People sometimes think that piles (hemorrhoids) are like varicose veins of the legs (i.e. a single vein that has become swollen). This is not the case. A pile is one of the soft pads that has slipped downwards slightly, because the surrounding tissue is not holding it in place properly. When this happens, the small blood vessels within the cushion become engorged with blood, so the cushion swells up. When faeces are passed, the pile may be pushed further down the anal canal to the outside, and this is called a prolapsed pile. Doctors classify piles into three types.
First-degree piles are swollen cushions that always remain within in the anal canal; these are painless.
Second-degree piles are pushed down (prolapsed) when faeces are passed, but return to their starting position afterwards.
Third-degree piles are pushed down (prolapsed) when faeces are passed, or come down at other times. They do not go back by themselves after faeces have been passed.Symptoms
Avoid potato, yellow variety of pumpkin, colocasia
Go for the following diet:
Seeds: Mango Seeds, Sesame seeds Fresh
Fruits: Jambul Fruit, Dry Figs, Papaya, Amalaki
Vegetables: Radish, Turnip, Bitter Gourd, Onion, Ginger Grains : Rice, Wheat
40 days treatment two tablets three times a day with fresh water
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