These kinds of "disease" basically don't need treatment!
Chronic superficial gastritis-is indigestion
According to the survey, the detection rate of chronic superficial gastritis is 80%-90%. In the hospital, as long as you undergo gastroscopy, almost without exception, you will get such a lightest level of diagnosis: chronic superficial gastritis. It is difficult for clinicians to see a normal gastroscopy report with "no abnormalities in the stomach and duodenum". Therefore, some people say that almost most people have chronic superficial gastritis.
Early heartbeat-no symptoms without treatment
When the heart is beating normally, if there are some beatings in advance, it is like the rhythm of playing dance music is a little messy. This situation is called premature beats.
Many people think that premature beats should be treated immediately. In fact, it cured a disease that did not require treatment. Premature beats are not a disease in themselves, but are mostly accompanying symptoms of other heart problems.
Breast hyperplasia-pay attention to regular review
After a physical examination, eight out of ten girls had breast problems—mammary gland hyperplasia. Many women rushed to ask the doctor whether breast hyperplasia would become cancerous, and what medicine should be taken to "eliminate" the hyperplasia. In fact, most patients with breast hyperplasia do not need treatment at all.
In medicine, some breast hyperplasia is a normal physiological phenomenon. The most typical is the breast hyperplasia caused by menstruation. Women's breasts will be particularly uncomfortable before menstruation, and they feel swollen and painful, but the pain suddenly disappeared after the aunt. In addition, I often wear tight underwear for the purpose of "a ditch will cause fire", or if unhappy things happen recently, I feel depressed and mentally stressed, which can also cause short-term breast hyperplasia.
Cervical erosion-the name sounds silly
The word "erosion" is very powerful. When I heard the word cervical erosion for the first time, I had already made up for the terrible picture of "cervix begins to fester and stinks slowly, and then spread to the whole uterus". In fact, this is just a big mistake in the history of medical terms. Internationally, the name "cervical erosion" has been cancelled, and the Chinese gynecology textbook has also cancelled this title. Its true body is "ectopic cervical columnar epithelium", which is a normal physiological phenomenon.
Uterine fibroids-most of them are fine
The word "tumor" is so reminiscent of cancer! In fact, this tumor is not another tumor, and the tumor of uterine fibroids is benign. Uterine fibroids are also "frequent visitors" of gynecological physical examinations, and almost one-third of mother-level figures will encounter them. Not only do some small fibroids have no symptoms, they are also difficult to detect even in gynecological examinations, and they are only discovered by ultrasound.
Hemorrhoids-almost everyone has
Generally speaking, people with a "fire-prosperous" physique, improper diet, staying up late and "getting up" or with weak spleen are more likely to develop hemorrhoids. Only when symptoms such as bleeding, anal prolapse, and pain occur, can it be called a disease. If it does affect work and life, then treatment is needed. As long as there are no symptoms, no treatment is required.
Bone spurs-the body's self-protection
Most people immediately think of pulling the thorn when they hear a "bone spur", and want to remove the thorn and then quickly.
Floaters-normal aging of the eyes
As we age, many people develop floaters. Black shadows such as hair, gray clouds, small circles, mosquitoes, flies, small black spots, lines, and even a picture often appear in front of the eyes. The eyes themselves are not painful or red, and do not affect vision. Clinical investigations show that the incidence of floaters is more than 60% for the elderly over 60.
Xu Huifang, deputy dean of the Eye Hospital of Ningxia People's Hospital, said that floaters are caused by the aging of the vitreous body, plus excessive eye use and fatigue. When a person is young, the vitreous body remains uniformly gelatinous, but after the age of 40, the gelatinous vitreous body gradually becomes watery and a liquefied space appears. As the eyeballs move and shake, dark shadows appear in front of the eyes. Therefore, the medical name for floaters is "vitreous opacity."
In fact, the small black spots in the eyes of most floaters are "ordinary mosquitoes", which are physiological, do not affect visual function, and do not require treatment at all. As long as you take reasonable care, adapt slowly, and learn to ignore these "mosquitoes".
It turns out that we have been scaring ourselves for so many years, and we have been wrong for so long!
Note: Although these diseases basically do not need to be treated, it is still a warm reminder that everyone depends on the condition. The above is for reference only.