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Have piles. What is the cure for piles?

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iam 33yrs old female , when iam pregnant i suffered with bleeding piles,no medicine cured my piles, now i am facing the same whenever i pass motion, it willbe very much pain, hard, uneasy, as well burning, inflammation.since 4yrs iam facing these problem. can anyone give solution.

feel very unhappy .how can i get rid of it and how can i cure piles
Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Hi,
It is common for ladies to get piles during pregnancy. Piles is nothing but the engorged blood vessels in the rectum at certain particular position. Usually pregnancy associated piles subsides after delivery as the pressure is released. but for some people who have associated constipation, irregular bowel habits and amoebiasis the pile which was in the initial stage called internal piles may engorge more and become external piles. Since you say that you have inflammed, painful and hard pile mass the only one advise is Surgical removal of those pile masses after proper investigations and follow the advise of the surgron post operatively and also in your future life to prevent recurrence.
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Have piles. What is the cure for piles?

Hi, It is common for ladies to get piles during pregnancy. Piles is nothing but the engorged blood vessels in the rectum at certain particular position. Usually pregnancy associated piles subsides after delivery as the pressure is released. but for some people who have associated constipation, irregular bowel habits and amoebiasis the pile which was in the initial stage called internal piles may engorge more and become external piles. Since you say that you have inflammed, painful and hard pile mass the only one advise is Surgical removal of those pile masses after proper investigations and follow the advise of the surgron post operatively and also in your future life to prevent recurrence. Best wishes