Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Remedy for Piles
A Remedy for Piles
Piles (haemorrhoids) are the loose lining of skin that bulges out through the ring muscle which holds the back passage shut. They contain big blood vessels which can bleed or clot up and cause pain. The loose skin can produce irritating tags. Haemorrhoidectomy simply means removal of the haemorrhoids.
You will probably have a general anaesthetic and be completely asleep. Sometimes you may be given an injection in the back to numb the area. The ring muscle is stretched and the piles are trimmed off. Usually after two or three days, when your bowels have opened, you will feel fit enough to leave hospital provided there is someone to look after you. The wound heals up within a week or two.
I am here to tell you that if you don't want operation, I know one place where Piles is totally removed for all over life. This is a small village namely, Hanumaanpur near Muhgalsarai, Chandauli (Varanasi), U.P., INDIA. Here, A villageman give freely a piece of root of a specific plant to be chewed which helps us to get rid of any type of Piles.