Hemorrhoids, otherwise called Piles are swollen veins inside or around the anal area and rectum that cause torment and inconvenience while sitting, walking, or any other movements. Small sprouted masses of hemorrhoids may clear up within a couple of days with no treatment. However, enormous or external types of hemorrhoids can take more time to recuperate in healing and may require a hemorrhoid medical procedure to eliminate the culpable hemorrhoids.
However, there are diverse treatment modalities including surgeries accessible for treating hemorrhoids starting from Hemorrhoidectomy, laser medical procedures in allopathy to Ayurvedic approaches beginning from all-encompassing restorative healing with kshara-sutra treatment. Individuals encountering hemorrhoids who need to have a go at treating them with Ayurvedic medication ought to anticipate herbal cures, way of lifestyle changes, and perhaps negligibly intrusive measures as a feature of their treatment plan.
The treatment approach well-opted for hemorrhoids with minimal side effects and a fast recovery rate is Ayurvedic medicinal therapy i.e. Kshara karma therapy, which is considered to be the best approach for treating hemorrhoids. This therapy uses a cauterization procedure with a herbal blend of thread that cuts off the blood supply to the affected vein, allowing hemorrhoids to shrink over the next 7 to 10 days and detach on their own.
The Ayurvedic treatment approach depends on the dosha predominance and severity or grading of hemorrhoids, individuals are advised to take specific medications to balance aggravated dosha while recovering along with some healthy dietary and lifestyle adjustments to support healing in post-treatment care.
Kshara treatment gives off the impression of being a safe option for the management of hemorrhoids, yet there is a potential for minimal side effects in some cases. Application of kshara or caustic powder paste or kshar sutra ligation blended over a thread for seven days aids in the shrinkage of the hemorrhoids. There is no relevant record of potential side effects being appeared during this treatment. Ayurvedic scholars have concluded that this treatment would be best for first-and second-degree hemorrhoids. In kshara sutra therapy or chemical cauterization, one gets side effects free treatment with the post-recovery period within 21 days and has no antagonistic impacts or difficulties.
This sort of treatment may expect five to six medicinal approaches over several weeks before it has any kind of effect. Indeed, the dosha predominance will be considered before treatment.
Ayurvedic hemorrhoid treatments like the application of kshara paste and Kshara Sutra ligation have been shown to be safe and effective. severe complications after hemorrhoid surgery are rare. But, cauterization procedures and surgical procedures have a much higher risk. Possible side effects include:
To avoid the above-mentioned complications,
Recovery from hemorrhoid surgery is a gradual process. Recovery time varies depending on the procedure of general health, age, and other factors.
Post-treatment protocol involves mainly precautionary measures;
After post-treatment, one might have complaints of slight bleeding from the area where cauterization was done, this is quite normal. The amount of bleeding may range from drops to a few ml per day. The bleeding will cease with passing days. Contact the physician, if having more than the expected bleeding that lasts longer than a week.
Haemorrhoidal management care with kshar sutra ligation has minimal pain occurrence for a few days, but the pain and discomfort will ease. Take mild laxatives like Triphala powder or haritaki powder for soft passage of stools and perform a sitz bath twice a day with warm water followed by application of Jatyadi tailam.
Proper diet and lifestyle along with healthy toiletry habits to avoid constipation i.e. hard stools are a must to reduce excoriating pain while defecating. Avoid excessive straining while defecation, pass stools only when having the urge and use stool under the feet to mimic a squatting position while using the western toilet for relaxing the abdominal and pelvic muscles while emptying bowels. The main aim is to have loose feces, prevent straining and therefore reduce pain.
It is important to maintain the affected anal area to be clean and hygienic. Gently bathe the area in a warm sitz bath and wipe by tapping with a soft cotton cloth only. Apply Jatyadi or kasisadi thailam locally to ease pain and prevent any postoperative infection. Avoid any use of soap or salt in the water until the wound has healed.
The recovery period usually lasts 1-2 weeks but it is recommended to have a week to 10 days off work. Avoid any strenuous activity such as heavy lifting, exercise or running during the first week or so. Build up to the normal level of activity gradually.
The recurrence rate of hemorrhoids with kshara therapy is very minimal. However, the chances of this happening can be reduced by taking several simple steps such as;
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