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My friend is having piles problem so she got to know this problem recently. And this problem is properly curable or not and how it happens and what are the suggestions to cure this.

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Piles is a life style disease. Its mostly due to constipation or altered bowel habits. In piles, our rectal blood vessels get engorged and due to it, bleeding occurs. Its curable by medication in 1/2 degree and may need surgery in 3/4 degree. So consult a surgeon and get diagnosis properly. To prevent piles, take lots of liquid, high fibrous diet, and avoid constipation.
Homeopathic treatment for piles offers several more advantages. It is very economical when compared to any other alternative or complementary treatment for piles. At the same time, the homeopathic medicines do not have any side effects. This is one of the biggest advantages of Homeopathy over any other system of medicine. While you are under treatment of any other system of medicine, you run the risk of getting one or the other side effect while Homeopathic treatment for piles is absolutely safe
1. Apply proctosedyl ointment 2-3 times daily before and after passing stool. 2.Sit in a bath tub containing warm water with little salt for some time twice daily (sitz bath). 3.Take two tea spoonful lof softovac/Naturolax powder with a glass of warm water/milk in the evening or syrup Duphalac 3 Tsf (15 ml) twice daily if there is constipation. 4.Take fiber containing diet, like cereals, whole grain bread, brown rice, pasta, broccoli, cabbage, plenty of green leafy vegetables and fruits. 5. If no relief consult a general surgeon for Sclero therapy/Rubber band ligation/laser or electric coagulation/surgery.
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