PILES FISSURE AND FISTULA
PILES FISSURE AND FISTULA
WHAT IS PILES FISSURE AND FISTULA
A haemorrhoidor piles is a cluster of swollen and inflamed veins in the lowest most part of the rectum. They are associated with chronic constipation, straining during bowel movements and sitting too long on the toilet, because this interferes with blood flow, which can cause blood to pool and enlarge the blood vessels.
TYPES and SYMPTOMS of PILES FISSURE AND FISTULA
The haemorrhoid may be internal, inside the lower rectum, and may protrude through the anus. The only symptom may be bleeding after a bowel movement, or blood in the stool. However, when the hemorrhoid protrudes it can collect mucus and that can cause external itching, pain and discomfort.
External haemorrhoids develop in the skin that surrounds the anus. Sometimes blood clots can occur in external haemorrhoids (Thrombosis). This can cause bleeding, swelling and a hard lump around the anus. When the clot resolves extra skin is left behind and it can become irritated and itchy. Rubbing and cleaning around the anus can make the symptoms worse. Often the symptoms disappear after a few days, and some people are not aware they even have a hemorrhoid because they never have symptoms.
An anal fissure is a split or tear in the mucosa that lines the anus, that causes pain and bleeding with bowel movements. They are most common in infants, and are less common in school aged children. In adults, they may be caused by hard stool or diarrhoea for an extended period. Additionally, a fissure may be due to decreased blood flow in older adults and high tension in the sphincter muscles. And fissures are common in people with Crohn’s disease. Symptoms include sharp pain during a bowel movement and bleeding, a crack in the skin of the anus that is visible when the skin is stretched, and constipation. Anal fissures are diagnosed by a rectal exam and visualization of the area. But fissures are often confused with haemorrhoids.
An abscess is an infected area near the anus that is filled with pus. Small glands in the anus can get clogged and become infected, causing an abscess. A fistula is a tunnel the forms under the skin that connects the infected glands to the abscess. But a fistula can develop without an abscess and connect the gland with the skin near the anus. Crohn’s disease, radiation, trauma and cancer can cause a fistula.
Symptoms include pain, redness and swelling, plus irritation of the skin around the anus and drainage of the abscess through the fistula. Fatigue, and fever or chills are common.
Occupation: prolonged sitting posture
HOW TO TREAT PILES FISSURE AND FISTULA with AYURVEDA?
Kashaya Panam Snehapana Abhyanga Kashaya Dhara Takra Dhara Virechana Avagaha Sweda Ksheera Dhuma etc
Certain parasurgical procedures are the most effective treatment for anorectal conditions
Kshara application Kshara sutra Medicated thread are tied around the pile mass and it is tied strong each day and eventually the mass will cut off. Like that in fistula also the thread is passed through the internal opening and tied out through external opening and tied strong each day, the channel will be cut off and pus will be drained through the thread and thread is changed every day. It is considered as the most effective treatment and less recurrence is there after the treatment.
WHAT AYURVEDIC MEDICINES CAN HELP with PILES FISSURE AND FISTULA?
Medications are based on the types and symptoms. Most of the medicines include: Kuriji kuzhamb Chirivilwadi kashayam Gugguluthikthakam Kashayam Dhuralabharishtam Kankayana vati kaisoraguggulu Guggulupanchapalachoornam Thriphalachoornam etc
All these Ayurvedic procedures can be used both separately and in complex treatment. Consult the doctor for a treatment plan.
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HOW to PILES FISSURE AND FISTULA? DIET and LIFESTYLE
Includes lifestyle changes to reduce swelling and relieve symptoms. A high fibre diet softens the stool and makes it easier to make a bowel movement, eliminating straining. Stool softeners may be recommended. Staying hydrated, exercising, can relieve constipation.