i had constipation during pregnancy and after my first baby with c-section.dr gave me laxative.whenever i used laxative i felt good but when i left the medicine i again found constipation which one day turned out with piles i saw too much blood in toilet. after that i didnt see anything like that thaen afte 6/7 months i felt difficulty in passing stool. i went to drs they said they couldnt see anything but gave me cream to apply which i didn’t. the problem was not severe. now this time after my second baby i m feeling piles with every bowel movement either there is constipation or not. when i go to toilet i find a kind of pinching sensation with passing stool but no blood and after that an hour of burning sensation but nothingelse. i m scared of going to dr coz i have heard that there is no cure except surgery.please tell me if there is any other cure.is this cureable without surgery. please tell me how to get rid of this problem. it is not severebut it couldbe in future.
The best product I have ever seen (or used) is by Michael’s of Texas, Inc. I think it’s called Haemorrhex or Rhoid-X (or something close to that). You could contact the company via e-mail and state that their hemorrhoid cream was recommended to you, and could they pls. Mail order you some? As piles, or hemorrhoids for the person who didn’t know what piles are, are essentially varicose veins of the rectum, anything that will help treat varicosities will also help your hemorrhoids. These would include: horsetail, thyme, butcher’s broom, rosemary, witch hazel, comfrey, yarrow, and any astringent, tonifying, antibacterial, antipruritic herb. Any salve that contains myrrh, goldenseal, comfrey, olive oil and/or leaf, echinaecea, yellow dock will help you and there are many others as well. Your self-treatment could be as simple as taking cotton balls dipped in witch hazel and cleansing the area. This is a traditional home remedy. I would strongly suggest that you also try a course of Circucaps by Sanhelios (about $16-20 for 90, and available at any co-op or healthfood store. If they don’t have them, they can special order them for you.). I also suggest that you change your diet and strongly avoid foods that make one’s digestion sluggish, especially red meat and most hard cheeses. Coffee can actually stimulate one to go, so it’s not necessary to remove that from the diet. There is a product called Malt Soupex used in hospitals and nursing homes to gently treat constipation. It is just barley malt, and is warmed, and just given by the teaspoonful. You can buy barley malt very cheaply at almost any healthfood store or co-op. I would avoid laxatives like the plague, as it’s too easy to become dependent upon them, and they can significantly worsen the problem. Stop taking iron supplements as well, as they worsen the condition. Eat salad and greens, fruits, vegetables, grains and beans several times/day, every day. Ultimately, hemorrhoids are just a minor complaint of pregnancy usually, and will often resolve themselves. As long as you are not bleeding profusely, do not worry. Having babies too close together is not good for this condition, and if you have rectal varicosities, you usually have or will soon have varicose veins in your legs as well. This can be serious as you then will have a higher risk or “milk leg” or deep vein thromboses (DVT’s). I would consult w/ an herbalist, and an acupuncturist, as well as an ND (Naturopathic Doctor) regarding this condition. As your screen name sounds Indian, have you considered consulting w/ an Ayurvedic Physician?
How to get rid of an itching backside?
For about a month now i’ve had a slight redness around my anus and it itches now and then. It’s not painful, just feels like ive sat on a stinging nettle at times! I’m not bleeding, nothing unusual in other ways, it’s just a small rash kind of thing. I think it was caused by a reaction to an all over body spray i used which caused a stinging sensation when some ran down my back. It’s quite an annoying problem but nothing terrible, any ideas how to cure it? I dont think it’s piles or worms as it doesn’t seem that bad, it’s only when walking i feel it, sitting is fine.
Wash, cream, doctor. O_O
suffering from ulcerative colities?
iam 31 yrs old male from India (Mumbai), for the past 3 yrs I was suffering from fissures and piles in ano. Took lot of medicines ( allopathic and ayurveda ) but no use so got operated twice for fissures 2 yrs back but the problem never got disappeared. There was always rectal pain and discomfort but no bleeding and now for the past 4 months iam having diarrhea were I pass lot of blood with stool my doctor told me to do a colonoscopy and the findings were distal idiopathic ulcerative colitis ( proctitis ). He adviced me to change my diet which I did and currently iam on tablet mesacol 800 and entofoam enema. The treatment has helped me in little way. Now iam not passing any blood in the stool but the pain in the stomach is always there. Now I have few queries which I would like to get cleared.
1)What is difference between ulcerative colitis and distal idiopathic ulcerative colitis ( proctitis ). and which one takes more time to get healed .
2)As iam financially not too sound. Current medicine such as mesacol800 and entofoam enemas are very expensive in mumbai I may not be able to afford it in long run. Are there any cheap substitute for this.
3)Is there a permanent cure for this illness in ayurveda or homepathy if yes. where and how can I get them.
4)As iam married If I get operated will I be able to work as normal as other people and live a normal life.
Friends please if you have any information regarding my above queries in any way it would be a great help to me u can contact me on my cell no 9769223320 or on my mail-id email@example.com
God bless u all
1) These 2 are the same pathological process in different areas
2) These are fairly standard medications and there is little in the way of cheaper alternates.
3) There are no cures only managements I am afraid.
4)It is possible to remove affected segments of bowel in some patients, however this does not guarantee a cure as other areas may become involved. Surgery is generally not an option when anus and rectum are involved.