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I have grade 3 piles and fissure. What should I do? I have already taken six months ayurvedic medicines from reputed doctor but there is no changes in problem. Please help me.

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First of all use indian style toilet, if you are using commode toilet, then use toilet step stool, commode toilet is unnatural for humans, western toilet increases constipation. Since constipation is a bigger factor behind piles & fissure. Always eat high fiber food, avoid junk food, spice & oily food, drinking plenty of water, if you are bleeding and pain is not at all, then it is the symptoms of hemorrhoids (piles). 2nd & 3rd degree piles are not cure just eating medicines, nor is it right to do modern surgery, kshara sutra therapy is a unique ancient technique, which is proved to be an effective treatment of anorectal disorders. It is commonly recommended in patients suffering from piles. If you are feeling itching & burning, this is symptoms of anal fissure, sometimes anal fissure not cured by only taking medication also don't go for any anal surgery (fissurectomy), your anus grip can be loose after surgery, you should get some ayurvedic therapies like ayurvedic matra bast, ayurvedic kshar karma & anal dilatation. If your fissure wound is big & chronic then lis treatment is must, after that you will never have a fissure again. You'll be fine in just 10 days. Contact us for more information.
Are you constipated? 1. Take home cooked, fresh light food. Take a lot of green vegetables n fruit. 2. Increase the fibre in your diet 3. Increase your fluid intake 4. Avoiding straining and constipation which is the most useful thing patients can do to prevent the problem coming back. 5. Maintain active life style6. Curd is good for u. 7. Avoid fast foods, spicy n fried foods 8. You should take sits bath (hot water tub bath) 2-3 times day homoeopathy has very encouraging results. Consult online with details.
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