Case of Prolapsed Pile Mass

32 year male patient came with the complaints of Bleeding while passing stool, pile mass and Constipation since 4-5 Years Its a case of Prolapsed Pile Mass I advised for Kshar Sutra Ligation And started with Bolbhadra Rasa 2 tab BD to manage the Bleeding Anesthetic Ointment for local application to manage the pain And Panchashakar Churna to manage Vibandha I explained him Kshar Sutra Ligation is the best possible way to cure the disease, He is confused between Surgical Management and KS Ligation. I am wondering why 37% People Diagnosed this case as Prolapsed Uterus



Wash with Hamamelis Q. And internally 5 drops of the same remedy. Bleeding should stop quickly. Later followup with another suitable remedy for the modified symptoms

Kshar sutra treatment is helpful Tab pilex Arogyavardhani vati Avipittikar churna Abhyaristha Avoid spicy food and pack Dasmulahristha

Thank you doctor

Good case ensure your DD with rectal prolapse some times rectal prolapse with 1st or 2nd degree haemorrhoids presents in similar fashion.

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First rule out d properly, it's a rectal or piles mass..... If have piles mass.... Tt... KS ligation and wd necessary investigation is ideal tt for dis case. @Dr. Hemant Adhikari sir

In hoemeopathy there is good medicine.. Where u chose acording the symtoms totality.... The rattanhia.. Esculus and sulpher is need to subside the acute apisode....

Kshar sutra is the best option in this case Aarogyavardhini vati Hingwastak choorna may be helpful Patya aahar sevan

Thank you doctor

sastra, kshara, agni karma is indicated. U can get symptomatic results by our medicines but surgery is advised.

Coz look a like one.avoid surgery, sulpha if tolerant turmeric powder to apply, avoid dairy products, prayers,ksligation is better alkaline diet no spices

Aloes 200 Hamamelis 30

Coz it looks like one... avoid surgery as it may lead to more complications. Sulpha if tolerant turmeric powder to apply no dairy products, boiled foods alkaline diet ks

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