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Why use homeopathic remedies for piles?

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
Feb 04, 2013
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The conventional treatment for piles is not very successful in curing the disease. The conventional medications and surgery do not treat the actual cause of piles (such as genetic tendencies, habitual constipation, etc). The rate of relapse after conventional medicines and surgery is high. Homeopathic remedies can be very effective for treatment of piles.

  • Homeopathic remedies aims to treat the root cause of piles (disharmony within your body) rather the symptoms of piles. This reduces the chances of relapse.
  • These remedies can reduce the pain, bleeding, itching and other symptoms associated with piles.
  • Homeopathic remedies are gentle and not invasive (like surgery). After surgery the rate of relapse is high as surgery does not treat the actual cause of piles (such as genetic tendencies, habitual constipation, etc).

The aim of homeopathic remedies is to treat the person as a whole rather than treating only the disease. Your homeopath doctor will choose a remedy (specific to the individual) after assessing your actual cause of pile (genetic tendencies, habitual constipation, etc) and overall health. In mild piles treatment with homeopathy can significantly reduce the symptoms. In more severe piles (grade 3 and 4) the symptoms are reduced but the condition may not be completely cured.

 

 

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