Hemorrhoids, which are also referred to as piles, are swollen veins in the anus and lower rectum, which are similar to varicose veins. Hemorrhoids may develop inside the rectum (also known as internal hemorrhoids) or even under the skin around the anus (also known as external hemorrhoids).
Often, the symptoms of piles are not that serious. They normally get better on their own within a few days.
An individual with piles is likely to experience the following symptoms:
Piles might even escalate into a more severe condition. Some of the symptoms seen are:
Additionally, you can take Ayurvedic medicine for hemorrhoids as it is natural and does not cause any side effects.
Note - At Arogyadham, you can take Ayurvedic treatment for hemorrhoids from the qualified doctors.
Internal hemorrhoids are located in the rectum. They can not be seen as they're too deep in your anus to be visible. They aren't normally serious and often go away on their own.
There are no nerves that detect pain in the rectum, so you may not always notice internal hemorrhoids. However, they can cause the following symptoms if they grow larger:
A prolapsed hemorrhoid occurs when internal hemorrhoids swell and stick out of the anus. A doctor may put a grade to a prolapsed hemorrhoid depending on how much it sticks out:
Prolapsed hemorrhoids seem like swollen red lumps or bumps outside your anus.
In some cases, you may need surgical treatment to remove or correct a prolapsed hemorrhoid so that they don't cause any pain or complications.
External hemorrhoids occur on the anus, directly on the surface of where bowel movements occur. They're not visible constantly but are sometimes seen as lumps on the anal surface.
A thrombosed hemorrhoid contains a blood clot in the hemorrhoid tissue. They might even appear as lumps or swelling around the anus.
Blood clots may occur in both internal and external hemorrhoids. The symptoms include:
The veins around your anus might stretch under pressure and might even bulge or swell. Hemorrhoids can develop from increased pressure in the lower rectum because of:
It can be treated by specialized proper diet and lifestyle habits and by herbal formulations such as:
The ayurvedic practitioner evaluates the overall health of an individual to determine the dominant dosha before making suggestions.
If you're experiencing hemorrhoids and want to take an Ayurvedic approach to treatment, your options are the following:
Most minor hemorrhoids can be treated with medication. No other methods are needed except if the hemorrhoids are more severe. In worse case scenarios, medications may be used in addition to procedures.
Herbal medicines are a caustic, alkaline paste used to manage hemorrhoids. The paste is made of an herbal mix. Kshara is applied to hemorrhoids using a specialized device called a slit proctoscope. In Ayurvedic medicine, this method is considered as the best approach for treating hemorrhoids.
Depending on the dosha, one will be advised to take specific medications to balance the body as one recovers. One may need to make dietary or lifestyle adjustments to support healing.
To get free consultation about the treatment of Piles from our highly experienced and qualified Ayurvedic doctors, you can contact Arogyadham via Call, Whatsapp or Email.
01.Is milk harmful to piles?
Dairy products including milk and cheese, promotes constipation and makes hemorrhoids worse. Dairy products do not cause constipation on their own but contribute to constipation discomfort during hemorrhoid outbreaks. It will exacerbate existing hemorrhoids, making them more significant and more sensitive.
02.Which food is good for piles?
03.Can walking cure piles?
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