As a surgeon, I always found operating piles, the traditional way, a fairly tasking affair for the patient as the same is associated with hospitalisation, surgery, post-operative pain and medications, and rest. After adopting the Ultroid Technique at ClinTech for treating symptomatic hemorrhoids, I find myself highly satisfied with the ease of conducting the procedure and excellent post-procedural results. The patients find Ultroid painless without anesthesia, no painkillers/medications afterwards and see dramatic improvement in the form of stoppage of bleeding and discomfort. I highly recommend Ultroid Hemorrhoid Management System as a painfree, permanent, proven and non-invasive treatment of piles and conduct it in preference to other available methods.
Just like all other lifestyle associated diseases, the worsening of the symptoms of piles like bleeding and discomfort, is definitely related to what you have had the day before. Hot and spicy food with loads of oil and meats, lack of greens and beans, as is common in most Indian kitchens, is more often than not an aggravating factor for an already brewing case of piles. If we take to eating healthy by incorporating plenty of fibres and salads, fruits, sensible amounts of meats, whole grains, and make our diet complete and balanced, the malady from piles can largely be avoided. To summate, what we take in healthy, gets out healthy !
A balanced diet comprising of diverse and healthy foods and that is the key to
promoting good health.
Eating a balanced diet means choosing a wide variety of foods and drinks
from all the food groups. It also means eating certain things in
moderation, namely saturated fat, transfat, cholesterol, refined sugar,
salt and alcohol. The goal is to take in nutrients you need for health at
the recommended levels.
Also, adequate consumption of water is important for a healthy diet.
1)Achieve an energy balance and a healthy weight
2)Limit energy intake from total fats and shift fat consumption away from
saturated fats to unsaturated fats and towards the elimination of
3)Increase consumption of fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains and
4)Limit the intake of simple sugar — A 2003 report recommends less than
10% simple sugars
5)Limit salt / sodium consumption from all sources and ensure that salt is
1)Eat high fiber diet-more fruits,vegetables &whole grain.This would make the stool soft &increase its bulk.This would lessen the straining at stools which cause piles or worsens already existing one.
2)Plenty of oral fluids sufficiently that your urine is light yellow or clear like water.
3)Exercise- Stay active to reduce pressure on veins which occurs because of prolonged standing or sitting.Take frequent short walks.Excercises also helps to reduce weight which contributes to the development of piles.
4)Avoid long period of sitting or standing esp refrain from reading while sitting on the toilet which can increase the pressure in the veins.
5)Schedule time in a day for your bowel movement as a daily routine always helps.Modifying your daily activities to practice healthy bowel habits will help you in the long run to maintain anorectal health.
6)Go to the bathroom as soon as you have the urge because if you wait and the urge goes away,then the stool tends to become dry and hard.Avoid straining at stools.Relax and give yourself time to let things happen naturally.Refrain from holding your breath while passing stools which could again increase the pressure in the veins.
7)Avoid lifting heavy weights frequently.If you must lift weights,always exhale during the act and never hold your breath when you lift.