Translation of piles in Spanish:

piles

hemorroides, n.

Pronunciation /paɪlz//pʌɪlz/

plural noun

British
Medicine

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    hemorroides feminine
    almorranas feminine
    • Unfortunately confusion still exists among lay people and doctors, who misuse the terms haemorrhoids and piles to cover a variety of complaints.
    • Stomach ulcers, piles, ulcerative colitis (inflammation of the colon) and bowel cancer may cause bleeding in the gut and result in anaemia.
    • Surgical removal of piles is called haemorrhoidectomy.
    • Like varicose veins, piles often improve or disappear completely after the baby is born, but occasionally surgery is needed.
    • A Dalit woman who had come to a local private nursing home for treatment of piles, allegedly died because of doctor's negligence.
    • Haemorrhoids, also known as piles are rather like varicose veins in the canal of the anus.