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Is there any medicine in Ayurvedic for Piles ?

Hi I am 29 and going to get married on this 29. I am suffering from piles from last 10-15 days. My surgeon has told me to undergo an operation and also prescribed me a dolonec, dazolic and oxyroute. I get pain during stool passing and sometime bleeds (minor). Rectum is swollen (one side only) So is it necessary to undergo surgery ? if yes can it b postponed as my doctor told me tht it will take 3-4 weeks for recovery if all things go right. Is there any medicine in ayurvedic ?
Asked On : Sun, 1 May 2011
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There is a cure in Ayurveda for this.You can have preparations like Kankayan vati,Arshoghan vati ,pilex .But the treatment depends on the degree.If it is 1st or 2nd degree,it can be forsure treated by oral medicatiosn and local ointments.If it is 3rd or 4th degree,then you can opt for " kshar"treatment ,which is agian an ayurvedic treatment. Have more of fiber in your diet and laxatives to avoid constipation.

Dr. Tanju
Ayurvedic Doctor and Nutritionist
Answered: Sun, 14 Oct 2012
Pediatrician Dr. Suryakanta Baraha's  Response
hello, treatment only needed if u r symptomatic.if it is of 1st and 2nd degree then can be treated by dietary fibres,laxatives etc.if its 2nd or 3rd degree then many procedures like sclerotherapy , rubber band ligationhelpful. only 4th degree requires surgery i.e if the mass is outside and cannot b digitally reduced.consult thoroughly with the surgeon.
Answered: Sun, 1 May 2011
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OBGYN Dr. Rhea Chanda's  Response
Hi Mahesh
If you are symptomatic with pain during passage of stools,bleeding etc then surgery is a valid option.This can be treated conservatively also with seitz bath,laxative etc but the problem may recur.If you are not very bothered by the symptoms then you can try conservative management first.Its not an emergency and surgery can be scheduled later.
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