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Internal & external Piles
I am suffering from internal and external piles from 4 months. Pain while urine passing time , but no problem in urine culture and urine test report.
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Dr. Shalini Kushwaha
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Hello. Bleeding is there or not? You have constipation also? Pain while defecation? If yes then what type of pain? Have you felt the piles with your finger? Homoeopathy has a complete cure for this. Also u should follow Dr chetan 's advice.
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Dr. Kirti Jethava
Ayurveda 8 yrs exp Vadodara
I advice u to go for ksharsutra treatment-the best treatment for piles...the good thing in ur case is that condition is not chronic....if u vl wait for furthet few months than piles mass may increase in size...
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Dr. Chethan R S
General Physician 3 yrs exp Bangalore
Hi, Soak regularly in a warm bath or sitz bath. Soak your anal area in plain warm water 10 to 15 minutes two to three times a day. A sitz bath fits over the toilet. You can get one at most drugstores. Keep the anal area clean. Bathe (preferably) or shower daily to cleanse the skin around your anus gently with warm water. Soap isn't necessary and may aggravate the problem. Avoid alcohol based or perfumed wipes. Gently dry the area with a hair dryer after bathing. Don't use dry toilet paper. To help keep the anal area clean after a bowel movement, use moist towelettes or wet toilet paper that doesn't contain perfume or alcohol. Apply cold. Apply ice packs or cold compresses on your anus to relieve swelling. With these treatments, hemorrhoid symptoms often go away within a week. See your doctor if you don't get relief in a week, or sooner if you have severe pain or bleeding. Consult surgeon....
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