External hemorrhoids occur along the 3cm anal canal where the skin changes to a mucous membrane. It can be full of blood clots (thrombotic hemorrhoids occur when the hemorrhoidal vessel is ruptured and a clot is formed) or connective tissue (cutaneous hemorrhoids occur when the fibrous connective tissue is covered by anal skin) and can be located any place on the circumference of the anus. Internal hemorrhoids form above the anorectal line. Occasionally, an internal hemorrhoid will enlarge to such an extent that it will prolapse and descend below the anal sphincter.
Symptoms:Itching, burning, pain, inflammation, irritation, swelling, bleeding and seepage in the anorectal region
- Avoid foods that hamper the digestion process and induce constipation.
- Increase dietary fiber to help in easy bowel evacuation.
- Drink plenty of water to ensure the smooth stool evacuation.
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Pilex stops bleeding, pain and discharge and also shrinks pile mass.
Triphala aids digestion and assists in the smooth evacuation of fecal matter, which prevents the formation of hemorrhoids.
Herbolax corrects chronic constipation and ensures the smooth stool evacuation without interrupting the fluid and electrolyte balance. It also prevents blood loss.
Styplon is useful in treating bleeding piles.