Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, are swollen, inflamed veins in the anus and lower rectum that can be brought on by straining during bowel movements, pregnancy, or other factors. Internal hemorrhoids can develop inside the rectum, while external hemorrhoids form under the skin around the anus.

By the time they reach the age of 50, roughly half of all adults have experienced the itchiness, discomfort, and bleeding that can be signs of hemorrhoids.

The majority of people can find relief from symptoms by using home remedies and altering their lifestyles, which is fortunate because there are many efficient options for treating hemorrhoids.

Swollen veins (hemorrhoids) can develop from an increase in pressure in the lower rectum. Factors that may cause increased pressure include: **CAUSES-**The veins around your anus tend to stretch under pressure and may bulge or swell.

  • Straining during bowel movements
  • lingering on the toilet for a long time
  • Chronic diarrhea or constipation
  • Obesity
  • Pregnancy
  • Anal intercourse
  • Low-fiber diet

The tissues that support the veins in your rectum and anus can deteriorate and stretch with age, which increases your risk of developing hemorrhoids.

SymptomsHemorrhoids can cause the following symptoms and signs:

  • Small amounts of bright red blood in the toilet bowl or on the toilet tissue during bowel movements can happen without causing any pain.
  • Your anal region may itch or be irritated.
  • Pain or discomfort
  • Swelling around your anus
  • a possibly painful or sensitive lump close to your anus
  • Leakage of feces

Internal hemorrhoids are hemorrhoids that are located inside the rectum and are typically not visible to the naked eye or feel, nor do they typically cause pain.

However, straining or irritation during bowel movements can harm a hemorrhoid’s delicate surface and cause it to bleed. Occasionally, straining can push an internal hemorrhoid through the anal opening, which is known as a protruding or prolapsed hemorrhoid and can cause pain and irritation.

The area around your anus has external hemorrhoids, which are under the skin and can itch or bleed when irritated. Occasionally, blood can pool in an external hemorrhoid and form a clot (thrombus), which causes excruciating pain, swelling, and inflammation.


ALOE SOCOTRINA 30Homeopathic medicine Aloe Socotrina is one of the best treatments for protruding piles. A history of chronic diarrhea may be present.

NUX VOMICA 30A person who needs Nux Vomica has piles with frequent, ineffective urges for stools, but passes little stool at a time, and the urge returns shortly after one has defecated. Nux Vomica is also an excellent treatment for piles with constipation.

HAMAMELIS 30–Hamamelis is an effective homeopathic treatment for bleeding piles. It is a top grade remedy in homeopathy for venous congestions and bleeding tendencies. It is very effective in controlling hemorrhages. Piles that bleed profusely require Hamamelis without a second thought. Burning and soreness in the rectum may appear with bleeding. Few may also complain of backache with bleeding piles.

RATANHIA 30-Ratanhia is prescribed for piles when there is noticeable burning, pain that lasts for several hours after stool, and pain that feels like glass pieces have been placed in the rectum.

AESCULUS HIPP. 30–Aesculus is primarily used for treating blind piles, which appear purple, painful, burning, with rawness, soreness, and itching. Stool is constipated and is hard, dry, and difficult to expel. Rectum feels full of tiny sticks.

**CAUSTICUM 30-**Causticum is prescribed when the piles are extremely painful when touched, when walking, standing, or sitting; they are better after a stool; they are itchy, stitchy, moist, and burning; and they are worse when one thinks about them, when one touches them, or when one speaks loudly.

CALCAREA FLOUR 12XCalcrea flour is used to treat both bleeding and blind piles, which are characterized by back pain that is concentrated more on the sacrum, chronic constipation, itching, and rectal prolapse. It also treats tumors associated with piles.

COLLINSONIA 30-Collinsonia is prescribed for piles with backache, obstinate constipation, bleeding that only occurs under intense pressure, blind and protruding piles, and diarrhea and constipation that alternate.

SULPHUR 200-Itching and burning in the anus, sinking sensation in the stomach, worse at night, on getting warm in bed, and from washing are all symptoms of both bleeding and blind piles that may be treated with sulphur.

MURIATIC ACID 30The best treatment for piles during pregnancy is muriatic acid.

NITRIC ACID 30-Bowels with fissures in the rectum, constipation, and easy bleeding in the piles.

MUCUNA Q-a particular cure for bleeding piles.

If Mucuna is unsuccessful, try Paeonia. Large, ulcerated piles. Purple, crusted anus and perineum ulcerations. Itching, burning, and fissures in the anus.

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