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Homeopathic Treatment for Piles
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Homeopathic Treatment for Piles

Most of the people who suffer from piles usually have a mild problem of first degree piles which can easily be treated with medicine and a proper lifestyle. Homeopathic aims at providing a gentle cure by helping patients alleviate the problem right from the root. Homeopathy not only strikes the symptoms, but also the main reason for piles which is the lump. When patients use homeopathy for piles, they are able to recover from the symptoms easily without having to worry about any side effects. Depending on the type of piles that you may be suffering from, you can either get it treated quickly, or it may take some time if it was in one of the later stages.


Piles is a disease where the person suffering from it has swollen veins and muscles around their anus or the anal canal. We have a short anal canal which is a muscular tube that connects our rectum with the anus. Piles is often considered to be a result of constipated motions which can cause the tissues to swell. Sometimes, when these tissues get damaged, there is a chance that they may bleed. Usually, people suffer from piles after the age of 45 but it can also develop during pregnancy. Piles can be internal or external. When the swellings start inside the anal canal then it is known as internal piles, it may still be visible externally, when they hang down from the anus. Depending on how far the piles have come out from the anus, they are classified as first, second, third and fourth degree internal piles; where the first is the mildest form of the problem, people who suffer from fourth degree internal piles find it very painful. On the other hand, external piles is the condition where the piles is closer to the anus.

Symptoms and Signs

Piles can usually be detected on your own by the following symptoms:

  • Bleeding when you have bowel movements. You will notice blood on your faeces or in the toilet paper.
  • You will notice a lump in or around the anus.
  • Itchy skin around your anus.
  • You may experience pain during and after bowel movements because of the lump.
  • Some people may also notice a mucous discharge or their faeces may leak.
  • Some people also complain that they have a feeling that they have not emptied their stomach completely when they have bowel movements.

These are some of the most common symptoms of piles. It usually causes discomfort to the people when have bowel movements.


Doctors check piles by checking with the patient for symptoms and then examining the patients. The examination involves checking the rectum for lumps by inserting a gloved finger in the anus of the patient. Some doctors may use a proctoscope during the examination. A proctoscope is short and narrow so that it can easily glide inside the anus. The doctor may consider further tests which may include blood tests depending on the intensity of piles that you are suffering from.