In SINDUBALA Hospital, we have specialized medicine for the treatment of Piles. This medicine helps in removing inflammation and swelling and at the same time it helps the stool to be soft. Our medication will help to stop bleeding in a week’s time but one has to continue the medication for 6 months. External piles will disappear gradually, but within 2 or 3 days you will get considerable relief. Swelling, pain and discharge (if any) will reduce gradually. Usually, external piles will disappear in a month time, if the swelling is too much or if you are suffering from this for a very long time, it may take some more time to disappear. If you have any difficulty to directly come here for the treatment of Piles, you can consult our Doctors by phone; we will send the medicines by courier or post. If you are interested, you can come directly and we are happy to treat you. We will cure you in a short time.
Kindly bring or send your test reports [Blood Tests, Stool Tests, Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy] to our mail ID for evaluating the prognosis of the disease (above test reports if available).
We are using pure Siddha and Ayurvedic medicines for the treatment of Piles. Medicines vary with condition of the patient.
Duration of the Treatment:
Normally the patient has to take the medication for 6 months. You will be cured in a very short time, but you have to continue the medications as per Doctor’s advice. Rare cases the duration may increase. If the patient is having more than one ailment, the duration of the treatment may increase.
What is Piles?
Piles (also known as haemorrhoids) are skin covered inflamed blood vessels in and around the anal area. Haemorrhoids are like cushions made of tissue within the anal canal that contains blood vessels which are surrounded by supporting tissues that are made up of muscles and elastic fibre. They are very common in adults, especially those between the ages of 45 and 60 years. Piles come in 2 general forms, internal and external. External piles are formed when Internal Piles are dragged down (or hang down) the anal canal. The exact cause of piles remains unknown. Some of the known reasons for the cause of Haemorrhoids are due to inadequate intake of fibre, prolonged sitting on the toilets and straining to have a bowel movement, Pregnancy etc… One of the best way of preventing piles is by the intake of fibre rich food, green leafy vegetables, less spicy food, adequate drinking of water etc..
Common symptoms include the following :
- Bright red blood covering the stool
- A strange mound on the anus
- Pain and irritation during and after going to the toilet
- A slimly liquid emission from the anus (this may cause itching)