Author(s): Dr. Parth Aphale*, Dr. Atul Rajgurav
Background: Hemorrhoids are very common. Nearly three out of four adults will have haemorrhoids from time to time. Sometimes they don't cause symptoms but at other times they cause itching, discomfor t and bleeding. Occasionally, a clot may form in a hemorrhoid (thrombosedhemorrhoid). These are not dangerous but can be extremely painful and sometimes need to be lanced and drained. Fortunately, many effective options are available to treat hemorrhoids. Many people can get relief from symptoms with homoeopathic treatment and lifestyle changes. Methods: 30 cases of haemorrhoids were studied satisfying the case definition. Inclusion and exclusion criteria were laid down. Assessment Criteria was laid down. Results: Observations with respect to age, sex, occupation, remedies was done and efficacy of Homoeopathy was analysed in these cases. Conclusion: Homoeopathy is useful in treating cases of haemorrhoids. Keywords: Haemorrhoids, Bleeding, Thrombosed.