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Piles Treatment – The Simple Way To Nip That Discomfort In The Bud

By Gregory Gray

Piles or hemorrhoids are tissues stuffed with blood vessels lining the lower colon and the anal sphincter. The term is generally used to refer to venous swelling close to the rectum or anus. let’s face it – if you are subjected to piles ( or hemorrhoids as they’re called as well ) then you are suffering double.

First off, piles can be terribly uncomfortable to endure, and they are frequently even painful. And second of all, this is a shaming problem. A lot of people who have piles decide to suffer quietly and not talk about this major inconvenience. It has also been reported by a few sufferers that the condition had a bad effect on their sex lives. luckily , nowadays we have got the Internet, where we can research issues and solutions that we are too embarrassed to talk about to our acquaintances and family.

So what kinds of piles treatment are available? Well naturally there are the well known creams and ointments. And if you’re experiencing a long-term and particularly giant swelling, it could be required for you to bear ( minor ) surgery or laser treatment.

An alternative choice to lose piles is elastic band ligation ( “rubber banding” ). This means that an elastic tie gets placed round the base of the haemorrhoid to stop the blood supply to it.

One of the handiest home-made treatments for piles treatment is banana, which is a natural laxative. It helps to soften the stool and makes its passage easier and painless. If taken early in the morning, it can ensure correct stool movements. Then, Ginger and onion are two easily available products, that may be used for piles treatment at home. Just mix a bit ( little spoon ) of ginger juice with equal amount ( 1 teaspoon ) of lime and mint juice. Then add some honey to it and take it for some days. It might certainly relieve the pain associated with piles. Some other natural treatments for hemorrhoid are buttermilk, turnip, spinach and carrot juice, jambul fruit, chebulic myroblan, papaya, pileen for example.

During the last one or two years though, there were some interesting developments in the field of piles treatment, so surgery is definitely not the “be all and end all” when it comes to pile treatments.

These days you definitely have options when it comes to treating hemorrhoids.

It is advisable to read the guide on Treating hemorrhoids. So, without wasting time visit Piles Cure.

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Gray, Gregory "Piles Treatment – The Simple Way To Nip That Discomfort In The Bud." Piles Treatment – The Simple Way To Nip That Discomfort In The Bud. 10 Jul. 2010. 25 Aug 2015 <>.

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