Piles or Haemorrhoids are veins occurring in relation to anus. When thus situated outside the anal margin they are called External, when within the anal margin Internal Haemorrhoids.
The veins which form internal haemorrhoids become engorged as the anal lining descends and is gripped by the anal sphincters.
- It may be hereditary. The condition is so frequently seen in members of the same family that there must be a predisposing factor, such as congenital weakness of the vein walls or an abnormally large arterial supply to the rectal plexus.
- Straining accompanying constipation or that induced by over purgation is considered to be a potent cause of haemorrhoids.
- Less often, the diarrhoea of enteritis, or colitis,or the dysentries aggravates latent haemorrhoids.
1.Bleeding, as the name haemorrhoids implies, is the principal and earliest symptom. At first the bleeding is slight; bright red and occurs during defaecation, and it may continue intermittently thus for months and years.
- Haemorrhoids that bleed but do not prolapse outside the anal cannal are called first- degree haemorrhoids.
2.Prolapse is much later symptom. In the beginning the protrusion is slight and occur only at stool, and reduction is spontaneous. As time goes on the haemorrhoids do not reduce themselves, but have to be replaced digitally by the patient.
- Haemorrhoids that prolapse on defaecation but return or need to be replaced manually and then stay reduced are called second- degree haemorrhoids.
- Haemorrhoids that are permanently prolapsed are called third- degree haemorrhoids.
- By now, the haemorrhoids have become a source of great discomfort, and cause a feeling of heavyness in the rectum but are not usually acutely painful
3.Mucous discharge exudes from the prolapsed haemorrhoids.
4.Pain is absent, unless complications supervene. For this reason, any patient complaining of ' painful piles' must be suspected of having another condition, may be fissure, and examined accordingly.
5.Anaemia can be caused by persistent profuse bleeding from haemorrhoids.
Aesculus Hipp: piles painful; rarely bleed; burning, itching; sensation as if rectum is full of small sticks; constant dull low backache.
Aloe Socotrina: piles protruding like a bunch of grapes, bluish in colour, sore and tender, better by cold applications.
Collinsonia: chronic painful; bleeding piles; sensation of sharp sticks in rectum; sensation of constriction; obstinate constipation with protrusion of piles.
Nux Vomica: frequent but ineffectual urging to stools with blind or bleeding piles; aggravation after stimulants, alcohol, after eating.
Ratanhia: protrusion of piles; straining at stools; followed for a long time by burning in anus; pain as from splinters of glass embedded in rectum.
Sulphur: blind, bleeding or moist piles with redness around anus; constipation; frequent ineffectual urging to stool.
Rxhomeo COMBO # 45: A homeopathic combination pack with two single remedies Aesculus Hipp and Nux Vomica for relief of pain in rectum due to piles or hemorrhoids.
Bio-Combination # 17: This remedy is indicated in bleeding haemorrhoids, fissures, internal piles with or without pain, backache. It is an approved remedy for haemorrhoidal knots, all kinds of piles. External piles with stinging pains.
|AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1000852||8907460008527|
|ALOE SOCOTRINA 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1001852||8907460018526|
|COLLINSONIA CANADENSIS 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1015152||8907460151520|
|NUX VOMICA 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1031752||8907460317520|
|RATANHIA 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1036652||8907460366528|
|SULPHUR 30C - 400 Pellets (4dm)||1042052||8907460420527|
|Rxhomeo COMBO # 45 - Hemorrhoids(Piles)||1249500||8907460789006|
|Bio-Combination # 17 - Haemorrhoids (Piles)||1237204||8907460733047|