Piles Disease Symptoms: What Is Piles Disease | Treating Hemorrhoids

Home Remedies and Treatment for Hemorrhoids or Piles

Hemorrhoids or piles are certain types of inflammation that occur in the rectal area. These inflammations happen due to the varicose veins present near the rectum or anus. The kind of hemorrhoid experienced by a person varies depending on the area affected. One such type is the internal hemorrhoid, which generally affects the veins within the rectum causing some bleeding. There is also the prolapsed hemorrhoid, which can bulge into your anus to the outside. Lastly, the veins outside the anus, which can be really itchy and painful, are the main targets of external hemorrhoid.

These types of hemorrhoid could be generally treated through with some alternative methods.

What Are the Herbal Natural Cures for Piles Disease

Almost any person can develop hemorrhoids in their anus at some period in his life. In particular, people who have parents with hemorrhoids may also experience the same predicament as well as pregnant women due to the strain of carrying the baby and overweight individuals who spend too much time lifting or standing. However, piles or hemorrhoids are generally treatable with natural herbal medicines to help relieve the pain, itching, swelling, and other discomfort.

  • One useful way of treating hemorrhoid is by using a moist comfrey, which is powdered comfrey mixed with vegetable oil. This preparation can be applied as a paste. Comfrey is effective because of its properties that stimulate the immune system, hasten the development of new skin, and aid in healing the wound.
  • Psyllium can also help ease the bowel movement, thereby minimizing the pain, bleeding, itching, and other symptoms.
  • Witch hazel is also effective in relieving the discomforts of hemorrhoids. You can try wiping the affected area with cotton that is soaked in witch hazel. It is a good substance that gives a cool and soothing feeling.
  • Moreover, aloe is also considered to be a stool softener. You can apply aloe directly into the hemorrhoids. Powdered aloe is also available in some stores, which can be used as directed.
  • Drinking butcher’s broom tea that is sweetened with honey may also help you treat hemorrhoids. Butcher’s tea contains good anti-inflammatory and vaso-constricting properties that can cure hemorrhoids.
  • Powdered horse chestnut also provides relief in the discomforts of hemorrhoids. By applying the powder directly into the hemorrhoid, the inflammation can be reduced.

7 Comments

  1. AN said:

    Since 3 weeks I am experiencing pain near my anal region. The pain is excruciating when I sit down. What is the problem? Is it due to piles?

    May 30, 2014
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    • PUP said:

      There are many reasons for pain in anus. It can be due to prolapsed pile, it can be due to anal fissure, a boil or small abscess can also give rise to pain in anal area while sitting. Consult your physician as he may be able to tell you the condition after examination. However, in any case you may find relief by sitting in a half filled tub of warm water. Sit for 10 minutes two times in a day. It is called seitz bath.

      June 2, 2014
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  2. GB said:

    My stools are very hard and I find it very difficult to pass during a bowel movement. Bowel movements are usually once or two times in a week. What should I do? Am I suffering from a condition called constipation?

    November 25, 2014
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    • PUP said:

      You are suffering from constipation. It is one of the most common human complaints. Constipation can occur due to several reasons. It can be from organic causes such as thyroid disease, obstruction in the large intestine, hernia, etc. Chronic constipation can also be due to faulty dietary habit, abuse of laxative, lack of exercise, painful conditions like piles and fissures, regular use of certain drugs such as codeine, antidepressants etc. There are several other hosts of causes. You can begin with certain home measures for few days; if they are not effective consult your doctor.
      • Include in your diet high fiber content like bran, green leafy vegetables, which are known to increase the bulk and frequency of stool.
      • Drink 8 to 9 glasses of water in a day.
      • Exercise regularly. Walk for 30 minutes in morning.
      • Avoid excess of coffee and tea.
      • Practice yoga.

      November 25, 2014
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  3. LM said:

    It has been a week now. I am experiencing something coming out from the anus, probably piles, and they are swollen. What should I do?

    January 30, 2015
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    • PUP said:

      Piles or hemorrhoids are rectal veins which have enlarged in size. They get swollen and inflamed. Several factors are responsible for piles such as chronic constipation, ageing, hereditary, anal intercourse. Here are few tips to alleviate pain and swelling.
      • Sit in a bath tub half filled with warm water for 15 minutes. It is called sitz bath.
      • Avoid eating spicy and oily food.
      • Eat half teaspoon of roasted cumin seeds with one glass of water.
      • Drink juice extracted from radish once in a day.
      • Eat two to three bananas during day.
      • Drink enough water.
      • Eat more vegetables and fruits.

      February 2, 2015
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  4. DS said:

    I am experiencing continuous bleeding every time I pass the stool. It first started with a bum in my anus and now I am having a deep wound on my rectum. Please suggest what should I do? I really need help fast.

    May 15, 2016
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