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    Understanding Piles Treatment

    Piles, also known as Haemorrhoids, are swollen and enlarged blood vessels inside or around the rectum and anus that can cause pain or bleeding. Let's explore Piles Treatment options via Piles laser surgery and Piles Stapler Surgery.

    Types of Piles

    INTERNAL PILES are normally located between 2 and 4 centimetres (cm) above the opening of the anus, and they are the more common type.

    EXTERNAL PILES occur on the outside edge of the anus.

    Piles can be classified into four grades

    Grade-I: In these, there are small inflammations inside the lining of the anus and are not visible.

    Grade-II: These piles are larger. They may get pushed out during the passing of stool, but they return unaided.

    Grade-III: The individual may feel the lumps protruding from the rectum. These lumps don’t return on their own but can be easily re-inserted.

    Grade-IV: These are large lumps, which remain outside of the anus. Surgery is the only treatment option.


    • A hard, possibly painful lump may be felt around the anus. It may contain coagulated blood.
    • Blood in stools.
    • There is redness or soreness around the anus.
    • Pain occurs during the passing of a stool.
    • An inability to control bowel movements

    Causes of Piles

    The blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum stretches under pressure and may swell or bulge, forming piles:

    • Chronic constipation
    • Chronic diarrhoea
    • Lifting heavy weights
    • Pregnancy
    • Obesity
    • Colon cancer
    • Spinal cord injury

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      Piles Treatment

      In earlier stages, a change in food habits can help keep the stools regular and soft. Eat high fibre food. Fruits, vegetables, and psyllium husk are a good source of fiber and roughage . Lose excessive weight. Exercise regularly

      Consult your doctor, who can prescribe you painkillers, ointments, and pads, which can help soothe redness and swelling around the anus. Laxatives can help the patient to pass stools easily and reduce pressure on the lower colon.

      Haemorrhoidectomy: In this, the excess tissue that is causing the bleeding is surgically removed.
      Banding: An elastic band is put around the base of the haemorrhoid to cut off its blood supply. After a few days, the haemorrhoid falls off.
      Haemorrhoid stapling: These days there are stapler guns which can staple the haemorrhoid tissue. This procedure is usually less painful than haemorrhoidectomy.
      Sclerotherapy: Medicine is injected to make the haemorrhoid shrink. This is effective for grade-II and grade-III haemorrhoids.

      Some common home remedies are:

      Warm bath with Epsom salt: Adding tub bath and add epsom salt to the water. This will provide relief in pain.

      Cold compresses: Apply ice packs or cold compresses to the anus to relieve swelling. For this, wrap ice inside a cloth or paper towel and do compressions for not more than 15 minutes at a time. Remember, don’t apply ice directly to the skin.

      Witch hazel: Witch hazel is rich in tannins, a natural plant compound with powerful antioxidant properties. When applied topically, it can reduce both itching and pain. It’s also a natural anti-inflammatory, so it can also reduce swelling.

      Aloe vera: It’s thought to have anti-inflammatory properties that might help reduce irritation.

      Soothing wipes: Moistened wipes help keep you clean without causing further irritation.

      Loose cotton clothing: Wear breathable cotton (especially cotton underwear) clothes to help keep the anal area both clean and dry.

      Tea tree oil: May help relieve pain, itching, and discomfort. It also helps in fighting against bacteria that could otherwise lead to infections in damaged or irritated skin.

      Coconut oil: Its antibacterial properties allow haemorrhoids to heal faster. Coconut oil may also aid in relieving constipation. You can take coconut oil for haemorrhoids by consuming it regularly or by applying it externally.