Hemorrhoids or piles are swollen blood vessels that appear around your anus when too much pressure is exerted on them. It’s not a topic that most people often like to openly talk about, but they are part of many people’s lives. Piles or hemorrhoids can affect adults and children. In women, hemorrhoids most often occur during their pregnancy period, especially during the third trimester and shortly after childbirth. Here are a few tips on how to tackle piles during pregnancy.
Piles are the inflammation or swelling of the blood vessels around your anal region. Piles can become very painful and can cause discomfort, itchiness, or bleeding while passing stools or while sitting. Since having piles is already difficult and uneasy, here are 10 common mistakes that can aggravate your piles.
We live in an era where desk jobs have become the norm. Sitting for long hours have become the order of the day and the days of running around for getting our work done are long gone. The result is less physical work and this change in human habit has brought with it sets of new problems. One among the problems is the high instance of piles reported among adults. So does sitting for long hours and posture affect already existing hemorrhoids or piles? Let us find out.
The Piles is a condition that causes pain, irritation, and discomfort while passing stools. It is caused due to inflammation of the blood vessels around the anal region. A few of the main reasons that cause piles are chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea, weight lifting, obesity and sometimes pregnancy.
Internal piles mostly cannot be seen and felt as it occurs in the anal canal. The internal piles protrude out of the anal canal as the disease progresses. One of the differentiating symptoms of internal piles is bloody stools. This happens if the constipation is chronic. External piles are when the swelling is present externally outside the anus. Here is an account of 7 types of foods to eat if you have piles.
Piles or hemorrhoids are the swellings of the blood vessels around the anal area. Piles develop due to increased pressure that is applied to the blood vessels due to reasons like constipation, straining too much during bowel moments, sitting too long or other reasons. Piles can aggravate or ‘flare up’ due to several reasons and this flaring up is found to be higher during summer months. Here are some tips to avoid pile flare-ups this summer.
Piles or Haemorrhoids are inflamed or bulged blood vessels in the anus region. Their appearance resembles a bag of worms. These blood vessels get bulged or inflamed due to the increased pressure on them caused due to numerous reasons like constipation, bad food habits, sedentary lifestyle, etc. One of the most common symptoms of piles is rectal bleeding. Another disease that is associated with rectal bleeding is colon cancer. Since both these diseases are characterized by rectal bleeding, many people only think of piles and never see the angle of Colon Cancer.
மூலம் பொதுவாகவே மலச்சிக்கலில் அவதிப்படுபவர்களுக்கு தான் பெரும்பாலும் ஏற்படுகிறது. உடல் எடை சற்றே அதிகமாக உள்ளவர்களுக்கும், பருமனாக உள்ளவர்களுக்கும் அதிகமாகவே மலச்சிக்கல் ஏற்படுகிறது என்ற பொதுவான கருத்து உண்டு. ஏனென்றால் அவர்களிடம் உடல் உழைப்பு அதிகம் இல்லாமல் இருப்பதால் செரிமானம் மந்தமாகவே இருக்கும். இந்த மந்த நிலை மலச்சிக்கலில் கொண்டுபோய் விடுவதோடு மட்டுமில்லாமல் அதற்கு அடுத்த நிலையில் மூலத்தையும் ஏற்படுத்தலாம். மூலம் இருந்தால் உடல் எடை குறையுமா?
When we see blood in the stool, the first reaction we typically show is becoming agitated. Panic grips and all bad thoughts start flashing in our mind. Our mind starts processing the very sight of blood in the stool into some serious diseases. Should we really panic when we see blood in our stool?
Piles or hemorrhoids generally appear in a constipated individual. The general assumption is a person who is overweight or obese is more prone to constipation. This is because there is less physical activity leading to less bowel movement. The restricted movement of the bowel can also cause constipation and can ultimately lead to piles. Does the presence of piles or hemorrhoids cause weight loss?
When the pressure on the veins in the rectal region increases, they swell. These swellings resemble a bag of worm and are referred as Piles or Haemorrhoids. The term Haemorrhoids is more used in the American continent. There are two types of piles, namely, internal piles and external piles. Internal piles are more common than external piles. This write up is about the four grades of internal piles, its management and the surgical options given by piles surgeons.