Treatment of Piles Treatment of Piles Piles are another word for hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are collections of swollen tissue in t...

Treatment of Piles


Treatment of Piles

Treatment of Piles
Treatment of Piles
Piles are another word for hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are collections of swollen tissue in the Anal Canal. They support blood vessels, tissue, muscle, and elastic fibers.
Many people have stacks, but the symptoms are not always clear. Piles produce noticeable symptoms for at least 50 percent of people in the United States (U.S.) before the age of 50 years.

This article will explain the Piles, their causes, diagnosis, grades, and treatment, and their effects on the body. 

Key points on Piles:

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1.     There are stacks of tissues and nerves that become swollen.
2.     The size of the stack may vary, and they are found inside or outside the anus.
3.     Chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea, heavy weight lifting, pregnancy, or stool during stool is stacked due to stress.
4.     A doctor can usually diagnose the stack in the examination.
5.     Piles are classified on I to IV scale. In grade III or IV, surgery may be necessary.

What are Piles?

There are swelling collections of tissue in the stack anal area. They can have many shapes, and they can be either internal or external. Internal Piles are usually located between 2 to 4 centimeters (cm) above the opening of the anus, and they are more common types. There are external Piles on the outer edge of the anus.

Piles characteristics:

In most cases, the stack properties are not serious. They typically solve themselves after a few days.
The person with the stack may experience the following symptoms:
1.     A difficult, possibly painful lump can be felt around the anus. There can be deposited blood in it. The blood stack is called thromboses external hemorrhoids.
2.     After crossing the stool, the person with the stack may feel that the intestines are still filled.
3.     After a bowel movement, bright red blood appears.
4.     The area around the anus is itching, red, and pain.
5.     Pain occurs during the passing of stool feces.

Stacks can grow in another serious situation. This may include:

1.     Excessive anal hemorrhage, possibly leads to anemia
2.     Infection
3.     fecal discomfort, or inability to control bowel movements
4.     Anal fistula, in which a new channel is formed between the anus and the surface of the skin inside the anus
5.     An unstable hemorrhoid in which the blood supply is cut to the hemorrhoids, causing the complications of infection or blood clots.

Causes of Piles:

Stacks are due to the increased pressure in the lower anus. Blood vessels in the anus and in the anus will spread under pressure and make Piles. This could be because of:
1.     chronic constipation
2.     chronic diarrhea
3.     lifting heavy weights
4.     pregnancy
5.     straining when passing a stool
The tendency of developing can also be inherited and increases with age.

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