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Suffering from piles

Hi DOCTOR, I HAD THE PROBLEM OF PILES AFTER MY FIRST DELIVERY I HAVE TAKEN THE AURVEDIC TREATEMENT ,AT THE TIME IT WAS CURED ,BUT AFTER SECOND DELIVERY AGAIN IT IS REPETED I HAVE TAKEN THE TREATMENT OF BANDING IN AYURVEDIC ,NOTE I HAVE NOTICED THAT AFTER TAKING ANTIBOICATIC TABLETS AND INJECTIONS IT IS REAPETING , DOCTOR PLEASE SUGGEST ME THE PERMANENT SOLUTION AT THE EARLIST MY AGE 32 ,5.2 HEIGHT,I HAD TWO TIMES CAESARIAN DELIVERY
Asked On : Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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  User's Response
hello
there are three stages of piles. the first two stages can be managed by medicines. the third stage is prolapsed piles which requires surgery. Again in surgery you have different kinds of surgery available. as you have taken banding (known as kshar sutra) mostly it will not recur. if even with banding if it is reccuring please consult a best ayurvedic surgeon. apart from medicines diet is very important. do not use tubers except yam. use plenty of buttermilk. do not use meat except in the form of soup. use plenty of vegetables and fiber. you must not have constipation. it aggrevates the condition. all the best
Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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The keynote prescription for piles during pregnancy in homoepathy is Collinsonia. However, since that phase has passed, you can now be prescribed a remedy only after individual case taking by a classical homoepath.

Increase the fibre content in your diet by adding 2 portions fresh salads, multigrain atta, carrots, lady fingers,cabbage and 3 portions of fruits per day. You can take 1 tsp isabgol husk in 1/4 cup water at bedtime to avoid constipation. Avoid refined foods and red meat.

Use sitz bath after defaecation and apply anovate ointment twice a day for a week.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
General Surgeon Dr. Vinoy Kumar Dubey's  Response
hi there,
recurrent piles (hemorrhoids) is a disease in which veins in rectum is dilated and has became tortuous slight friction with hard stool can cause bleeding i.e during passing stool you will have bleeding only permanent treatment available is surgery you need to consult a surgeon who after proper clinical examination and investigation will treat you by various means like ligation and cutting,electro-coagulation (cryo-surgery)..etc
Presently you need to do is have plenty of green leafy vegetables,fruit,easily digestible food avoid mutton,chicken,low fiber food. you can take a ...medicine-syp-creamaffine 2tsf at bed time.
thanks
Answered: Wed, 20 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
Hi,thanks for query.Please visit a surgeon and get your self examined.As they are recurring and causing trouble I think the only option would be surgery for this.Now a days with the use of stapler the surgery is very good and recovery is very fast.In mean time take care to avoid constipation,avoid straining at stool.Take light diet ,more of liquids and avoid spicy diet and junk food.
wishing you good health.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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ma'am,

I dinesh kaushik have faced same type of problem. please go to patanjali yogpith & take from there.
1) godhan arak
2) shahad.

after that take 1/2 cup little hot water.
& take 2 caps from(1)
& take 1 tea spoon from(2)

mix that.
take 2 times in a day, early in mor. & in night.

if still any conformation 07503208271
Answered: Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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