What is Internal piles disease?
Piles (haemorrhoids) are lumps inside and around (anus) area. Technically, these are the pillow-like clusters of veins that form in the lowest part of the rectum. Bawaseer, badi bawaseer and bafeer are commonly known names in local langauges.
Internal piles may not be dangerous for life – but badly disturbs a person’s life by having constant pain, pressure and discomfort in the lower part of the body.
This is widely spread urban centres; Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar and rural areas of Pakistan. Dr Sabeel has treated many patients of internal piles during his 15 years of career.
Types of internal Piles
- First degree Piles. These piles remain inside anus and patients may have bleeding from the anus during stool pass.
- Second-degree piles. These piles come out of the anus during bowel movements and go back inside anus after bowel movements finish.
- Third-degree piles. These piles come out of anus area and patients may need to push them back to go back inside the anus.
- Fourth-degree piles come out of the anus and don’t go back in the body by pushing them physically.
The higher forms of internal piles is dangerous and immediate consultation with a doctor is required. Internal piles have been treated successfully by Dr Sabeel recently. It takes 6 to 7 months to fully cure from this disease using homoeopathic treatment.
Symptoms of Internal Piles
If you find any of the symptoms described below, then please consult the doctor.
- Bleeding during the bowel movement. You should check your poo for any blood signs regularly.
- A lump in the anus that causes constant irritation and discomfort.
- The intensity of the irritation and discomfort increases during bowel movements.
- Patients with piles feel fullness in their anus. The intensity further increases after consuming.
- Score skin or feeling of constant itchiness around the anus.
- Pain and discomfort during and after you go to the toilet and you feel to go to the toilet again after coming out of the toilet.
- Constant pain around your anus.
What are the reasons of internal piles?
- Constipation. Persons that have constant constipation have higher chances of getting infected with this disease.
- Age-related. Chances of getting this disease increases with age. Persons with age bracket exceeding 40 years have much higher chances of internal piles disease than in younger ones.
- Hormones related. It is also more apparent during the time-period when a person is going through rapid hormones related changes. Women during pregnancy have a higher chance of getting this disease.
- Weight lifting. Persons who lift heavyweights in their jobs or lift heavy weights during exercise have higher chances of getting this disease.
- Having a persistent cough. Persons with constant cough also have higher chances of getting internal piles.
How to avoid and reduce the chances to have Internal Piles?
Follow the following advise.
- Eat healthy. Take high-fibre diet that is easy to digest by the stomach and puts less pressure on your anus and veins.
- Increase the intake of water.
- Don’t push too much by putting extra pressure in the toilet. Straining the already strained muscles increases the discomfort further.
- Reduce the intake of tea and coffee.
- Adopt a habit of daily long walk and exercise.
How the pain for internal piles can be reduced?
- Take a hot water shower
- Use an ice pack wrapped in the towel to reduce pain and discomfort
Surgical and non-surgical treatment of piles
Piles can be treated by both surgical and non-surgical treatments. Homoeopathic treatment of internal piles is without any surgery and much better than allopathic treatments.