Painless Piles Treatment - No Cut, No Pain, No Stitch
Piles or Bavasir (in Hindi), a.k.a. hemorrhoids, are enlarged blood vessels that develops around the anus or lower rectum. These formations are of internal and external.
Internal hemorrhoids form in the lining of the anus and in the lower rectum. Painless rectal bleeding or prolapse of anal tissue is often associated with symptomatic internal hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoids are classified by their degree of prolapse, which helps determine treatment and management
External Piles are swellings that develop further down your anal canal, closer to your anus. They can be very painful, especially if they have a blood clot in them. The pain is usually constant and can be severe. Mostly they are small, round, discoloured lumps, one can feel them on anus or hanging down from the rectum. Piles are very common in both men and women. Studies show that almost 50 percent of population are susceptible to developing hemorrhoids by age 50.
Piles is another term for hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are collections of inflamed tissue in the anal canal. They contain blood vessels, support tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers. Many people have piles, but the symptoms are not always obvious.
Diarrhea: Hemorrhoids can occur after cases of chronic diarrhea. Chronic constipation: Straining to move stool puts additional pressure on the walls of the blood vessels. ... Heavy lifting: Repeatedly lifting heavy objects can lead to hemorrhoids. Anal intercourse: This can cause new hemorrhoids or worsen existing ones.
1. Take a sitz bath. This involves soaking your anal area in a few inches of warm water...
2. Use moist wipes. Toilet paper can be rough and irritating to external hemorrhoids. ...
3. Use a cold pack. ...
4. Avoid straining or sitting on the toilet for long periods of time. ...
5. Use an over-the-counter product.
Foods with little fiber can cause or make constipation (and therefore
hemorrhoids) worse, so it’s best to limit how much you eat of them.
* White bread and bagels.
* Milk, cheese, and other dairy.
* Processed foods such as frozen meals and fast food.