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Facts to know about Piles and the scope
of homeopathy treatment in piles.
What are they?
Piles, also known as hemorrhoids, are swollen veins and muscle around your anus or in your
anal canal. Your...
1: Internal Piles : Internal piles are usually not painful but these bleed when they are
irritated such as during the pass...
Grade 1- there are small inflammations,
usually inside the lining of the anus.
They are not visible
Grade 2 - larger than ...
What causes hemorrhoids (piles)?
Piles develop when the veins in your anal canal become swollen.
This can happen for a num...
Piles can occur at any age, but are more common in older people. They affect
both men and women. In fact, most people suff...
How you can help yourself ?
• Piles if not controlled in time can create problems in the long run, follow
the tips below f...
 Are there any homeopathy medicines that
can help piles?
Answer :
Yes , homeopathic treatments can help to treat piles.
...
How do I know it’s just piles?
Piles often cause bleeding, but the blood tends to be on the paper or the pan, or
on the ed...
It’s always important to take notice of bleeding while passing
stool, because it can be an early warning sign of cancer of...
High-fibre diet: If you aim to eat a high-fibre diet and drink plenty of water
(between six and ten glasses a day), you sh...
Because piles are not always cured after just one
treatment, the symptoms might be caused by
the piles recurring. You migh...
Scope of Homeopathy in Hemorrhoids?
Homeopathic medicines are very highly effective in management of piles and the
symptom...
MULTICARE HOMEOPATHY TREATMENT CENTER
SHOP-HIG-4/4, Housing Board Colony
Chandrasekharpur,
Besides Nandankanan Main Rd
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Facts to know about piles and the scope of homeopathy treatment in piles.

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Piles, also known as hemorrhoids, are swollen veins and muscle around your anus or in your anal canal. Your anal canal is a short, muscular tube with blood vessels that connects your rectum (back passage) with your anus. Piles can develop when this tissue around the rectal vain becomes swollen, possibly as a result of straining on the toilet. Sometimes, piles can be painful and bleed if the rectal vain get ruptured.

Piles are also common during and after pregnancy. They may develop due to changes in the hormones (chemicals) in your body and the increased pressure in your abdomen (tummy). They usually get better once the baby is born.

You can get piles at any age, but they’re most common in people aged between 45 and 65. It’s difficult to know exactly how many people get piles

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Facts to know about piles and the scope of homeopathy treatment in piles.

  1. 1. Facts to know about Piles and the scope of homeopathy treatment in piles.
  2. 2. What are they? Piles, also known as hemorrhoids, are swollen veins and muscle around your anus or in your anal canal. Your anal canal is a short, muscular tube with blood vessels that connects your rectum (back passage) with your anus. Piles can develop when this tissue around the rectal vain becomes swollen, possibly as a result of straining on the toilet. Sometimes, piles can be painful and bleed if the rectal vain get ruptured. Piles are also common during and after pregnancy. They may develop due to changes in the hormones (chemicals) in your body and the increased pressure in your abdomen (tummy). They usually get better once the baby is born. You can get piles at any age, but they’re most common in people aged between 45 and 65. It’s difficult to know exactly how many people get piles
  3. 3. 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: 2: External Piles: External piles present as a swelling outside the anus. Its create irritation and itching. These can be painful sometimes and usually do not bleed. There are of two types piles:
  4. 4. 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. Internal Hemorrhoids are Classified into Four Grades:
  5. 5. What causes hemorrhoids (piles)? Piles develop when the veins in your anal canal become swollen. This can happen for a number of reasons, including: 1. Increased pressure in your abdomen (tummy), for example when you’re pregnant or giving birth, in constipation , hyperacidity . 2. Straining to empty your bowels, for example if you have constipation 3. Ageing – as you get older you may be more likely to get piles because your rectal vain weakens. 4. Diarrhea lasting a long time 5. Long-term coughing that increase the intra-abdominal pressure hence develop piles. 6. Having a family history of piles Some factors makes the piles worse like: 1. Frequently lifting heavy objects 2. Long periods of time sitting or travelling
  6. 6. 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 in their life, 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. Who gets piles? 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.
  7. 7. How you can help yourself ? • Piles if not controlled in time can create problems in the long run, follow the tips below for preventing piles. • Besides the homeopathic treatment it is very important to maintain a healthy life style and healthy food habits • 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 • Avoid too much of alcohol • Quit smoking • Avoid prolonged sitting posture. • Avoid late night sleep or night shift job • Try to keep a balance of your mental stress level. • Daily physical activities like morning walk, jogging, yoga are must to practice
  8. 8.  Are there any homeopathy medicines that can help piles? Answer : Yes , homeopathic treatments can help to treat piles.  Why does the skin around my anus get itchy when I have piles? Answer : Itching is often a symptom of piles. The itching occur due to the inflammatory changes that develops around the swollen rectal vain by the contact of faeces while passing stool.
  9. 9. How do I know it’s 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 ) can cause a sudden, intensely painful lump just outside your anus. The pain usually settles on its own within 2-3 days.
  10. 10. It’s always important to take notice of bleeding while passing stool, because it can be an early warning sign of cancer of the bowel. If you’ve never had piles before, you need to get it checked by your doctor even if the symptoms are typical of piles (see above). You should also see your doctor quickly if: •The blood is dark red or blackish •The blood is mixed in with the stool •The bleeding persists and you don’t have any pain, lump or itch •Your stools have become looser, if you’re going more often, for more than a couple of weeks •You’ve also gone off your food or lost weight When do I need to worry?
  11. 11. High-fibre diet: If you aim to eat a high-fibre diet and drink plenty of water (between six and ten glasses a day), you should be able to keep your faeces soft, which will help you pass them without straining. Sometimes your doctor or dietician will recommend a fibre supplement to help you. Avoid straining on the toilet: Try not to strain (push too hard) when you go to the toilet; it is better to try to pass stool only when your body is ready to do so. What can I do to prevent or treat piles?
  12. 12. Because piles are not always cured after just one treatment, the symptoms might be caused by the piles recurring. You might have been given a follow-up treatment, If, however, you develop bleeding many weeks after your hemorrhoids have successfully been treated, you should not automatically assume that your piles have recurred. Bleeding from or around the rectum can also be caused by a variety of other conditions, and you should consult your doctor if you are in doubt. What should I do if I notice bleeding from my rectum after being treated for piles?
  13. 13. Scope of Homeopathy in Hemorrhoids? Homeopathic medicines 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 that there is chance of reappearance in future after surgery too, since surgery does not focus on the main drivers such as hereditary inclinations, rise of intra abdominal pressure, and so forth. Homeopathic medicines work at the root level and may change these hereditary inclinations and helps to maintain the normal intra abdominal pressure thus offers a long standing and permanent cure to piles. There are good medicines that relieve constipation which plays major role in developing piles. There are good homeopathic medicines that cures the chronic acidity and irregular bowel movement who are the main triggers factors for developing piles. The common homeopathy medicines are bryonia, alumina, nux vom, anacardium, lycopodium, platina, aesculus, paeonia, etc Homeopathy treatment relieves the pain effectively within a short period of time.
  14. 14. MULTICARE HOMEOPATHY TREATMENT CENTER SHOP-HIG-4/4, Housing Board Colony Chandrasekharpur, Besides Nandankanan Main Rd Opp. Aditya Care Hospital Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751016 Phone: 0674-2740274 Email:multicare.homeo@yahoo.com Visiting hour: 11am to 2pm ; 6pm to 9pm Contact Us

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