Platelets are needed to help your blood to clot, so if your platelet count is low, you may start to feel tired, bruise easily, or notice your gums bleed when you brush your teeth. This condition is known as thrombocytopenia. If you’re diagnosed with thrombocytopenia, you should speak to your doctor to figure out what’s causing it and how you can combat it. Only a doctor can properly diagnose thrombocytopenia, but home remedies can help to treat the symptoms.
The issue of infertility or sterility is a great source of worry for many couples. A woman is considered infertile or has a sterility challenge when after a year of unprotected sex, she is unable to get pregnant. Even when she is able to get pregnant but unable to maintain the pregnancy or have a miscarriage in the process, she is still termed to have sterility problem.
At some point in your life you may develop hemorrhoids. The first time it happens it may be indicated by a simple blood smear on your toilet paper, (it may be harder for women to detect and they might think their period is out of cycle), to a full toilet bowl of bright red blood. Both can be a cause for alarm if you’re young and don’t have a history of hemorrhoids.
An abscess is pus that collects in pockets in many different places around the outside of the body. It is usually a thick fluid that contains lots of white blood cells, dead tissue, and bacteria. The pus may be yellow or green, have a bad smell, or appear to be thick. It is usually the result of a small infection, which causes the immune system to set off white blood cells and other antibodies to combat the infection. Sometimes, this causes tissue to die, which forms a cavity. The cavity becomes larger and larger and sometimes the pus from the infection cannot escape.
Hemorrhoids result due to the inflammation of the veins close to the anal opening or canal. Hemorrhoids are far from painless and thus if they remain for a long time than it does cause much distress. The common side effects of hemorrhoids involve bleeding during bowel movements and itchiness.
Acute glomerulonephritis is an active inflammation of the glomeruli. Human beings have about one million microscopic alternating “screens” known as glomeruli. Their function is to selectively remove uremic waste products from the kidneys.
The inflammatory process commonly starts with an infection or injury – such as a burn or trauma. The protective immune system fights off the function, scar tissue forms and the process gets completed.
Since anemia is related to iron, many of the home remedies in this article will help to improve iron levels in the blood. These home remedies should be supplemented with advice and medication given by your doctor. Always see a doctor if you are concerned that you may have anemia. This is not something that can be easily diagnosed at home.