Hemorrhoids are masses in and around your lower body known as “piles” (anus). After a few days, they frequently get better on their own. You can take steps to both piles causes and treatment.
Identify any heaps.
Pile-related symptoms include:
- When you poop, bright red blood
- A rash of the anus
- Feeling the need to poop even after using the toilet
- After wiping your bottom, you find mucous on the toilet paper or in your underpants.
- Lumps around your anus
- Your anus region hurts
How to deal with or avoid heaps
- To keep your feces soft, consume plenty of fluids and fiber.
- With some wet toilet paper, clean your bottom.
- If your piles hurt, try paracetamol.
- Take a warm bath to relieve aching and discomfort.
- To relieve pain, place an ice pack in a towel.
- Gently reposition a pile inside
- Keep your bottom dry and spotless.
- Regular exercise
- To prevent constipation, limit alcohol and caffeine-containing beverages including tea, coffee, and soda.
- Once you poop, don’t clean your bottom too hard.
- Do not ignore the urge to poo
- When pooing, don’t exert too much force
- Codeine-containing painkillers should not be taken as they may result in constipation.
- Ibuprofen should not be taken if your piles are bleeding.
- Do not sit on the toilet longer than necessary.
Inquire with a pharmacist about piles therapy.
A pharmacist might advise:
- Creams to reduce swelling, itching, and pain
- Therapy for constipation and softening poo
- Cold compresses to relieve pain
- If you don’t want to be overheard, many pharmacies feature private spaces.
- Piles hospital therapy
- After trying home remedies, you could need medical treatment if your piles don’t get better.
Find out from your doctor which course of action is best for you. The return of piles is not usually prevented by treatment.
Treatment that excludes surgery
Typical hospital procedures include:
Rubber band ligation: putting a band around your piles will cause them to fall off.
Sclerotherapy involves injecting a liquid into your pimples to cause them to contract.
With electrotherapy, your piles will get smaller by being exposed to a mild electric current.
Using infrared light, your piles’ blood supply is cut off, causing them to coagulate and shrink.
For this form of treatment, you will be awake, but the area will be anesthetized.
On the same day, you ought to be able to return home.
You could require surgery to have your piles removed if these therapies are unsuccessful.
Surgical procedures comprise:
Having a hemorrhoidectomy removes your piles
Your piles are glued back inside of your antrum in a stapled hemorrhoidopexy.
The blood supply to your piles is cut off with stitches during a haemorrhoidal artery ligation procedure, causing them to decrease.
For this kind of treatment, you’ll typically need to be sleeping, and you might need to spend more than one day in the hospital.
What results in piles?
Blood vessels swell to form piles. It’s unclear what brings them on.
What increases the likelihood of piles?
- Excessive force when pooping
- Arduous lifting