Hemocyl is my top recommended product for home treatment of piles. I don’t recommend many treatments but this has got such a fantastic track record that I’m happy to recommend it. I know that customers who buy Hemocyl, re-order six months later. They wouldn’t do this if it wasn’t working for them.
What Is Hemocyl? There are 3 main kinds of hemorrhoid products, creams, wipes and oral supplements. Not all of them are effective and many of them may cause some embarrassment. A recommended natural supplement which has been formulated to fight hemorrhoids is called Hemocyl. Hemorrhoids are usually common, with 2 out of 3 people being [...]
Piles are very common and most people will suffer from them at some point in their lives, yet they can be very embarassing for people to talk about. I’ve put together a list of commonly asked questions which will hopefully help. If you have a question that isn’t on list, just contact me using the [...]
Are you suffering from anal fissure or hemorrhoids? These are both conditions which have similar symptoms, pain and bleeding. Some people who have anal fissures think their pain is caused by hemorrhoids, and some who have hemorrhoids mistakenly think they suffer from an anal fissure. Here we’ll try to explain the difference. Anal Fissure An [...]
Constipation and the straining it causes, is one of the most common causes of piles. Not only can it cause piles to develop but once you have them, the constant straining is inevitably going to worsen the problem. It makes sense to keep your colon in as healthy a condition as possible. Detox Plus Colon [...]
Smiles with Piles By Mark Hope (He should have tried Hemocyl!) In my prayers last night I asked tomorrow to be full of smiles I was hoping that when I got up I’d experience disappearing piles The morning came, the paper came The toilet visit was just the same Oh well I thought, never mind Tonights prayers [...]
Many people are too embarrassed to talk about their piles and will put off seeing a doctor because of it. However, it is vitally important to seek medical advice if you have piles that are bleeding. The worst thing you can do is to let piles embarrassment prevent you from getting a diagnosis and correct [...]
Bleeding piles are caused when the delicate anal tissue and hemorrhoidal veins become swollen and irritated. Both external and internal piles can start to bleed. Quite often, internal piles are unnoticed until they start bleeding. Blood on the toilet paper or in the toilet bowl may be the first sign that you have piles.. [...]
Piles fall into two types, internal piles and external piles. Internal piles occur where the anal tissue becomes inflamed inside of the rectum. External piles occur when the soft tissue on the outside of the anus becomes inflamed. As they are found outside of the anus, the sacs of blood filled tissue are visible [...]
Hemorrhoids are not anything from which a person wants to suffer, but many will at some time or other. The risks sometimes increase in people as they grown older. Some hemorrhoids do not respond to home remedies or to non-invasive procedures. In cases, like this a doctor might recommend something more invasive such as hemorrhoid [...]
The method used to treat piles will depend on the severity of your piles and whether or not you want invasive treatment. You should consult with your doctor if you are suffering from piles to receive safe treatment options. This is especially true if you have a severe case or if other methods are not [...]
If you are someone who is prone to suffering from piles (hemorrhoids), you might want to eat more fibre in your diet. Fibre can help to keep you regular and will lower your risk of suffering from constipation. Talk to your doctor to determine the ideal amount of fibre for your age and health. Then [...]
Many people will experience a hemorrhoid at some point or another in their lifetime. Even so, there are many myths and misconceptions about this uncomfortable condition. This article will discuss some of the inaccurate views of hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids only occur or are more likely to occur in men. For whatever reason some people think that men [...]
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Thrombosed piles are external hemorrhoids that have either ruptured, or developed a blood-clot.
Thrombosed hemorrhoids can cause acute pain if they become strangulated. A person with thrombosed piles will usually have a large mass of extremely sensitive tissue protruding from the rectum.
Thrombosed hemorrhoids are easy to identify.
Everyone should do their best to avoid piles. They are a very common condition in both men and women so it is likely that you may develop them at some time, if you haven’t already. It is thought that 80% of people will experience piles at some point in their lives. Hemorrhoids can take place at any age, but the possibility of getting hemorrhoids increases with age and are most common in the over 50 age group. Pregnant women are also very likely to develop piles.
There are different types of piles that you can suffer from. They are classified according to their location and degree of severity.
The medical name for piles is hemorrhoids or haemorrhoids depending on where you come from. To save confusion between the spellings from different countries, I’m just going to call them by their common name, piles while we take a look at the types of piles that there are.
What do piles look like? This is something that you may be wondering. After all it is very difficult to get a good look at our own! Not surprisingly, many people have never seen a haemorrhoid.
An online search will bring up many pictures that can answer the question; what do piles look like? However you may well find many pictures that look nothing like your own piles.In fact you probably will because one person’s piles can look very different to another person’s piles.
Understanding the causes of piles can help prevent them re-occurring
There are many possible causes of piles. Understanding the causes can help prevent them from re-occurring. The exact cause of piles isn’t always known but it is generally understood that they can be caused by any one, or a number of the following factors;
Are you suffering from these symptoms of piles?
The symptoms of piles can actually be found in other conditions such as fistulas, fissures, and abscesses. These are all conditions that, like piles cause irritation and itching. Sometimes these symptoms are incorrectly diagnosed as piles. In some cases, the symptoms simply go away within a few days. In a great many cases, however, symptoms eventually return, often worse than before.