Piles Treatment in Nepal


  • Chronic constipation and other bowel disorders. The pressure exerted to evacuate the constipated bowels affects the surrounding veins. This leads to piles.

  • Prolonged periods of sitting or standing.

  • Strenuous work

  • Obesity

  • Mental tension

  • Hereditary factors.

  • Common during pregnancy



  • Intense pain at the time of passing stool.

  • Bleeding. Often leads to anemia due to profuse bleeding.

  • Itching in the rectal region.

  • Wind formation in the stomach.

  • Sitting becomes problematic.


  • Pirrhoids Tablets
  • Abhyaristha
  • Arshokuthar Ras
  • Arshoghani Bati
  • Pillarin Tablet

Home Remedies

  • Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)

  • Jimikand (Amorphophallus campanulatus)


  • Avoid potato, yellow variety of pumpkin, colocasia

  • Go for the following diet:
    Seeds: Mango Seeds, Sesame seeds Fresh
    Fruits: Jambul Fruit, Dry Figs, Papaya, Amalaki
    Vegetables: Radish, Turnip, Bitter Gourd, Onion, Ginger Grains : Rice, Wheat


  • Intestine should be thoroughly cleansed

  • Exercise is a must

  • Do not indulge in sex in excess

  • Avoid going for horse rides or sitting on hard seats.

  • Drink lots of water

Yoga Exercises

  • Cobra (Bhujang

  • Bow (Dhanur Asana)

Related Links

http://www.webmd.boots.com/digestive-disorders/piles-haemorrhoids, http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hemorrhoids/symptoms-causes/dxc-20249175

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