Hemorrhoids also spell as hemroids refer to as piles. Hemorrhoids can define as swollen blood vessels in and around the anus that cause itching, pain, and sometimes bleeding. Swelling of rectum veins is the main characteristic of hemorrhoid.
Hemorrhoids can be separated into two parts on the basis of their occurrence - one of Internal Hemorrhoids and second is External Hemorrhoids.
Different types of medical procedures are available to treat piles including:
1. Rubber Band Ligation " Rubber bands are wrapped around the pile restricting blood flow which eventually cause the pile to disappear naturally.
2. Sclerotherapy " the pile is injected with hardening liquid. This eventually causes the pile to disappear.
3. Laser or Infrared Coagulation " These days this is a rare process. The basic idea behind it is to blast the pile with a laser beam which destroys the pile.
4. Hemorrhoidectomy " this is a surgical procedure used only on advanced cases of piles such as severe bleeding. It is very effective but recovery can be very painful.
An herbal remedy is made from a medicinal plant or plants and used to prevent and treat diseases and ailments or to promote health and healing.
Barberry (Berberis Aristata) is a blood purifier that has also been used for piles. The unique qualities of berberine-rich plants lie in their ability to promote healthy intestinal microbial balance and normal liver and gallbladder function.
Butcher's Broom (Ruscus Aculeatus) is used to treat varicose veins and hemorrhoids. The vein-narrowing qualities of butcher's broom have been found to relieve discomfort associated with varicose veins and other circulatory conditions.
Horse Chestnut (Aesculus Hippocastanum) extract standardized for aescin or escin, seems to increase the strength and tone of the veins in particular. It has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. It may be used internally to aid the body in the treatment of phlebitis, varicose veins, and hemorrhoids. Externally it may be used to treat the same conditions as well as for leg ulcers.
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