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I am suffering from piles from 12 days. Observe cutting on anus. Blood on touching not on passing stool. Taking medication of homeopath. But it increases it size. Help.

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Hi Lybrate user for your problem you take 1.Ratanhia 30 2 drops to be taken thrice daily with half cup water, and Aesculus hip 30 2 drops every morning and evening with half cup water, Aesculus hip ointment external use. Hope solve your problem ifs not you will contact you with me privately. Take care.
For Bleeding Piles, it is better to take proper medication. First of all prevent bleeding by taking medicines to smoothen stools and prevents constipation (difficulty in passing motion). Then the size of pile mass will subsides. Most of the patients with Piles, they have constipation, poor digestion, bloating and acidity. By correcting constipation and improving digestion all of these problems will subsidies. In Ayurveda we are treating Piles by correcting digestion and avoiding constipation. Because constipation leads to hard stool, exertion while passing stools leads to bulge Piles and also cause friction to pile mass resulting In bleeding. In addition, patients with constipation needs to sit in toilet more time and also needs exertion. All these causes bulging of Piles and more chances to bleed. If root of Pile mass get infections, you may feel pain and mild burning sensations while sitting. Using Ayurvedic medicines can correct Piles problems without any side effects. For stopping bleeding is also important because, even small amount of blood losss leads to person more prone to anaemia. Eating more fibre content foods and drinking attest 2.5 litres of water every day is also important. For medicines and prevent recurrence please consult.
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