Hemorrhoids (PILES)


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Increased straining during bowel movements may lead to hemorrhoids.

It is a common condition.

Hypertension, particularly portal hypertension, may also cause hemorrhoids.

Obesity can be a factor by increasing rectal vein pressure.

Sitting for prolonged periods of time can cause hemorrhoids.

Poor muscle tone or poor posture can result in too much pressure on the rectal veins.

Pregnancy causes hypertension and increases strain during bowel movements, so hemorrhoids are often associated with pregnancy.

Excessive consumption of alcohol or caffeine can cause hemorrhoids.

Both can cause diarrhea.

Note that caffeine ingestion increases blood pressure transiently, but is not thought to cause chronic hypertension.

Alcohol can also cause alcoholic liver disease leading to portal hypertension.

Insufficient water intake may cause a hard stool, or even chronic constipation, leading to hemorrhoidal irritation.

Eating fruit, vegetables (fiber rich food - fruits, vegetables and cereals are high in fiber) helps avoid conditions that lead to hemorrhoids.

Prevention of hemorrhoids
  • Drink more fluids (water / fruit juices).
  • Eat more dietary fiber (such as fruits, vegetables and cereals high in fiber). Exercise regularly.
  • Avoid sedentary habits.
  • Practice better posture.
  • Reduce bowel movement strain and time.
  • Hemorrhoid sufferers should avoid using laxatives and should strictly limit time straining during bowel movement.
  • Do not wear tight clothing and underwear will also contribute to irritation and poor muscle tone in the region and promote hemorrhoid development. Wear only very lightweight underwear.
  • Women who have painful stools / menstruation are advised to take extra dietary fiber and fluids.
  • Stool may contain irritants that increase the fissures associated with hemorrhoids. Wash the anus with cool water and soap after each stool.
  • These days people do not get sufficient supply of dietary fiber (20 to 25 grams daily) so small changes in daily diet may help a lot in prevention / treatment of hemorrhoids.


They protrude like a bunch of grapes after each stool, and are relieved by the application of cold water and aggravated by motion.

Aloe and Collinsonia

Collinsonia most always has constipation and Aloe diarrhoea.


Abdominal plethora, throbbing deep in the abdomen.

Hemorrhoids accompanied by a feeling of dryness in the rectum as though little sticks, splinters or burrs were sticking in the mucous membrane.

They are purple in color and accompanied by backache.

Feeling of fullness in the rectum as if it would protrude.

Bowels loose.

Ratanhia has a symptom that the rectum seems as if full of pounded glass; another symptom of this drug is that the anus aches and burns for hours after stool.

Where there is a sensation of sticks in the rectum ; constipation, with prolapsus uteri and hemorrhoids.

Nux vomica

Itching hemorrhoids, which keep the patient awake ; bleeding piles, with ineffectual urging to stool.


Soreness is the great keynote.

There is also much backache and hemorrhage.


When the hemorrhoidal flow becomes suppressed and reflex troubles arise.

Profuse haemorrhoidal bleeding; haemorrhage from bowels after checked metrorrhagia.


Bleeding piles; stinging and pressure in the anus; abdomen feels full, with tensive, pressive and colicky pains; bruised feeling in back and sacrum.

Protruding, purple piles; sensation as if sticks were in rectum; fullness and bearing down; aching and lameness in back.


Haemorrhoids protrude like grapes; hot and sore, > by cold washing; flatus with faeces. Aloes follows Sulphur well to which it is complementary.

Protrusion of haemorrhoids after stool, with long lasting pains; cannot walk. Haemorrhoids protrude, independent of stool. Burning at anus prevents sleep; must rise from bed on account of this and tenesmus.Itching at anus.

Haemorrhoids after suppressed leucorrhoea, sore and smarting. Hard crumbling stools, requiring effort to expel them.

Copious, haemorrhoidal bleeding from bowels, with solid faeces. Mucous piles, pricking, burning, staining yellow; sometimes ichor oozes.


Haemorrhoids with stiching pain when walking or sitting, not at stool; burning pain > by heat.

Piles with rectal catarrh; external piles bleed during stool. Hard, knotty or large faeces.


Haemorrhoids, with itching and burning, particularly after stool, which frequently is hard and covered with blood.


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