Dr.D.Senthil Kumar.,

Dr.D.Senthil Kumar.,
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Piles, Fistula, Fissure



Hemorrhoids / Piles

What Are Haemorrhoids - Piles Causes?

Haemorrhoids 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. Haemorrhoids are either inside the anus—internal—or under the skin around the anus—external.

Other causes

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

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

· Pregnancy,

· Significant overweight,

· Overeating,

· Heavy lifting,

· Acid/alkaline imbalance,

· Fatigue liver

· Vitamin B-6 deficiency.

· Sitting or standing in one position for long periods of time and lack of exercise can contribute to the development of haemorrhoid.

Some of the above mentioned conditions are not directly causing haemorrhoids, like e.g. acid/alkaline imbalance is causing weakness of the veins, and weak veins are more prone to develop haemorrhoids. Vitamin B-6 deficiency may produce fissures and cracking of the corners of the mouth.

How Common Are Haemorrhoids?

About a half of the population have haemorrhoids by age 50. Haemorrhoids are very common in both men and women. Women can develop haemorrhoids during pregnancy and after childbirth.

In some cases haemorrhoid can be caused by other diseases, such as liver cirrhosis.

Haemorrhoids - Piles Symptoms

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

Anal itching caused from haemorrhoids.

Severe burning sensation during and after passing stool

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

Burning pain after eating spicy and chilly foods

Painful swelling or hard lump around the anus.

Swollen veins - haemorrhoids - will appear as lump near the anal opening or a swollen vein may stick out through the anal opening (referred to as "prolapsed haemorrhoid").

Irritation and itching, also called pruritus ani,

Treatment

Generally most of the doctors told surgery are the solution (but you may ask the persons those who went for surgery). But fact is these complaints may reverse or worse even after surgery. The only solution is undergoing medical treatment. Good effective homoeopathic medicines are helpful to recover from these problems with out any side effects

For treatment

Click the following link

http://treatmentt.blogspot.com/2009/12/piles-fistula-fissure-treatment.html



Anal Fissure

What Is Anal Fissure?

The anal fissure is a small tear in the lining of the anus.

The anal fissure can cause

Pain,

Bleeding and/or itching.

Causes of Anal Fissure

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

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.

Many women during childbirth develop an anal fissure.

Other causes of the anal fissure are:

Digital insertion (during examination),

Foreign body insertion,

Or anal intercourse.


In some cases, the anal fissure may be caused by other health conditions, such as:

· Vitamin B-6 deficiency,

· Abdominal pain,

· Fever, weight loss,

· Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes bloody diarrhoea,

· Syphilis, a suppressed immune system,

· Tuberculosis,

· HIV infection,

· Anal cancer.

· A low fiber diet may also contribute to the development of a fissure.

· Symptoms of Anal Fissure

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

· Spots of bright red blood on toilet tissue.

· Itching and mal odorous discharge may also occur.


Treatment

For Piles-fissures-Fistula

Generally most of the doctors told surgery are the solution (but you may ask the persons those who went for surgery). But fact is these complaints may reverse or worse even after surgery. The only solution is undergoing medical treatment. Good effective homoeopathic medicines are helpful to recover from these problems with out any side effects

For treatment

Click the following link

http://treatmentt.blogspot.com/2009/12/piles-fistula-fissure-treatment.html


Fistula

A fistula is an abnormal connection between an organ, vessel, or intestine and another structure. Fistulas are usually the result of injury or surgery. It can also result from infection or inflammation.

Mostly Anorectal fistulas are common among people


Symptoms

· An infected fistula may be painful and may discharge pus.

· Usually see one or more openings of a fistula or can feel the fistula beneath the surface.

· A history of recurrent abscess (it may take 15 days to months together) followed by intermittent or constant discharge is usual.

· Discharge material is purulent, serosanguineous (reddish watery), or both.

· Pain may be present if there is infection.


Types of fistulas include:

· Blind (open on one end only, but connects to two structures)

· Complete (has both external and internal openings)

· Horseshoe (connecting the anus to the surface of the skin after going around the rectum)

· Incomplete (a tube from the skin that is closed on the inside and does not connect to any internal structure)

Fistulas may occur in many parts of the body.

Treatment

Generally most of the doctors told surgery are the solution (but you may ask the persons those who went for surgery). But fact is these complaints may reverse or worse even after surgery. The only solution is undergoing medical treatment. Good effective homoeopathic medicines are helpful to recover from these problems with out any side effects

For treatment

Click the following link

http://treatmentt.blogspot.com/2009/12/piles-fistula-fissure-treatment.html




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