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A 28-year-old female asked:

i'm facing problem of piles and i think its in initial stage. pl suggest ayurvedic treatment?

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Dr. Debra Carter-Miller
Family Medicine 43 years experience
Try aescin: Horse chestnut seed has been shown to be effective. Prevention of the causes, usually constipation is also beneficial. For that: adequate h2o, gymnema, fiber , aloe. Check with your local health food store.

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A 25-year-old female asked:

Hi, from last 5-6 years I am suffring from piles. I have taken Ayurvedic medicine for it but it didn't work. It is extranal pile i suppose...

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Dr. Richard Sanders
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Visit surgeon: Cpnsult a proctologist, colo-rectal or general surgeon to examine the hemorrhoid to see if it can be treated surgically.
A 32-year-old male asked:

Ayurvedic meficine for piles?

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Dr. Gabriel Goren
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NO!: ... Why the search for alternative medicine and especially this one notoriously known not to have good quality control of the producing facilities besides the discovery of high toxic level of arsenic, lead and mercury! try the traditional remedies and if things do not work a proctologist could solve the problem with minimally invasive procedures...

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