Amroid is a poly-herbal Ayurvedic proprietary formulation to fulfill all the objectives for the management of piles.
Amroid provides dual therapy as tablet & ointment to treat piles systematically & locally for effective and comprehensive management. Amroid acts on the aetiological sites for piles majorly toning GIT (Gastro Intestinal Tract) motility & secretions and help prevent chronic constipation. Besides, Amroid also provides benefits by providing instant symptomatic relief via significant anti-inflammatory, haemostatic, anti-microbial, wound healing, Liver protective, metabolic corrective actions, toning functions of Gastro–Intestinal Tract as whole.
The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat your problem without consulting your doctor.
- Provides complete and comprehensive management in 1st and 2nd degree Haemorrhoids
- A supportive therapy in 3rd and 4th degree Haemorrhoids
- An adjunct therapy for pre & post operative management
- Helps prevent recurrence in post operative cases, regulates bowel movement
- Bleeding Haemorrhoids
- Non–bleeding Haemorrhoids
- Inflamed Haemorrhoids
- Chronic constipation & itching at Ano-rectal region
Adults: 2 tablets thrice a day
Children (6-12 yrs.): 1 tablet twice a day
Continue the treatment for 1 – 3 months till complete relief.
Maintenance Therapy: 1 tablet twice a day
Apply gently on affected area using applicator twice or thrice a day before and after defecation or at bed time.
Q1 I like hot and spicy foods which creates gastric irritation to me and recently I have been diagnosed with bleeding hemorrhoids? Can you suggest any Ayurvedic treatment?
Q2 I had squad of reasons due which my lunch gets skipped generally and had late night dinner habits due to which my bowel habits are not good. I generally had to put more pressure for defecation can u suggest something to mitigate condition.
Q3 My daughter is of 8 years has good food habit but she complains about having pain in passing stools. What should I do?
Q4 I feel pain for a while after defecating, though the pain goes afterwards. What possible problem I could be having?
Q6 I was experiencing irritation & itching at my anal part. I tried using anti-septic/anti-biotic ointments but it reoccurred. What should I do?
Q10 I am a chain smoker and history of inflamed piles too. Will taking Amroid help me in relieving the condition?
Q13 I do not have piles, but I occasionally experience mild swelling after passing stool. Can I use AMROID for this?
Q14 My father is diabetic with occasional alcohol taking habits also suffers from on and off symptoms of bleeding piles. Will taking amroid help him?
Q16 My wife got operated for piles one year back. But again she is getting pain and inflammation. Please suggest an effective non-surgical treatment?
Q17 I am 5 months pregnant and suffers from pain, itching and bleeding during defecation. Can I take Amroid?
Q19 Few days ago I was having constipation which is fine now. But since after there is some granular rise at anus. Should I take AMROID tablet or ointment?
Q20 My brother aged 16 is diagnosed with non-bleeding piles. Doctors says it cannot be cured completely. Does AMROID provide a complete cure?
Q22 I have no visible clusters of tissue. But still I see blood in stools sometimes. Can I take AMROID in such conditions?
Q24 I am 7 months pregnant. I have history of piles. Can I take AMROID as I am facing constipating conditions?
Q25 I bleed almost every time I go for defecation, which makes me feel not to go washroom or avoid as much as possible. Is there anything which can ease my problem?
Q27 Taking only tablet of AMROID will be helpful as I have just started experiencing the symptoms of hemorrhoids and are very mild?
Q29 Doctor has told me that I have got skin fissures in the skin around the anal area. AMROID will help me for this or should I take any other medicine?
Q30 Doctor has suggested me to increase my water intake to have soften stools. Can I also take any medicine which will help in easing the defecation or regulating my bowel movement?
|S.No.||Indications||Dosage form||Dosage||Min. duration (Months)|
|1.||Haemorrhoids (bleeding, Non-bleeding, Inflammatory)||Tab.||1 tab. T.D.S||2 tab. T.D.S||1 tab. B.D||1 tab. B.D||3||3|
|Oint.||T. D.S L/A||T. D.S L/A||Once L/A||Once L/A||3||3|
Q35 Will Amroid be helpful in healing the wounds as well or do I have to use another ointment for this?
Q36 Can the effects of the therapy will be helpful in reducing the symptoms immediately after starting the dual therapy?
- Consuming high-fiber diet
- Drinking plenty of water
- Avoid long period in standing position
- Improvement of circulation with regular exercise
- Application of AMROID ointment for gentle pushing of piles inside the anus
- Avoiding straining while defecating as much as possible
- Making use of moist toilet paper for cleaning the anus, instead of dry one
- One can take Amroid tablet only under the supervision of physician
Q42 My symptoms are 2 lumps on my anus, constipation (or lesser amount of excretion) and itching and irritation, at current there has been no bleeding. I noticed these symptoms are close to the symptoms of anal cancer or piles with ‘a lump near the anus, rectal bleeding, itching or discharge’ but at current I have no bleeding or discharge. Could AMROID be used if diagnosed with any of the case?
Q47 I am using Homeopathic treatment for past few months with some relief but only till treatment usage, can I use Amroid?
(√) Safe to be taken, (X) Contra indicated, (-) Not applicable,
(!) Recommended to be used with caution in low dosage, Under strict supervision of the healthcare professional,
(*) Safety has been assessed in recommended dosage based on the texts in ancient literature and modern research findings as well as on clinical experiences.