New Pill May Be an Alternative to Spleen Surgery

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A recently released pill claims to be an alternative to spleen surgery as well as be a remedy for liver and gout problems and general pain.

The recently released spleen pill, "SpleenRX" claims to "provide spleen sufferers with an alternative to undergoing surgery." But can people really bypass surgery and take a pill instead to relieve the pain and agony they feel?

It's a common fact that most medical professionals recommend spleen removal if the spleen becomes too enlarged and gives the person or animal constant pain, but the cost of surgery is expensive and there are many dangers that could leave the patient suffering from other problems, such as pneumonia, heart problems, reactions to medication, and injury to surrounding organs, such as the pancreas, stomach, and colon.

So… can this new pill provide people with an alternative to the high cost and risks of spleen surgery? We asked spleen repair expert Heather Johnson to review this new, revolutionary spleen pill to get the truth.

"Until now, there hasn't been an alternative to surgery," Johnson said. "Surgery is always recommended, but there are 1,000s of cases where people just need daily dietary management. I'm very impressed with the way this spleen pill was created. The ingredients used have been shown in medical studies to relive pain and help fight swelling in the spleen. This pill has also been shown to be affective with people suffering with liver and gout problems and general pain."

Johnson added that, though, she's not sure of the effectiveness of the pill, which is classified as a medical food, she did say that she believes it can be a good thing for people who would rather avoid surgery and take a pill to relieve pain.

"This is not a miracle pill, but it sure is good to have an alternative to surgery," Johnson said.

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