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Piles or hemorrhoids are one of the most common ailments in today's world. It is a varicose and inflamed condition of the veins, inside or just outside the rectum. In the case of external piles, there is a lot of pain but not much bleeding. In the case of internal piles, there is discharge of blood. In some cases the veins burst and this condition is termed as bleeding piles. Though disturbing and discomforting, piles are never a serious health problem.
Pain or itching.
Painful bowel movement, especially with straining a lump can be felt in the anus.
Mucous discharge after a bowel movement sometimes.
Piles Take 5 figs and clean thoroughly in hot water. Soak overnight in clean water. Take this as the first thing in the morning along with the water in which they were soaked. Also have in the evening in a similar manner. Continue this treatment for one month.
Dry figs (Anjeer). These are available at any grocers' shop.
Drink plenty of water- at least 10 glasses a day. Intake of other fluids is also recommended.
Take foods which are fibrous in nature, such as whole grain or bran, cereals, fresh vegetables and fruits.
Lose weight if you are over-weight.
Pass the bowel as soon as you feel the urge.
Don't sit too much on a hard surface because it can restrict blood flow around the anal area.
Don't strain yourself to have a bowel movement.
Don't have spicy and oily foods.
Keep approx. 1/2 gram of camphor (Kapoor) in a piece of banana and have it in the morning on an empty stomach.
For bleeding piles, take a glass of warm cow's milk and mix it in the juice of a lemon. Drink immediately. Continue for 5 days.
Take fresh juice of Indian gooseberry (Amla) on an empty stomach.
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