Piles, sometimes called hemorrhoids, are swollen veins that mimic the appearance of varicose veins on the sides of the rectum and anus. While external hemorrhoids can develop under the layers of skin around the anus, internal hemorrhoids can develop inside the rectum. Approximately three out of every four adults will experience hemorrhoids occasionally. There are numerous reasons for piles; however, frequently the cause is not identified. Plenty of individuals benefit from modifications to their lives and at-home cures.




Veins within and outside the anus and the abdomen that are swollen and enlarged are called piles. They may be uncomfortable and painful, and they can lead to rectal bleeding. Another name for hemorrhoids is piles. Hemorrhoids are a part of everyone’s natural state.  However, they are generally not an issue. They only display uncomfortable symptoms as they enlarge and bulge. Hemorrhoids could form on the interior or exterior of the rectum. The specific type of vein enlargement depends on where it occurs. Types consist of:

  • External: the skin around your anus develops swollen veins. Piles on the outside can itch and hurt. They occasionally bleed. Capillaries can clot while they periodically fill themselves with blood. Despite this method being safe, it could nevertheless result in swelling and discomfort.
  • Internal: Your rectum develops swollen veins. The portion of your digestive system known as your rectum joins your colon (large intestine) and your anus. Although internal piles might bleed, they often don’t hurt.
  • Prolapse: Piles can prolapse either internally or externally, which means they can stretch and enlarge outside of your anus. The hemorrhoids in question could bleed or hurt.


Causes and Symptoms:


The key cause of the growth of piles in patients is their desk-bound lifestyle. Most of it also depends on nutrition. Many of us consume large amounts of fat, carbs, and proteins every day. But either we overlook it or we decide not to exercise. As a result, we gain weight, and our gastrointestinal system’s efficiency is compromised. As a result, patients experience issues like piles. To avoid hemorrhoids, one must eat a nutritious diet. If we don’t include enough fiber or roughage in our diets, we run the danger of getting hemorrhoids. Since fibers make up the majority of stools, they help maintain regular bowel movements. Insufficient water intake might also contribute to this problem. Some of you may feel more receptive to attack if you:

  • Are overweight or obese.
  • Are expecting.
  • Eat a diet low in fiber.
  • Have persistent diarrhea or constipation.
  • Routinely lift large objects.
  • Significant amounts of time spent in bathrooms.
  • While experiencing bowel movements, stretch.


The majority of the time, symptoms of piles don’t indicate anything serious and go away on their own. The symptoms and indicators that follow could be experienced by someone with piles:

  • Uncomfortable nodules within and surrounding the anus
  • Difficulty while passing stools and immediately after it, itchiness and tenderness surrounding the anus
  • Soiled stools
  • Excessive anal bleeding, which could result in feces incontinence, anemia, and sepsis
  • Analgesic fistula
  • Whenever analgesic fibers obstruct the hemorrhage’s supply of blood, the hemorrhage is strangled.


Homeopathic Treatment for Piles:


Medication is used in traditional allopathic therapy for piles to manage the problem but not to cure it. These medications only temporarily alleviate the symptoms; therefore, continued use is frequently required. Lotions, dressings, cushions, and NSAIDs are among the alternative therapies for piles. The length of time needed for homeopathic therapy of piles depends on the severity, duration, and speed of a patient’s response to the drug. A few weeks to a few months can pass during the course of treatment.

  • Aloe Socotrina is considered to be the best medication for treating protruding piles (internal hemorrhoids are soft tissue lumps that protrude from the anus). The jutting piles are exceedingly unpleasant and tender, have a bluish color, and look like an assortment of grapes. If necessary, people may find that applying cold to the hurting, tender, and afflicted regions is calming. They could itch terribly as well.
  • It is the most effective and popular treatment for uncomfortable hemorrhoids. It is given when you experience soreness either before or following scrotal transit. The pain continued for hours after passing a stool. The anus may cause a sharp ache that travels to the lower spine. An individual may feel as though little needles are filling their rectum. It is a medication specifically designed to treat blind piles (non-bleeding hemorrhoids) and external hemorrhoids. This medication works wonders on engorged hemorrhoidal veins, provides excellent pain relief, and aids in naturally decreasing hemorrhoids.
  • The best medication for hemorrhoids with constipation and an ineffective need to urinate is Nux Vomica. For those who use this medication, passing stool multiple times during the day is necessary to thoroughly empty the bowels. After releasing little volumes of feces during the day, they feel the need to go. Additionally, they feel considerable soreness and itchiness around the anus. Nux Vomica is the best medication to use if you have hemorrhoids or constipation brought on by drinking. Additionally, it is the best medication option for inactive pimple sufferers.
  • Muriatic acid, a popular homeopathic treatment for piles, is extremely sensitive and unpleasant, even when touched lightly. It is primarily recommended for hemorrhoids that protrude. The heaps look like a collection of violets or blueberries. A defining trait is the soreness that is soothed by warm treatments.
  • When the stool is dry and hard and there is constipation, Collinsonia Canadensis works well as a remedy. When hemorrhoids are bulging or are external and there is significant pain, it may be employed. Additionally, you can experience a distinct sense of sticks or sand in your rectum. The painful and bloody condition of hemorrhoids is also treated with this medication.
  • Hamamelis is beneficial for internal, effortless, bleeding piles. “Painless, non-bleeding hemorrhoids” is a clear sign of the use of this medication as a whole and doesn’t need to be further explained.

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