the buildup of dry fibrous tissue that connect and restrict the movement of organs in the abdominal cavity. Normally these organs are very slippery and the movement of these organs is vital to their proper function. When scar tissue restricts movement problems can occur.
Most of the conditions that occur during an abdominal surgery can contribute to this eventual development of scar tissue. Any incisions, organs becoming too dry or sensitivity to materials used in surgical gloves or gauze and blood clots that were not removed can contribute to the development of scar tissue.
Many people have adhesions and do not feel any symptoms. For others, symptoms may appear years after a procedure as scar tissue develops around areas of inflammation. Many who feel the effects of abdominal adhesions experience chronic abdominal pain. Other problems include infertility and ectopic pregnancy, and intestinal blockages.
Intestinal blockages are important to address quickly as they can lead to complete intestinal blockages. A complete intestinal blockage requires emergency surgery to remove. Symptoms that may indicate an emergency include nausea, vomiting, abdominal swelling, constipation, and loud bowel sounds.
Diagnosis and Treatment
An article from WebMD informs that adhesions can only be diagnosed and treated through laparoscopic surgery. This surgery requires small incisions that place a tiny camera in the abdominal cavity to view the adhesions. Adhesions can usually be removed during the same diagnostic procedure. Occasionally a more invasive surgery with a larger incision must be performed to completely remove the adhesion.
Unfortunately, very often any procedure done to remove adhesions simply results in more adhesions. The only way to effectively remove adhesions will cause more adhesions so the problem is not resolved at all.
Unlike many medical conditions, adhesions are rarely improved even through exercise and diet. Occasionally a diet high in liquids can address some intestinal blockage problems.
While it may be distressing to hear that a problem which occurs in 93% of people who have abdominal surgery has no long term treatment, there are safe alternatives to traditional approaches. Scar tissue that causes adhesions is made from a protein called fibrin. The systemic enzyme serrapeptase eats away at excess fibrin in the body. It also reduces inflammation which can lead to adhesions. Don’t wait until you experience pain to start taking systemic enzymes. They can go to work at preventing adhesions before they become a problem. In addition to preventing adhesions, systemic enzymes have the added benefit of helping you feel healthier and younger.
Serracor-NK and Serra RX are two supplements from Biomedic Labs RX that contain serrapeptase. These supplements are formulated to work together to fight scar tissue and inflammation and encourage your body’s natural functions.
Discuss Your Pain with Your Doctor
If you are experiencing abdominal pain and have had a surgical procedure, discuss the pain with your doctor. Make sure that you are not in danger of a complete intestinal blockage and inform your doctor of your decision to try systemic enzymes to relieve the symptoms. Avoid invasive procedures and use a natural, healthy alternative.
Don’t feel hopeless if you are facing an abdominal procedure or you are experiencing the effects of adhesions. Systemic enzymes are the key to feeling healthy and preventing undesirable inflammatory responses following surgical procedures. Take control of your care and avoid additional procedures by taking Serracor-NK and Serra RX80.
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