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<br>TREATING PILES IS A PAIN IN THE BACKSIDE!<br><br>We shall look at various ways of treating piles.  Firstly, however, I should explain for the purposes of clarity that the word piles is the UK terminology for Haemorrhoids.  This is commonly spelt as Hemorrhoids in North America.<br><br>Being affected by painful and itching piles is certainly no laughing matter. The pain and itching associated with the condition can be embarrassing as well as distracting. There are a variety of solutions to help you overcome the problem of piles which are outlined in this short article.<br><br>What are piles?  In short, piles are referred to a condition in which the veins around the anus are swollen and inflamed. Piles can be found internally within the anus as well as externally around the anus.<br><br>The condition is often highlighted when sufferers attempt to make a bowel movement. <br>Signs symptoms of piles are observed through blood appearing on toilet tissue, as well as blood found in and around the toilet bowl. A lump or painful swelling around the anus can be a physical sign of external piles along with extreme itching in the same area.<br><br>There are many methods you can try to actively reduce or eliminate the condition.  One easy and simple activity is to sit in a few inches of warm water in a bath for about fifteen minutes, two or three times a day.  Consider changing your diet, especially if you suffer from constipation.  Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables and eat fibrous foods, avoiding processed foods where you can.  Drink plenty of water throughout the day. In severe cases you may require a consultation with your Doctor.<br><br>Treating piles for most sufferers is easily undertaken at home, using natural remedies.<br><br>For further information from Mike Matthews on treating piles the natural way go to<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>

Mike Matthews

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