Rectal diseases are caused by various causes, especially constipation. All anal diseases including anal fissures, piles, and fistulas can be completely eradicated by surgery in allopathic medicine and without homeopathic surgery.
Many people suffer from anal pain. The disease that causes pain or burning in the rectum is called an anal fissure. It is usually caused by hard stools or frequent bowel movements. The problem is that these wounds do not want to dry easily. In some patients, the wound dries out, but after a few days, if the stool hardens again, the same problem occurs again. I have seen this disease in a patient for years even 30-40 years. The symptoms of this disease also vary considerably. Some patients have a slight burning sensation after defecation and it lasts for 5 to 15 minutes. Sometimes the pain is severe and lasts for hours or even days. Some people hold their heads. Again chronic anal fissures sometimes have no pain at all. In my personal opinion, it is the most common of the diseases of the rectum. I have seen a one and a half-month-old baby with this disease. But young people are more. The disease affects both men and women equally.
The main causes of anal fissures
- For constipation, hard, large stools pass through the anal canal causing anal fissures.
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Irritable Bowel Syndrome-IBS Crown’s disease can also cause fissures.
- Fissures are more likely to occur during pregnancy and childbirth
- Thin stools and persistent diarrhea can also cause this disease
Signs and symptoms of anal fissure
- The common symptoms of this disease are pain and bleeding
- Usually, the pain starts during defecation and can last for about an hour
- Itching and swelling can be felt
- The severity of the pain is usually tolerable, but can sometimes be excruciating.
- Red blood stains can be seen in the toilet, on tissue paper, or around the anus
- A thin crack is seen in the skin of the anus
- These symptoms are no longer seen between two bowel movements
Anal Fissure – Prevention
Prevention is better than cure. The following points can be complied with for prevention.
- Arrange to prevent constipation
- Quitting the bad habit of defecation with extra pressure
- Abandon the habit of frequent bowel movements
- Constitutional living
- Not to worry too much
- In case of diarrhea, seek immediate treatment
- Eliminate any stomach ailment with proper homeopathic treatment
Anal fissure – effective treatment
Homeopathy is the most advanced treatment for anal fissure problems. Consult an expert homeopath to eliminate this problem by applying side effects without medication.
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A fistula is a duct that starts inside the anus and exits through the flesh into a mouth next to the anus and sometimes there are pus and pain. The disease originates if the perinea abscess or abscess ruptures on its own or the pus is removed incompletely through surgery. This disease has two faces. One is inside the anus and the other is on the outer skin. Occasionally there may be multiple faces inside and outside the anus. Which we call versatile fistula. For several days, the skin is closed and pus and dirt accumulate inside. The result is swelling and pain in the mouth and surroundings. Once the mouth is ruptured, a sticky substance of pus and dirt comes out and the patient feels healthy, the way the recurrence happens and the disease becomes more complicated.
Causes of Anal Fistula
There are many glands inside the anus, which cause abscesses due to infection. The abscess ruptures at some point and comes out through a hole in the area around the anus and pus starts to come out and it comes out through the duct which looks like a burn. (Some people think that it originates from the nest of worms! It is not true, but due to the infestation of worms, itching of the nails can often lead to infection or perforation inside the toilet passage.) Other causes of the anal fistula maybe-
- Cancer of the rectum or anus – an area at the end of the colon where stool is stored
- Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection that mainly affects the lungs, but can later spread to other parts of the body.
- HIV and AIDS – a virus that attacks the body’s immune system (protecting against diseases and infections)
- Chlamydia – a sexually transmitted infection that shows no symptoms
- Syphilis – a bacterial infection that is spread through drugs, blood, or sex
- Ulcers (painful sores)
- Complexity of operation
- Born with health problems
Anal Fistula Anal Fistula – Symptoms
- Pain in the anus
- Sharp pain in the abdomen
- Bleeding with stool
- Bleeding through the rectum
- Tension or convulsions in the lower back muscles
- Pain in the lower part of the body
- Discharge or mucus discharge with stool
- Swelling or lumps around the anus
- Involuntary bowel movements
- Wheel/lump in the scrotum
Anal Fistula Anal Fistula –Treatment
There is no better treatment for allopaths. So the doctors there suggested surgery. Complications are usually caused by anal fistula surgery. This can lead to infections, decreased ability to hold bowel movements, and recurrent anal fistula. So make a well thought out decision before having surgery.
However, there is a permanent treatment for anal fistula in homeopathy. However, it is important to seek treatment on the advice of an expert homeopath.
Piles or hemorrhoids
Piles or gauze is a disease of the rectum where the blood vessels become enlarged and form vascular cushions. If you have hemorrhoids or piles, the following are the common signs and symptoms:
- Painless bleeding during defecation
- Anal itching or uncomfortable burning pain
- Swelling and pain on the outside of the anus
- Feeling and pain in the face of the anus
However, in most cases, patients with piles have no symptoms.
Symptoms of hemorrhoids or piles
Many people are again worried about how to understand hemorrhoids or piles. Let’s see if you can understand how hemorrhoids or piles.
The following symptoms can be seen inside the anus:
- If there is painless bleeding during defecation.
- The swelling of the anus may or may not come out. If it comes out, it goes inside by itself or can be inserted by hand. Sometimes it can happen that once it is out, it can no longer be inserted inside, or even if it is inserted, it comes out again.
- If there is burning, pain, or itching in the rectum.
- In some cases, there may be a pain in the rectum.
Causes of hemorrhoids or piles of disease
Excessive pressure during bowel movements, congenitally weak arteries, chronic cough, constipation or diarrhea, heavy lifting work, excess weight, pregnancy, etc. If left untreated, piles can often lead to gradual anemia, often the pain is and is infection. There are some steps in the scientific treatment of piles. Adherence to medication and a certain way of life may work in the first place, but surgery may also be necessary if it takes on a complex shape. Piles patients may be better off following certain procedures.
- If there is long-term constipation or diarrhea.
- If you eat fewer vegetables and other fibrous foods and water.
- When excess body weight increases.
- It can also occur during pregnancy.
- Also due to liver cirrhosis.
- If there is too much pressure to defecate.
- Excessive use of laxatives (stool softeners) or enemas (hard stools)
- Using liquid mixture) if taken.
- If you spend more time in the toilet.
- Even in old age.
- Someone in the family may have piles.
- Lifting weights, sitting for long periods, etc.
How to do if affected in Piles or Hemorrhoids
- Be careful not to have constipation and try to defecate regularly.
- Adequate intake of vegetables and other fibrous foods and drinking water (8-10 glasses per day).
- Do not work beyond the tolerable level.
- Get 7-8 hours of sleep every day.
- Bodyweight must be controlled.
- Try not to spend too much time in the toilet.
- Foods that are easily digested should be taken.
- Do not take laxatives without a doctor’s advice.
- Not putting too much pressure on bowel movements.
- If he has long-term diarrhea, he should be treated.
Treatment of hemorrhoids or piles
There are advanced treatments for hemorrhoids or piles in homeopathy. With the advice of an experienced doctor, the problem is soon cured with the symptoms of bleeding from the rectum, wet rectum, itching, and burning pain.
Eat all foods if you have anal fissures, piles, fistulas
Vegetables, fruits, all kinds of pulses, salads, yogurt, cheese, carrots, sweet pumpkins, lemons and pickled fruits, ripe papayas, bells, apples, oranges, dates, eggs, fish, chicken, bran, And flour, etc.
Apples are a good source of fiber, and the soluble fiber in apples is effective in controlling cholesterol. Eating apples with peel brings great benefits for piles. It is recommended to eat apples or apple juice regularly to keep piles or hemorrhoids away during pregnancy.
2.Eat banana regularly
Bananas provide great benefits during pregnancy. This wonderful food is not only rich in folic acid, potassium, and vitamin B-6, it is also very useful for the development of the nervous system of the fetus. A good source of fiber, which effectively manages food in the digestive tract, should be eaten regularly.
3.Radish or radish juice
Radish is a very familiar vegetable to us. Many people like this vegetable, but many people do not like it. But this vegetable is extremely beneficial in the problem of piles. Playing the juice of this vegetable can benefit from the problem of piles. First start with 1/4 cup. Then gradually increase the amount to 1/2 cup.
Figs are well known in rural areas. Soak dried figs or figs in 1 glass of water overnight. Drink half of this water the next morning. Drink the remaining half of the water again in the afternoon. You will get good results in the problem of piles.
5. Eat broccoli
Broccoli is a source of energy, rich in vitamins C and vitamins and minerals such as calcium, iron, folic acid, and beta carotene. Broccoli is rich in vitamins and a rich source of fiber and antioxidants. Eating broccoli in the form of soup, fried or steamed with other vegetables during pregnancy is a great way to keep piles away. Broccoli keeps your digestive system healthy and justifies a beneficial pregnancy diet.
We all like to eat Pomegranate. This fruit is very beneficial for the problem of piles. First, boil the Pomegranate seeds well in water. Continue to boil until the Pomegranate grains and water change color. Strain this water. Drink this water twice a day. Surely you will benefit.
7. Eat oranges
These citrus fruits are a source of nutrients rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Calcium, and a good amount of fiber. These nutritious products make this delicious fruit ideal for the natural treatment of piles in pregnant women. Oranges are also helpful in lowering blood sugar levels, especially if you suffer from gestational diabetes.
8. Ginger and lemon juice
Ginger and lemon juice solve our various problems. And ginger and lemon juice work very well in the problem of piles. Dehydration is also one of the causes of piles. Mix ginger and lemon juice and mix 1 teaspoon of the honey well in it. Eat this mixture twice a day. This will hydrate the body and reduce the problem of piles.
9. Application of coconut oil
Coconut oil has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that bring a lot of relief to pregnant women, especially those suffering from piles. Dip a soft cotton ball in coconut oil and apply it to the affected area immediately. It is best to apply the oil. You can apply coconut oil to the affected area regularly two to three times a day.
10. Bathe in warm water in the bathtub
Bathing in warm water, or sitting in a bathtub, provides some relief from burning, itching, and pain during piles. Soak yourself in the bathtub twice a day or immerse the affected areas in a plastic tub twice a day for 15-20 minutes. This practice will also help to keep the anus clean again. After drying, gently wipe dry with a soft washcloth or towel as any moisture or dampness can cause burning or itching. You can also apply a mild antiseptic cream for piles again. It will bring you more comfort.
11. Include pumpkin in your food list
Pumpkin is a great source of many essential nutrients such as beta carotene, folate, magnesium, iron, vitamin B-6, and vitamin E. Pumpkin is a great help in fighting piles during pregnancy. A versatile vegetable-pumpkin can be eaten in many ways. Choose the way you like to eat the most.
12. Add beans to your food list
Prevent pregnancy piles by including beans in your diet. All types of beans are effective in combating piles during pregnancy. Helps to manage and is also quite good for gestational diabetes.
13. Include foods rich in bioflavonoids in your diet
Include foods in your diet that are rich in bioflavonoids during pregnancy and can relieve you from hemorrhoids. Lemons, oranges, ripe papayas, broccoli, and strawberries are some of the useful foods that are rich in bioflavonoids to get rid of hemorrhoids during pregnancy. Is considered.
14. Use ice packs
One of the easiest and cheapest ways to prevent hemorrhoids is to use an ice pack. Take a soft clean cloth and gently place it on the affected area with a few pieces of ice. Ice is very useful for itching, irritation, pain, and inflammation. Apply twice or thrice a day so that you can get rid of hemorrhoids very quickly.
15. Be active and do regular yoga exercises
The key to good health is to become active and practice yoga regularly. Similar exercises need to be done during pregnancy. Kegel exercises and muscle building exercises are very effective in relieving piles or hemorrhoids during pregnancy. However, please consult your doctor before starting any type of physical exercise during pregnancy.
16. Use fresh aloe Vera
Aloe Vera or aloe Vera has healing properties, and it works well if you suffer from piles during pregnancy. Ideally, use fresh aloe Vera available at most supermarkets, or better yet, use aloe Vera leaves grown in your garden. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Carefully remove the gel and apply it twice a day to the affected area.
17. Use potato packs
Potatoes work strangely well to reduce any discomfort or inflammation caused by piles. To use, wash a potato well, peel it and grind it with a little water or lemon juice in a mixer grinder. Take a chip and soak a cotton ball in it. Now apply the juice to the affected area two to three times a day. Adding potatoes to your diet will also ease constipation and other digestive problems.
18. Add garlic to your food list
Garlic has many medicinal and healing properties. It is very effective in fighting against any infection caused by allicin, microorganisms, or microorganisms present in garlic. Boil it in 5 cups of water for two minutes. When it cools down, strain it and apply the liquid to the affected area. Be sure to pat the area dry after each paste.
19. Use black cumin
Black cumin is very effective in reducing the symptoms related to piles or hemorrhoids during pregnancy. Black cumin thymoquinone has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Take a few teaspoons or a handful of black cumin and mix it with water to make a smooth paste. Leave it in that position for 15 minutes. Now wash the area with lukewarm water and pat it dry. Apply the paste on the affected area twice a day to get rid of the symptoms of piles or hemorrhoids.
20. Fresh fruits and vegetables
The best way to get rid of piles during pregnancy is to eat a good diet that includes plenty of fresh fruits and green vegetables. Fresh fruits and vegetables provide adequate nutrition not only to you but also to your unborn baby. Helps you in the struggle. To get rid of hemorrhoids, some fruits and vegetables should be added to your regular food list, among them Mosambi lemon, orange lemon, leaf lemon, cranberry, and asparagus are notable.
21. Add more probiotic foods to your daily food list
One of the best ways to fight hemorrhoids during pregnancy is to take probiotic-rich foods. These probiotic foods help the body get better bacteria, and are also great for improving a healthy gut. Yogurt, processed cheese, and kombucha tea are some of the foods that contain very good amounts of probiotics.
Don’t eat foods that cause anal fissures, piles, fistulas
Peeled grains, beef, poultry, and other fatty foods, smooth rice, flour, tea, coffee, cheese, butter, chocolate, ice cream, soft drinks, all kinds of fried foods such as parota, luchi, chips, etc.