Definition of piles diseases

Piles (Haemorrhoids) are swollen and inflamed blood vessels (veins) in the rectum and anus

  • ExternalPiles that are outside the anal verge
  • InternalPiles that occur inside the rectum
Causes of Piles:

The underlying process that results in Peptic ulcer formation is excess of acid production in the stomach and damage to the protective barrier inside the stomach. Certain things that can trigger excess acid production or can cause damage to the protective lining of the stomach are:

  • Genetic predisposition (weak rectal veins, walls)
  • Poor muscle tone in the rectal region
  • Constipation
  • Obesity
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Chronic cough
  • Pregnancy
  • Overuse of laxatives or enemas
  • Lifting heavy weights habitually

Homeopathic piles treatment:

Homeopathic medicines are very 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

Experience suggests that homeopathy has reasonably good treatment to offer for Polymyositis, which works at two levels:

  • 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
  • Sensation of something coming down, or a bulge or lump at the anus
  • If the piles outside the anus develop a blood clot inside, (thrombosed piles) it leads to a particularly tender, hard lump
Tips on how to prevent piles

Piles if not controlled in time can create problems in the long run, follow the tips below for preventing piles.

Diagnosis
  • Increase intake of fluids (Juices & Water)
  • High fiber diet
  • Exercise regularly
  • Sit in warm water tub for minimum 10 minutes
  • Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Avoid processed foods
  • Control your weight
  • Haematemesis (vomiting of blood)
  • Avoid too much of alcohol
  • Quit smoking