Już po pierwszym zastosowaniu Anurexu dokuczliwe pieczenie ustąpiło na wiele godzin, a napuchnięte hemoroidy widocznie się pomniejszyły.
Dzięki leczeniu Anurexem uniknąłem operacji. Dziękuję za pomoc.
Po wielu tygodniach cierpienia, zastosowałem Anurex i natychmiast poczułem ulgę.
Nie odczuwam już dokuczliwego bólu, mogę siedzieć i poruszać się bez dyskomfortu.
Sprawdziłem skuteczność tej metody. Teraz będę polecał Anurex moim pacjentom...
Po zastosowaniu Anurexu czuję się komfortowo. Anurex polecił mi znajomy, teraz mogę mu tylko podziękować za poradę. Anurex naprawdę działa!!!
Stosowałem już wiele metod na hemoroidy: czopki, maści, nasiadówki. Skuteczny okazał się Anurex.
Krioterapia w leczeniu opuchlizny i uśmierzaniu bólu stosowana jest od wieków. Cieszę się, że opatentowaliście ją w leczeniu hemoroidów. To działa!
Walczę z hemoroidami bezskutecznie od 10 lat. Wygląda na to że nareszcie wygrywam.
Leczę się na hemoroidy od wielu lat. Do tej pory wydawałem na leczenie kilkaset złotych rocznie. Inwestycja w Anurex okazała się skuteczna i opłacalna.
Moje problemy z hemoroidami zaczęły się po ciąży. Walczyłam z nimi na różne sposoby. Jestem bardzo zadowolona z efektów, jakie osiągam z pomocą Anurexu.
Advice from the Rudd Clinic
Internal Medicine World Report:
"Doctor to Doctor: Anusitis - A Commonly Missed Diagnosis"
Cold Comfort for Rectal Irritation
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Woman's World Magazine
If you suffer from embarrassing anal itching and hemorrhoid treatments don't bring relief, you're not alone. New research reveals as many as 34 percent of people undergoing hemorrhoid treatment actually have a condition called anusitis, says William W. Rudd, M.D., of the Rudd Clinic for Colon and Rectal Surgery in Toronto.
Unlike hemorrhoids, which are varicose venis inside the rectum or around te opening of the anus, anusitis is an inflammation caused by irritation to the tissued in the 1,5-inch-long canal that connects the anus and the large intestine. The inflammation makes the skin in that area crack, triggering itching and pain. Many patients also notice bright-red blood in their stool ant that's where the confusion sets in."The bleeding is seen as a sign of hemorrhoids," Dr. Rudd says. "But anusitis actually causes rectal bleeding more often than anything else."
The good news: anusitis can be relieved instantly at home with Anurex, an over-the-coutner cooling suppository that is stored in the freezer before use. The cold causes engorged blood vessels to constrict, soothing inflammation, swelling, pain and bleeding. According to a recent study involving 265 people, Anurex is more than 90 percent effective. And to keep problems for recurrind, Dr. Rudd suggests:
*Limiting coffee consumption to two or three cups daily. Many anusitis sufferers have their problem because they overload on coffee - sometimes drinking 15 or more cups a day. It doesn't help to switch to decaf, Dr. Rudd says. And other beverages may also provoke a reaction, including cola and beer.
*Avoiding spicy foods. The top no-nos: hot peppers, onions, tomato sauces and curry.
*Using medicated pads, like Tucks, to soothe sensitive tissues. Dust with corn starch afterward to keep the area free of moisture.
*Talking time to de-stress every day to help prevent constipation, another anal-canal irritant. "
Prescription for Nutritional Healing
Here is the expanded second edition of America's best-selling guide to nutritional herbal, and complementary therapies. With nearly two milion copies of the first edition in print, the new edition carries on the tradition of providing drug-free remedies for over three hundred ailments and disordesr - adding fifty additional health problems to its coverage. The new edition incorporates the most important up-to-date findings in the field of nutrition - from chromium picolinate to melatonin to shark cartilage. It also provides the latest reseaech on herbal medicine - examining cat's claw, saw palmetto, yohimbe, kombucha, and much more. Written by a medical doctor and a certified nutritionist, this newly revised book provides all the information needed for the avarage person to design his or her own nutritional program for better health.
The book is divided into three parts. Part One explains and lists the various types of nutrients, food stores and drugstores; Part Two describes common disorders, from acne to cancer to yeast infection, and names the supplements that can be used to combat the conditions; and Part Three is a guide to traditional remedes and therapies that can be used in conjunction with a nutritional program. In addition, there are helpful self-diagnostic tests and insets troughout the book that offer in-depth coverage af a wide variety of topics.
Included in the edition of Prescription for Nutritional Healing are the latest research and theories an the treatment of aging, Alzheimer's disease, chronic fatigue, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, HIV and AIDS, intertility, inflammatory bowel disorders, osteoporosis, and a host of other critical subjects. Written in an easy0to0understand style, this new edition will fast become an indispensable health resource for you and your family."
Prescription for Naturitational Healing - 1997
The Toronto Sun
Have you given up hope of ever getting rid of rectal irritation?
Every year I see patients who have tried an array of over-the-counler preparations. They've consulted a variety of physicians to no avail. And some have undergone a hemorrhoidecotomy operation without relief of symptoms.
But for many of this patients relief is as close as the refrigeration door. Anurex, a cold rectal probc, is one of the best kept secrets for terating this irritaing problem. Rectal irritation maybe associates with poor hygiene and hemorrhoids. But there's another condition called anusits which is often the culprit. And I doubt that one patient in a thousand has ever heard of this diagnosis.
But they're not alone. Dr. William Rudd, director of the Rudd Clinic for _____ and Rectal Surgery, in Toronto, says that for years doctors have failed to diagnose anusitis.
Anusitis causes a slight amount of discharge around the anal area. This constant welness macarelec the skin and causes multiple tiny cracks which trigger itchin it starts a vicious cycle. The more patients scratch the more they itch.
A major complaint is a burning sensation inside and outside the anus. There is no sweling, but blood is often found on toilet, paper and occiasionally considerable bleeding occurs. Inserting a finger into the anus causes pain.
Rudd and his colleagues examined 100 consecutive patientts who were referres to the clinic for rectal problems. Both the referring doctors and the patients believed their symptoms were due to hemorrhoids. But only 31% actually had this problem. Thirty-four per cent sufferes from anusitis. The rest has a variety of anal and rectal troubles.
It's logical to ask, ''How could so many plwsicians fail to notice this inflamed area just inside the anus?'' According to Russ, it's as easy as fallling of a log, for serval reason.
The anal canal, Rudd explains, is the bowel's ''no-man's land.'' It's only 3.0 cm (1.2 inches) in length. Moreover, unlike the higher rectal area, the anal canal in always collapsed. And a collapsed bowel isn't as easy to see as on that's dilated.
There's also an important technical problem which makes diagnosis difficult. During sigmidoscopic examonation doctors insert a lighted instrument into the large bowel searching for polyps, inflammation or mailingnancy. During insertion and withdrawal of the sigmoidoscope it passes through the short, collapsed and canal so quickly that anusitis goes undetected.
What causes anusitis? Rudd says the main offenders are coffee, beer, colas, pizza and garlic. Antibiotics, dirrhea and tension can be factors. And, on race occasions, smoking and foos allergics.
A change in dietary lifestyle is the long-term answer for treating anusitis. But immediate relief is as close as the refrigerator's freezer.
There's nothing new about the application of cold temperature (eryoherapy) to relieve swelling ans pain of sports injuries. And it's often used to terat premalignant conditions in gynecology. But until recently no one thought of using crythoterapy to soothe the symptoms of anal irritation.
Anurex, whichcontains a cold-retaining gel, is cooled in the refrigerator's freezer for a minimum on the hour. A water-souble lubricant is applied to the Anurex probe ans the anus. It's then inserted into the anus like a rectal suppository.
Cooling quickly decreases the local blood flow, inflammation and swelling. This relieves the pain, descharge and bleeding. And since Anurex acts directly on the anal canal, it is much safer than a chemical or steroid.
The Anurex probe is left in the rectum for sic minutes, removed, washed, placed back in the Anurex container and then back in the freezer. A deep freeze is too cold.
n mild cases Anurex should be used once daily. For severe cases it's needed twice a day for two weeks. The best approach is to continue to use Anurex for a few days after the symptoms have gone.
The first few times Anurex is used it feels quite cold. One must persist to take advantage of its soonthing effect.
Anurex gives results. In a series of 220 patients, 90% were relieved of itching and burning within one to two days. It also helps those who say. "I have a leakage that stains my underwear." Small wonder that some patients call it their "magic wand."
The best potection against anusitis is a healthy lifestyle. This means a high-fibre diet and ample amounts of water, which keeps bowel movements soft like toothpaste. Soft stools don't irritate the bowel's sensitive lininh and they auard against conlipation."
The Toronto Sun - May 1997
The Financial Post
Have you given up hope of ever getting rid of rectal irritation? Every year I see patients who have tries an array of over-the-counter preparations. They've consulted a variety of physicians to no avail. And some have undergone a hemorrhoidectomy without relief of symptoms.
However, for many of these patients, relief is as close an the refrigerator door. Anurex, a cold rectal probe, is one oh the best-kept secrets for treating this irritating problem. Rectal irritation maybe assiociated with poor hygiene and hemorrhoids. But there's another condition called anusitis that is often the culprit and I doubt one patient in a thousand has every heard of this diagnosis.
They're not alone. Dr. William Rudd, director of the Rudd Clinic for Colon and Rectal Surgery in Toronto, claims that for years doctor have failed to diagnose anusitis. Anusitis causes a slight amount of discharge around the anal area. This constant wetness macerates the skin and causes multiple tiny cracks that trigger itching. It starts a vicious cycle. The more patients scratch the more they itch.
A major complant is a buring sensatio, inside and outside the anus. There is no swelling, but blood is often found on toilet paper and occasionally considerable bleeding occurs,. Inserting a finger into the anus causes pain.
Rudd and his colleagues examined 100 consecutive patients referred to the clinic for rectal problems. Both the referring doctors and the patients belived their sympthoms were due to hemorrhoids. But only 31% actually had this problem; 34% suffered from anusitis. The rest had a variety of anal and rectal troubles.
It's logical to ask, "How could so many physicians fail to notice this inflamed area just inside the anus?" Russ says it's casy.
The anal canal, he explains, is the bowel's "no man's land." It's only three centimeters in length. Moreover, unlike the higher rectal area, the anal canal is always collapsed. And a collapsed bowel isn't as easy to see as a dilated one.
There's also an important techmocal problem that makes diagnosis difficult. During signoidoscopic examination, doctors insert a lighted instrument into the large bowel to search for polyps, inflammation or malignancy. During insertion and withdrawal of the signoidoscope, it passes trough the short, collapsed anal canal so quickly that annusitis goes undetected.
What causes anusitis? Rudd claims the main offenders are coffee, beer, colas, pizza and garlic. Anibicotics, diarrhea and tension can be factors; on rare occasions, smoking and food allergies. A change in diet is the long-term answer for treating anusitis. But immediate relief is as close as the refiegerator's freezier.
There's nothing new about the aplication of cold (cryotherapy) to relieve swelling ans sports injuries. And it's often used to treat premalignant conditions in gynecology. However, until recently, no one thought of using cryothepary to soothe the symptoms of anal imitation.
Anurex, which contains a cold retaining gel, is cooled in the freezer for a minimum of one hour. A watersouble lubricant is applied to the Anurex probe and to the anus. It's then insertedinto the anus like a rectal suppository.
Cooling quickly decreases the local blood flow, inflammation and swelling. This relieves the pain, discharge and bleeding. And since Anurex acts directly on the anal canal it is much safer than a chemical or steriod.
The Anurex probe is left in the rectum for six minutes, removed, washed, places back in the Anurex container and then back in the freezer. A dep freezer is too cold. In mild cases, Anurex should be used one daily. For severe cases, it's needed twice a day for two weeks. The best approach is to continue to use Anurex for a few days after the symptoms have gone. The first few times Anures is used it feels quite cold. One mustpersist to take advantage of its soqthing effect.
Anurex gives good results. In a series os 220 patients, 90% were relieved of itching and buring wihin one to two days. It also helps those who say. "I have a leakage that stains my underwear." Small wonder some patients call it their "magic wand."
The best protection agains anusitis is a healthy lifestyle. This mean a high-fibre diet and ample anounts of water that keep bowel movements soft. Soft stools don't irritate the bowel's sensitive lining and they guard against constipation."
The Finicial Post - Jun 1997
Good news for millions of Americans! An amazing drug-free remedy brings relief from the pain, irching and discomfort of hemorrhoids in just minutes.
In clinical trials conduced by an independent expert, 90 percent of sufferes found their hemorrhoid flare-ups ended within two days using the nonprescription product, Anurex. It's more effective, serfer and cheaper to use than other nonprescription treatments, says the expert, Dr. William Rudd, founder and director of the Rudd Clinic for Colon and Rectal Surgery in Toronto.
"It's a terrefic product." be concluded, after a five-year stydu involving more than 220 patients. Anurex is a small tube containing a cold-retaining gel that is kept in your freezer between uses. When the itching and buring of hemorrhoids strike, you simply insert the cooling tube at the site of the pain and symptoms are soothed away in minutes.
Surveys show that up to 10 million Americans suffer from hemorroides, a problem caused by swollen blood vessels in the lining of the anal canal. Suppositores ans creams are often inffective, because they fail to reach the irritated area with sufficent concetration of medication to get rid of the problem, says Dr. Rudd.
But the reusable Anurex "probe" succeds by using cold therapy - the same way cold compresses effectively treat the swelling caused by athletic injures. "The cooling quickly decreases the local blood flow, inflammation and swelling and this relieves the pain, discharge and bleeding." Dr. Rudd rold The ENQUIRER. "The probe is left in for six minutes, removes, washed, pur into its container and then back in the preezer."
Anurex usually overcomes, the hemorrhoid flare-up "within one or two days," said Dr. Rudd. Dr. Kenneth Walker, a Toronto gynecologist and leading medical juornalist in the U.S. and Canada, says his patients have had impressive results using Anurex: "It's a good product - Iwoudl use it myself."
Ron Weinstein - president of Vital Health Products, Inc., of Avon, Conn., which distributes Anurex - adds, "It's simple to use, clean ang osorless."
Because Adurex is reusable and effective fora full six months, it ends up begin less costly than other nonprescription remedles, said Dr. Rudd. "It's cheap compares to suppositiores and creams."
The product is also "much safer," he pointed out. "Anurex has no side effects - it Doesn't have any chemicials to which whe patient can be allergie. This just simple cold." "
National Enquirer - May 1994
The Medical Post
TORONTO - Anusitis is the frequently missed anal diahnosis "hands down" said Dr. Bill Rudd, director of the Rudd Clinic in Toronto.
IHis evidence is based on a series of patients diagnosed by physicians as having hemorroids, who actually have anusitis, an inflammation of the anal canal quite distinct from irritation of the rectum and extrenal skin.
The anal canal is a very short 3cm long collapsed structure that doesn't bold suppositiores, which go up into the rectal ampulla, or cream, which goes into the skin. Since the area changes from columnar to squamous epithellum, the buring pain is felt only distal, not proximal to the dentate line.
Pruritus ani, which is almost always caused by an impreceptible discharge to the outside, also indicates anusitis. Diagnosis of anusitis "is very very simple and yet it's being missed so much," said Dr. Rudd.
The circumferentail lesion involes no sweling or prolapse, and "when anybody has bleeding the think it's automatically hemorrhoids. Not true," said Dr. Rudd at the recent Rudd Clinic Seminar. When the buttock's are separated there is no extremal pain or evidence of peri-anal swelling or fissures. However, digital examination reveals a circumferentail pain that is "absolutely charactecriste," he said.
Anusopes or sigmoisoscopes used to examine the rectal ampulla must be withdrawn slowly, since anusuitis is often missed when the instrument is "yankod out" too quickly. "Unless you really make an effort to make it come out trought the anal canal very, very slowly, you're going to miss it every time," said Dr. Rudd.
Food and drin are "far and away the most common causes" of anusitis, followed by antibiotics, tension, smoking and food allergies, said Dr. Rudd. Long-term teratment means no coffee, beer colas and garlic, as well as elimination of diarrhea and stress. However, immediate results can be attained with cryotherapy.
To soothe the muoosa of the anal canal. Anurex, a reusable probe files with a cold gel, is placed in the freezer of the refrigerator for at least an hour before use, the probe is then inserted into the anus for six minutes. The probe can be used as often as needed, but at least twice a day while three is pain, and once daily when tha pain decreases. Treatment should be continued for one week following relief and parients prone to anusitis should use it before and after, for example, "a night of boozing." he said.
After a petient told Dr. Rudd that crushed ice in a condom had cured his anusitis, it took him another nine months and 220 ceesecutive patients to be convidence Anurex really works. The initial improvement rate was 93% and a further single-blind study also showed its effecacy. Dr. Rudd said vascontriction decreates the blood flow and edema fluis, but possibly also alters the pH level in the bacterial flora of the anal canal.
The probe is resable for six months at which time the cold retaining get breaks down an becomes less effective. It is nondegradable, does not involve chemicials or steroids and is thus safe during pregnancy.
The only problem maybe motivating pateints to apply something cold, but "it's not something you have to be afraid of, because ice is something that's been used for hundreds of years quite effectively," Dr. Rudd told the audience.
TOTONTO- Anal stenois is casy to miss, but very casy to diagnose and even easier to treat. "Folloeing anusitis, anal stenosis is the second most commonly missed anal problem," said Dr. Paul Byrne at a recent Rudd Clinic Seminar here. Primary anal stenosis is caused by an inclasic band of scar tissue located near the trip of the internal sphineter.
Diagnosis is made on the basis of history and can resemble other types of anal lesions," but the patients virtually always talk about the fact that they have narrow canal, said Dr. Byrne.
Examination is made by seporaling the buttocks, chocking for scar tissue and doing a digital examination. Diagnosis is bassed on bidigital examination to feel for the band of scar tissue. Dr. Byrne said anal stencis many occur seccedury to sphincer spasm pruritus and recurrent 'fissures, and can occur in individalus who don't eat enough fibre and have repeated small bowel moversent. However the vast majority occurs secondary to surgery for cither hemorrhoids of fissures.
According to Dr. Byrne, a colon and rectal surgeon at the Rudd Clinic in Toronto, conservative treatment "virtually never works," and of available surgical treatments the simples and most effective is the so-called Rudd Clinic anoplasty which requires minimal instrumentation and is usually done in the office.
With the index finger in the anal canal, local anesthetie is introduced on the sides of either buttock. A radial inition is made and artery forceps used to separate the skin from subcutanous tissue, while the fibrous band is separated from the sphineter.
The band is streatched with two fingers in the anal canal and grasped between two astery forceps and dividod. Finger pressure applied to the anal canal for two to three minutes coetrols bleeding. The procedure is repeaded on the other buttock to ensure the band is completly divided. Two fingers placed in the anal canal control bleeding and a cotton ball placed between the buttocks acts as the nocessary dressing. Folkwing anoplasty, patients are taught to use a dilator.
Dr. Byrne said 94 of 103 patients received good to excellent results with anoplasty, while 6% had some improvement and 3% were not helped by the procedure. The procedure was efficacious in 97% of patients. According to Dr. Bill Rudd, director of the Rudd Clinic, mere dilation should not be undertaken to treat anal stenosis. "Forced anal dilation-don't do it," he said.
Since anal stenosis is caused by a ring of scar tissue it should be surgically removed so as not to stretch normal structures and cause innontinence and damage to the internal sphincter. "
National Enquirer - May 1994
The Australian Journal of Pharmacy
The self-care industry id really boorning. Now there's even FDA-approved, do-it-yourself cryotherapy for hemorrhoid relief.
Though is sounds hightech, the mail-order at home version is actually rather simple: Anurex, as it's called, is a coolant-filed plastic probe that you pop in the freezer for an hour, lubricate, then insert rectally for six to wight minutes. The pinky-finger-sized device delivers numbing cold relief.
Besides acting as a natural anesthetic, they ice probe shunts blood away from the piles (varicose venis), reducing swelling.
eople who've tried Anurex say the twice-a-day deep-freezer treatment takes some getting used to. But the quick relief, they say, is very persuasive.
Dr. William Rudd, a Toronto colon and rectal surgeon, was skeptical at first. But in studies with 220 of his patients, 95% said the device was effective in relieving symptoms.
Dr, Jose Velasco, a hemorrhoid expert at Weiss Memorial Hospital in Chicago, says Anurex could also be a help to patients who undergo rubber-band therapy.
To order, write: Anurex Relief Labs, 12555 Biscayne Blvd, Suite 970, Miami, FL 33181. Cost: $29.95. Each probe is reusable for about six months, according to the manufacturer. -H.W"
American Health - Jun 1988
TORONTO - A reusable freezer-gel probe that temporarily soothes and shrinks swollen hemorrhoidal tissue has been found to provide relief in more than 90 percent of test patients, according to specialists here at the Rudd Clinic.
TCalled Anurex, the 10-cm probe is filled with a cold-retaning fluid gel. Once the probe is suffciently cooled in the freezer, patients insert the device into the rectum. After about an eight-minute treatment, relief from anorectal pain and irritation may lat between one to four hours.
Recently tested by physicians at the clinic, some 85 out of the 87 patients who experimented with the device reported symptomatic improvement of the least 20 percent.
There were no adverse effects reported in any of the users, and according to Dr. William Rudd, founder and director of the Rudd Clinic, "this is the treatment of choice for anusitis."
Unlike suppositories, Anurex decreases blood flow in the anorectal area, and possibly alters both the pH and the bacterial flora of the anal cana, both of which may also be benefical. In the Rudd Clinic series, physicians found the device helpful in a number of setting, including post-operative pain, anal fissures, cryptitis anal proctalgia fugax, as well as hemorrhoids and paruritis.
"If the lession in extremely painful and swollen, patients may not be able to get to probe in," said Dr, Rudd. "(And if this is the case), I would suggest that they use a topical analgesic cream.""
Ontorio Medicine - Mar 1988
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