ULTRA CLEAR PLUS
ALL NATURAL HERBAL REMEDY WHICH IS VERY SAFE TO USE FOR ALL TYPES OF SKINS
FOR ALL FAMILY
FOR ALL FAMILY MEMBERS ITS SUPER EFFECTIVE FOR ALL TYPES OF HEMORRHOIDS, FISSURE, PILES AND VARICOSE VEINS.
MANUFACTURED IN EUROPE WITH GMP MANUFACTURING FACILITY
IS ULTRA CLEAR PLUS SAFE?
OF COURSE IT IS SAFE
IS IT HERBAL?
100% HERBAL NO CHEMICALS
IS IT SAFE FOR PREGNANT?
SURE IT CAN BE USED BY PREGNANT
CAN BE USED FOR ALL TYPES OF HEMORRHOIDS?
YES, IT CAN BE USED FOR ALL TYPES OF HEMORRHOIDS, PILES, FISSURE AND SPIDER VEINS.
HOW TO USE ULTRA CLEAR PLUS
To be applied with massage,
over a clean and a dry surface,
2-3 cm inside the rectum and
around the rim of the sphincter,
twice a day, every day,
CAN BE USED FOR ALL AGES AND FAMILY?
SURE, IT CAN BE USED BY ALL AGES AND ALL FAMILY MEMBERS
what are hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the lowest part of your rectum and anus. Sometimes the walls of these blood vessels stretch so thin that the veins bulge and get irritated, especially when you poop.
Swollen hemorrhoids are also called piles.
any body can have it
Hemorrhoids aren’t a rare, strange condition. Many people — men and women alike — have them. It’s only when they swell and cause problems that you realize they’re there. About half of people bleed, have pain, or other symptoms by the time they turn 50. And women may get them during pregnancy.
what causes them?
We’re not sure exactly. You may be more likely to get them if you spend a lot of time on the toilet, perhaps because of diarrhea, or have a hard time going because you’re constipated. Straining to lift heavy things might be to blame. They’re more common as you get older and when you’re overweight or pregnant. If your parents had them, you may get them, too.
One of the most common signs is painless bleeding, usually when you go to the bathroom. You might notice a little blood on the toilet paper or in the bowl. Your bottom may itch, hurt, or have tiny bulges around your anus. Hemorrhoids aren’t the only reason for these symptoms, though. You should see your doctor to rule out other problems.
internal and external
When a hemorrhoid from inside pushes outside or “prolapses,” it can bleed, hurt, and itch. It may go back in on its own as the swelling goes down, or you can gently nudge it back. A blood clot that forms in a hemorrhoid just under the skin outside is a thrombosis. It might get hard and sore and could bleed if it breaks. If the clot goes away, it may leave behind a little piece of skin called a skin tag that can bother you.