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Piles (hemorrhoids) Learn about piles &

How to cure naturally without Surgery.

What are piles (hemorrhoids)?

Piles (hemorrhoids) are swellings that develop
inside and around the back passage (anus).
The anal canal is the last part of the huge
intestine and is about four cm long. On the
lower stop of the anal canal is the opening to
the outdoor (normally referred to as the
anus), thru which faces pass. At the higher
end, the anal canal connects with the rectum
(also a part of the huge gut).

There is a network of small veins (blood

vessels) within the lining of the anal canal.
These veins sometimes become wider and
engorged with more blood than usual. The
engorged veins and the overlying tissue may
then form into one or more small swellings
called piles.

Different types of piles?

1- INTERNAL PILES: Internal piles are
usually not painful but these bleed when
they are irritated such as during the
passage of hard stools. They can be
classified into four grades:

piles present as a swelling outside
the anus. Its create irritation and
itching. These can be painful
sometimes and usually do not bleed.

Grade of Internal Hemorrhoids.

Internal Hemorrhoids are classified into four grade

Grade 1 - there are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of
the anus. They are not visible

Grade 2 - larger than grade 1 hemorrhoids, but also inside the anus.
When passing a stool, they may get pushed out, but return unaided

Grade 3 - often called prolapsed hemorrhoids, these appear outside

the anus. The patient may feel them hanging out. They can be pushed
back in if the patient presses with their finger
Grade 4 - these cannot be pushed back in and need to be treated by a
doctor. They are large and stay outside the anus all the time.

External hemorrhoids are called perianal hematoma. These are small lumps
that are located on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can
be painful if a blood clot forms inside (thrombosed external hemorrhoid).
Thrombosed external hemorrhoid requires medical treatment straight away.

What are the causes of Piles (Hemorrhoids) ?

These include the following:
Constipation: passing large stools (faeces), and straining at the toilet.
These increase the pressure in and around the veins in the anus and seem
to be a common reason for piles to develop.
Pregnancy: Piles are common during pregnancy. This is probably due to
pressure effects of the baby lying above the rectum and anus, and the
affect that the change in hormones during pregnancy can have on the
Ageing: The tissues in the lining of the anus may become less supportive
as we get older.
Hereditary factors: Some people may inherit a weakness of the wall of
the veins in the anal region.
Poor muscle tone in the rectal region
Sedentary lifestyle
Overuse of laxatives or enemas
Lifting heavy weights habitually

What are the Symptoms of Piles?

Symptoms vary depending upon the site of piles, duration
of complaints and general health of the person.
Protrusion of piles outside the anus; this usually occurs after defecation,
prolonged standing or unusual physical exertion.
Bleeding from the anus: This can occur before, during or after stools. This
will be bright red blood, not usually mixed with the stools, but often seen on
the toilet paper.

Soreness, pain, itching in the anal region Bleeding from anus after
passing a stool.
Pains like burning , soreness during and after passing stool.
A lumps hanging down outside the anus which may need to push
back after passing a stool.
Sensation of something coming down, or a bulge or lump at the anus.

What are the Symptoms of Piles ?

Symptoms vary depending upon the site of piles, duration of

complaints and general health of the person.

Who gets piles?

Piles can occur at any age, but are more common
in older people. They affect both men and women.
In fact, most people suffer from piles at some time,
but usually they are nothing more than a
temporary problem. Many experts believe that
they are caused by continuous high pressure in the
veins of the body, which occurs because humans
stand upright. They are particularly common in
pregnancy because of the additional pressure from
the baby, and because of hormonal changes.
Sometimes they result from straining hard to pass
faces, which is more likely if you do not eat enough
fiber, or lifting heavy weights. They are not caused
by sitting on hot radiators or cold, hard surfaces, or
by sedentary jobs. A family history, as with many
other health-related problems, is frequently found
and is likely to be a significant risk factor for
developing piles.

1. Older people

2. Pregnancy
3. Obesity

4. Hereditary factor ( A family history)

How do I know its just piles?

How do I know its just piles?

Piles often cause bleeding, but the blood

tends to be on the paper or the pan, or on
the edge of your stool. It tends to be bright
red and you may also pass mucus. The
bleeding of piles is often linked to pain,
itching or soreness just inside your bottom
or on the skin around it. You may also
notice a lump protruding from your bottom.
One kind of pile (called an external pile or
perianal haematoma) can cause a sudden,
intensely painful lump just outside your
anus. The pain usually settles on its own
within 2-3 days, but if you catch it early
your doctor may be able to remove the
blood and relieve the pain.

Why surgery is not advisable for Treating Piles?

At the point when one has been determined to have piles, the following evident thing that
comes into one's psyche is its treatment. The main treatment for piles or hemorrhoids that is
offered by Allopath is the surgical alternative. There is no other treatment in allopath. The
greater part of the patients are apprehensive or careful about completing a surgery. There are
a few impediments of this surgical alternative. Surgery is lumbering and costly too. In the
meantime, the very reason for surgery is lost when this issue repeats after some season of
completing surgery. Now and again, individuals don't know about the likelihood of piles being
dealt with in some other way and wind up completing surgery. They don't glance around or
make an inquiry or two for different potential outcomes i.e. option or corresponding
treatment for piles.

It is just later when the issue repeats that

they lament their choice of completing
surgery and begin searching for few
choices. Surgery is not generally advised.
But in allopath there is chance of
reoccurrence also after surgery if the
cause does not rectified or modified

How Homeopathy Help to cure Piles (Hemorrhoids)?

Homeopathy medicines for piles are very highly
effective in management of piles and the symptoms
associated with it such as pain, bleeding, itching,
etc. The point to be emphasized is that the relief of
symptoms is obtained with absolute gentleness and
without invasion or surgery of any kind. Besides,
the condition has high backslide rate taking after
surgical treatment, since surgery does not focus on
the main drivers such as hereditary inclinations,
periodic clogging, and so forth. Homeopathic drugs
work at the root level and can change these
hereditary inclinations accordingly decreasing odds
of backslide and repeat of the condition essentially.
Homeopathy treatment reduces the intra
abdominal pressure. There are good medicines that
relieve constipation which plays major role in
developing piles. The common homeopathy
medicines are bryonia, alumina, nux vom,
anacardium, lycopodium, platina, Homeopathy
treatment relieves the pain effectively within a
short period of time.

The most important homeopathy medicines for piles:

The common medicines for piles pain are collinsonia,
aesculus, muriatic acid, ratanhia, aconite, capsicum,
lachesis etc.The bleeding of piles can be stopped in few
hours by proper homeopathic medicines.
The common medicines are china, carboveg, acid
nitric, millefolium, hamammalis, etc

The itching condition in piles can be controlled by

sulphur, aesculus, aloes, etc
The large size of the piles which feels by hand can be
reduced by suitable homeopathic medicines like
sulphur, thuja, calcarea flour, calcarea phos,
hamammalis, etc

Different ways to prevent piles

1) Piles if not controlled in time can create problems in the long
run, follow the tips below for preventing piles.
2) Besides the homeopathic treatment it is very important to
maintain a healthy life style and healthy food habits.
3) Increase intake of fluids (Juices & Water) .
4) High fiber diet.
5) Exercise regularly.

6) Sit in warm water tub for minimum 10 minutes.

7) Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.

8) Avoid processed foods.

9) Control your weight.

10) Avoid too much of alcohol.

11) Quit smoking.
12) Avoid prolonged sitting posture.
13) Avoid late night sleep or night shift job.
14) Try to keep a balance of your mental stress level.
15) Daily physical activities like morning walk, jogging, yoga are
must to practice.

1.Increase intake of

2.Sit in warm water


3.Control your weight

6.High Fiber diet

4.Avoid late night


5.Quit smoking

7.Eat more fresh fruits and


Tips on how to
prevent piles

8.Exercise regularly

9. Avoid processed foods

10.Try to keep a balance of your

mental stress level.

11. Avoid
too much
of alcohol.

Conclusion :
Piles are lifestyle disorder health problems. If you are maintaining a healthy lifestyle,
healthy food habit no chance of occurring piles. Surgery for piles is not the solution to
cure it permanently, but one option to manage the symptoms if there is heavy bleeding
or in 4th grade where it does not go inside automatically. At the 1st to 3rd stage of piles the
homeopathy treatment can manage the symptoms effectively and give a long standing
and permanent cure.

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