What are the chances of recurrence in Fissure in ano after Ayurveda Kshara sutra treatment

To read this article in Hindi Click here    Anal Fissure or Fissure in ano is a very painful condition that leads to a lot of discomfort to the person suffering from it. To understand it properly we have to go through at the root cause of the problem. At most of the time anal fissure is caused due to passage of hard stool during defecation. The hard stool causes a tear at the anal canal which cause a lot of pain during passing of stools. If the patient has consulted a doctor and took treatment whether by kshara sutra […]

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Can Piles-Fissure-Fistula be cured by medicines only without any surgical or parasurgical procedure?

Practically it has been observed that only first degree piles/hemorrhoids and anal fissure in its initial stage can be controlled by Ayurvedic medication. But in 2nd, 3rd and 4th degrees of piles/hemorrhoids, Chronic fissure in ano and fistula in ano, abscess, pilonidal sinus etc. need surgical intervention. However people tend to refrain from surgery due to fear and/or expensiveness and wander here and there in search of medicine. Quacks take the advantage from such patients and finally lead to aggravation of the disease. Among various surgical and parasurgical approaches, the Ayurvedic kshara sutra therapy has been proved to be extremely […]

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Free Piles, Fissure, Fistula Awareness and Treatment Campaign

  निःशुल्क बवासीर, फिशर, भगन्दर व उदर रोग जागरुकता एव्ं चिकित्सा अभियान   श्री धन्वन्तरि क्लीनिक, गाजियाबाद द्वारा आर्थिक रूप से निर्बल बवासीर, फिशर, भगन्दर, पाइलोनिडल साइनस के रोगियों के लिये एक ‘निःशुल्क बवासीर, फिशर, भगन्दर व उदर रोग जागरुकता एव्ं चिकित्सा अभियान’ का आयोजन किया जा रहा है। इस अभियान में; गुदा व पेट की बीमारियों के बारे में जन-सामान्य को विभिन्न प्रचार माध्यमों द्वारा जागरूक किया जायेगा। आर्थिक रूप से निर्बल बवासीर, फिशर, भगन्दर, पाइलोनिडल साइनस के रोगियों के लिये निःशुल्क आयुर्वेदिक औषधियों व क्षार-सूत्र चिकित्सा की व्यवस्था उपलब्ध रहेगी। कॄपया हमारे इस अभियान में शामिल हों व अधिक से अधिक संख्या में लोगों को इसके बारे में बतायें तथा ऐसे रोगियों […]

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Sitz bath; a wonder remedy in anorectal problems

Sitz bath; a wonder remedy in anorectal problems Sitz Bath: The name is derived from the German verb ‘sitzen’ meaning ‘to sit.’ Definition: A sitz bath (also called a hip bath) is a type of bath in which only the hips and buttocks are soaked in water or saline solution. In Ayurveda it has been described as ‘Kati Snaana’ Equipment used for sitz baths: A sitz bath, in which only the hips and buttocks are soaked in water or saline solution, is used for patients who have had surgery in the rectal area or to ease discomfort from fissure, painful […]

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Constipation: Causes, Prevention and treatment as per Ayurveda

Constipation: Causes, Prevention and treatment as per Ayurveda The word constipation comes from the Latin constipare meaning “to press, crowd together”, and from 1400 A.D. Latin Constipationem. According to Medilexicon’s medical dictionary, constipation is “A condition in which bowel movements are infrequent or incomplete”. Constipation is also known as costiveness, and irregularity. Constipation is a condition of the digestive system. The sufferer has hard feces that are difficult to expel. In most cases, this occurs because the colon (Lower part of large intestine where feces formed from undigested remements of food) has absorbed too much of the water from the […]

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Ano-rectal diseases; an introduction and treatment approach as per Ayurveda

Ano-rectal diseases; an introduction and treatment approach as per Ayurveda Ano-rectal disorders are progressively increasing in the society. Few important causes out of a number of them are; sedentary life style, irregular and inappropriate diet, prolonged sitting and/or standing and psychological disturbances like anxiety, depression etc. Ano-rectal problems coupled with psychological manifestations are the causes, inter-related to each other. As per Ayurveda, these above mentioned causes result in derangement of ‘Jatharagni’ (the digestive power) which leads to constipation and other associated symptoms. Constipation leads to generation of hard stool (fecolith) which when expelled leads to trauma in anal canal and […]

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Advantages of Ayurveda Kshara sutra therapy over conventional surgery in Ano-rectal patients

  ADVANTAGES AND BENEFITS OF KSHAR SUTRA THERAPY OVER CONVENTIONAL SURGERY IN ANORECTAL PATIENTS Dr. Monica Sreshtha, MS (Ay) Consultant Surgeon and Ayurveda Proctologist CEO, Shri Dhanwantari Clinic, Ghaziabad     It is a simple, safe and sure treatment for fistula –in-ano (95-98% success rate)  Ksharsutra is – chemical fistulectomy rather than surgical fistulectomy.  It is a simple minimum invasive surgical technique. Recurrence is negligible (3-5%). Performed in Minor O.T. conditions. Only 30- 45 minutes is required for the procedure Hospital stay is usually minimum (5-6 hrs). Minimal bed rest is required after the procedure. No damage to anal sphincter […]

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Precautions to be taken during and after Kshara sutra treatment

PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN DURING AND AFTER KSHARA SUTRA TREATMENT क्षार सूत्र चिकित्सा के समय व बाद में क्या क्या सावधानियाँ बरतें !!! हिंदी में पढने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करें. Avoid straining during defecation: It has been observed that people suffering from anorectal diseases (Piles, Fissure in ano, Fistula in ano etc.) generally do excessive straining during the act of defecation. According to Ayurveda, the root cause of these diseases is ‘mandaagni’ (sluggish digestive fire) which ultimately leads to ‘kosthabaddhta’ (constipation). An individual with constipated bowels try to strain while passing stools to expel the faeces but ultimately it […]

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Diet for Constipation, Piles/Hemorrhoids, Anal fissure and Fistula in ano (ano-rectal) patients as per Ayurveda

Diet for Constipation, Piles/Hemorrhoids, Anal fissure and Fistula in ano (ano-rectal) patients as per Ayurveda Breakfast: Dalia (sweet or salty depending on individual’s choice), Milk without fat, Tea, Toast, Chapati, Mix veg., Brown bread, Sprouts, Fruits like apple etc. Lunch: Chapatis, Cooked mixed vegetables, Daal (cooked pulses), Boiled rice, Takra (Buttermilk), Salad prepared from onion, tomato, radish, turnip, carrots, papaya etc. Evening Tea/snacks: Tea or coffee, Toasts, Dry fruits, Biscuits, roasted popcorns or any other light food item can be taken. Dinner: Chapatais, cooked vegetables, Daal (cooked pulse), salad Note: Please don’t take dahi (curd) or buttermilk in dinner. At […]

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