Piles or hemorrhoids generally appear in a constipated individual. The general assumption is a person who is overweight or obese is more prone to constipation. This is because there is less physical activity leading to less bowel movement. The restricted movement of the bowel can also cause constipation and can ultimately lead to piles. Does the presence of piles or hemorrhoids cause weight loss?
When the digestive juices in the stomach wash backwards up, an irritation happens near the chest and it is called heartburn. Most of us get heartburn at some point or the other. The only consolation is most of us do not get them regularly. But for some heartburn can become a regular affair and can lead to GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) more commonly termed as Acid Reflux. Can you get esophageal cancer from acid reflux? The probability is very minimal but it still exists. Let us analyze.
Though gallstones and liver stones are used interchangeably, the liver stones we are referring here are strictly the stones that are found in the liver and not in the gallbladder. A simple Google search would leave us confused because they are used interchangeably and most liver stones are referred as only gallstones. So what are the differences between liver stones and gallstones?