what food should i take to control piles. is dal rice ok? i had piles from last 20 days....so i need to go to doctor or home remedies can help me in curing.

Rice does not have a very high fiber content and can be quite soothing to your digestive system. Avoid consuming it for dinner though. Dal is also fine, but avoid overeating. Consume dal and rice in a small quantity for your lunch and also have a ripe banana and a glass of buttermilk. Rice is actually recommended by some dieticians, while others dissuade consumption of rice. Moderation would therefore be most appropriate. If your condition shows no improvement in a couple of days you should then rethink your diet. Since you've been suffering from the condition for almost three weeks, it may take time for results to show. Prompt treatment is necessary for a speedy recovery.

Piles can be an extremely painful condition, and one that is most often caused by severe or chronic constipation. Constipation and straining to pass stools can severely aggravate and worsen the problem. Soreness and irritation when passing stools is common, and there may also be some bleeding. Curing your constipation is therefore the most effective remedy, and should be the first step of your treatment for piles.

Here are some natural remedies that should help:

  • Dry Figs Treatment: Clean a handful of figs in hot water and soak them overnight. Consume them the next morning before any other activity, along with the water they were soaked in. Repeat this treatment in the evening and keep up this practice for at least two or three weeks. Figs are so effective and widely recommended for the treatment of piles and hemorrhoids because of the stimulatory effect they have on the peristaltic movement of the intestines. This helps cleanse the alimentary canal and also reduces the discomfort in passing of stools.
  • Radish Treatment: Grate around 100mg of white radish and ad a teaspoon of honey to it. Consume this twice a day. You can even have it in the juice form, with a pinch of salt added in. accoding to some naturalists you can even relieve the pain and swelling by applying a paste of milk and radish directly onto the affected area.
  • Turnip Treatment: Another effective natural remedy for piles can be extracted from turnip leaves. Extract the juices and consume around 150 ml on a daily basis. In addition to this juice however, you also need to follow a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Bitter gourd, mango seeds, ginger, wheat grass and sesame seeds are some of the other popular remedies. No matter what remedy you use, remember that your diet is the most important factor, and you need to make long term changes, not just temporary measures.

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