Piles, Fissure, Fistula Treatment


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Piles, also known as hemorrhoids, are swollen veins of the anal canal. The inflammation may be internal, occurring inside the anus, or externally protruding through the anus. They are often associated with a long history of indigestion and constipation, resulting in hard stools. They can be dry or may bleed. External hemorrhoids produce less bleeding than internal ones, where the veins more frequently burst.

Aggravated Pitta Dosha (an Ayurvedic humor representing Fire) causes digestive problems, which lead to the impairment of digestive fire (jatharagni) and accumulation of toxins (ama) in the digestive tract. These toxins impair the functioning of the digestive tract, causing irregular diarrhea and flatulence, and further leading to the aggravation of Vata Dosha (an Ayurvedic humor representing Air). Aggravated Vata causes swelling of hemorrhoids, a condition that is referred to as “Raktarsh” (bleeding piles) in Ayurveda.

Symptoms of Fistula and Fissures:

  • Unbearable And Excruciating Pain Leave a Person Stunned Whenever He or She Tries to Defecate or Whenever There Is a Bowel Movement.
  • Burning Sensation in The Anal Region
  • Irritation And Scratchy Feeling in Anus or In the Area Around It
  • Cracks And Tears Around the Anus That Have a Tendency to Bleed
  • Throbbing Pain In Anal Region Which Can Increase When A Person squats Or Sits for A Long Period Of Time
  • Redness And Swelling in The Anal Region
  • When The Discharge Is Bloody and Full of Pus the Patient May Also Develop a Fever.

Diet & Lifestyle Advice

  • Avoid The Intake of Heavy, Dry, Cool, And Stale Foods.
  • Avoid Refined Foods Like Jams, Pastries, Packaged, And Canned Foods.
  • Also Avoid Tea, Coffee, Aerated Drinks, And Alcoholic Beverages.
  • Avoid Pickles, Potatoes, And Root Vegetables Except Radish and Carrot.
  • Avoid Excessive Fasting, Overeating, Eating During Indigestion, And Eating Incompatible Food.