Piles and Anal Fissures Natural Treatment and How to get rid of Piles and Anal Fissures with Natural

Published: 16th April 2010
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Swollen and protruding veins in and around the anus are known as piles. The veins that drain the blood from the tissues in the anal area lie at the junction of the rectum and the anus. The rectum is the last part of the large intestine or colon, and the anus is the external aperture at the end of the gastrointestinal canal, through which the waste products are finally expelled as faeces or stools. The venous drainage of this area is just inside the anal opening.

Causes of Piles

Piles and Fissures are caused by too much pressure put on the veins in the rectum forcing blood to stretch and bulge the walls of the veins, sometimes rupturing them.

Other causes

1. Weakness in the walls of the veins in the anal area.

2. Constipation is one of the most common causes for developing of haemorrhoids.

3. Pregnancy,

4. Significant overweight,

5. Overeating,

6. Heavy lifting,

7. Acid/alkaline imbalance,

8. Fatigue liver

9. Vitamin B-6 deficiency.

What Are Fissures - Piles Symptoms?

1. Bright red blood covering the stool, on toilet paper, or in the toilet bowl.

2. Anal itching caused from Fissures - Piles.

3. Severe burning sensation during and after passing stool

4. Not able to sit after passing stool because of burning sensation.

5. Burning pain after eating spicy and chilly foods

6. Painful swelling or hard lump around the anus.

7. Swollen veins - Fissures - Piles - will appear as lump near the anal opening or a swollen vein may stick out through the anal opening.

Anal Fissures

An anal fissure is a small tear in the skin around the opening of your anus. It can cause sharp pain, especially when opening your bowels. Anal fissure is a common disorder but many people don't seek medical advice about it.

Causes of Anal Fissure

1. The anal fissure usually develops when the anal tissue is damaged during a hard and dry stool (constipation) which tears the anal lining.

2. The anal fissure can also develop due to higher than normal pressure in the anal sphincters. Diarrhoea and inflammation of the anorectal area can also cause an anal fissure.

3. Many women during childbirth develop an anal fissure.

Other causes of the anal fissure are:

1. Digital insertion (during examination),

2. Foreign body insertion,

3. Or anal intercourse.

Symptoms of Anal Fissure

1. Sharp, stinging or burning pain during and following a bowel movement.

2. Spots of bright red blood on toilet tissue.

3. Itching and mal odorous discharge may also occur.

Home Remedies for Piles

1. Radish juice taken in the morning and night. Start with 1/4 a cup and increase to 1/2 a cup gradually over a period of 1 month.

2. Wash 3-4 figs. Soak in a glass of water over night. Eat them first thing in the morning. Again repeat in the night.

3. Boil 1 ripe banana in 1 cup of milk, mash well. Take 3-4 times a day.

4. Crush bitter gourd leaves and extract the juice. Mix 3 tsp in 1 glass of buttermilk, and drink on an empty stomach every morning, for a month.

5. Drink a glass of buttermilk with 1/4 tsp carom seed powder (ajwain) and a pinch of salt.

Home Remedies for Anal Fissure

1. A warm bath can provide relief to those painful fissures.

2. The best bet for avoiding anal fissures is to have a healthy and well balanced diet. This diet should contain fruits, vegetables, whole grain and drinking eight to ten glasses of water.

3. Using lubrication is another method of treating the problem. To avoid any injury to your anal, apply petroleum jelly into your rectum.

4. A key factor to avoid anal fissures is to keep the area dry. With every shower or bowel movement try to dab the area with baby powder.

5. See to it that you are not affected by diarrhea because the watery stools are as harmful as hard stools. These soften the tissues around the rectum causing it to become a sore.

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