The first step in the piles treatment is to determine what stage your condition is in. This will help you know how severe your case is, and also how best to treat it.
The symptoms of piles may include:
Symptoms of piles
- bleeding from the rectum, which can be bloody, bright red or pink;
- swelling of the anus, which is tender to touch;
- painful bowel movements that occur suddenly and without warning (called “watery stools”);
- feeling of pressure in the rectum;
- a feeling of fullness when passing stool through an impacted hemorrhoid;
A person with this condition will also have repeated urges to pass stools at irregular intervals (called urgency).
Types of Piles
There are many types of hemorrhoids, including:
- External hemorrhoids. These are located on the surface of the anus and can be felt as bumps or lumps. The symptoms include itching, burning and pain when passing stool.
- Internal hemorrhoids are also known as prolapsed hemorrhoids that have passed from inside your body (intra-abdominal) into your anus through a tear in the tissues which causes pain and possibly swelling around it after long periods of sitting or standing up too quickly while peeing or having an accident because they need to go frequently due to straining on purpose so you won’t have much time left before needing another one soon enough but then again you might want one right away instead since waiting could lead into serious complications like dehydration leading up towards death itself…so maybe not worth risking everything just yet!
Causes of piles
- Straining during bowel movements.
- Increased pressure in the veins of the rectum.
- Pregnancy, obesity and constipation.
- Prolonged sitting on the toilet
Treatment of Piles
The treatment of piles includes:
- Surgery. If the symptoms of hemorrhoids persist or worsen, it’s important to seek medical attention. Your doctor may recommend surgery as a last resort if you have severe symptoms that don’t respond to over-the-counter medications or other treatments.
- Treatments that reduce inflammation and discomfort include
- Laser therapy (light energy beam). This procedure uses infrared light beams to destroy tissue buildup in the anal canal, which reduces swelling and bleeding from an inflamed area. It is considered more effective than cold packs because it can provide immediate relief from pain without putting pressure on nearby organs like the rectum or colon wall.* See a doctor immediately if any bleeding occurs after using this method of treatment because there could be serious damage if left untreated.* In Hyderabad, we use one of India’s most advanced lasers for our patients’ hygienic needs – which means this method works fast!
Stages of hemorrhoids and its treatment methods in each stage
- Stages of piles and its treatment methods in each stage
A person can develop hemorrhoids due to a number of reasons such as constipation, straining during bowel movement etc. There are four stages that will be discussed below:
- Stage 1 – inflammation and swelling around the anal canal. This stage lasts for about six weeks, but it is not severe enough to warrant medical attention yet.
- Stage 2 – the second stage begins once you have been diagnosed with a prolapsed hemorrhoid (a prolapse means that part of your stool comes out through your anus) or if you have experienced pain in your lower rectum or anus as well as bleeding from this area after having passed stools regularly for some time now; sometimes these symptoms may also occur together with other symptoms such as itching around the anus area which may lead people towards thinking that they have something wrong with them when actually these symptoms could be caused by other medical conditions such as skin infection or excessive sweating at night causing irritation inside rectal tissues leading up towards forming ulcers which then become infected leading us into our final stage 3 where things get worse before getting better again!
While you may be at different stages in your treatment, it is important to remember that there are effective treatments for piles. You can also prevent the development of hemorrhoids by making lifestyle changes such as eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise. If you want more information about these or other symptoms and treatments available, feel free to contact your doctor.
How long do piles take to clear up?
Hemorrhoids don’t have a specific timeframe. Small haemorrhoids may go away on their own in a few days without any medical assistance. Large external haemorrhoids can be extremely painful and uncomfortable, and they may take longer to heal.
Is first stage piles curable?
Kshar Karma sittings, which involve the local application of a few specialised medications at irregular intervals, can effectively treat the early stages of piles.
Can Stage 3 piles be cured?
A laser method can also be used to treat grade 3 and 4 haemorrhoids. Direct insertion of a tiny laser fibre into the hemorrhoid. The laser’s light energy works to cut off the tissue’s blood supply. The coagulation shrinks and eliminates the hemorrhoid.
Does pile cause gas?
People who have hemorrhoids or piles have trouble passing gas. To some extent, gas and bloating are common occurrences. However, if they occur frequently, they can point to a more serious issue.