April 1, 2022
Both these ailments have acute and severe stages; however, if not diagnosed and treated appropriately in the primary stage, may reach a chronic level within no time. Thus, it is highly recommended to know and treat early stages of Haemorrhoids and Constipation to prevent extremely painful, bleeding piles and chronic constipation respectively.
‘Haemorrhoids‘ are thickened or swollen anal blood vessels leading to pain, bleeding, and itchiness during bowel movements. This condition develops when anal blood vessels experience excess pressure. Depending on the inflammation and progression of the disease, there are four stages of Piles. While Grade I represents acute Piles with mild pain, itching, and heaviness in the rectum, Grade II involves strained & painful defecation, repeated bleeding, itching, dragging & burning sensation, and feeling of a prolapse. On the further progression of the disease, Grade III is Piles involve painful defecation, heavy recurrent bleeding, uncontrollable itching, and feeling of a grown prolapse. All these symptoms worsen in Grade IV and the prolapse becomes irreducible. With every advancing stage of Piles, the possible line of treatment also turns from simple to complex.