Hemorrhoids or Piles, also known as hemorrhoids, rickets, dysentery, etc., is a chronic disease in which one or more soft venous masses are formed by varices in the venous plexus of the anorectal bottom and anal mucosa. The hemorrhoidal nucleus is called an internal hemorrhoid located in the mucosa of the anus. It is called an external hemorrhoid near the inside of the anal canal. Both of them have a mixed hemorrhoid. At present, most British scholars call it Piles. American scholars call it Hemorrhoids. The former is named after the shape of the skeleton. The latter is named after bleeding as a clinical feature. It refers to the inside and outside. Hemorrhoids cause inconvenience to people's normal life; seriously affect health. If the blood in the stool is too long, it can cause varying degrees of anemia, and even hemorrhagic shock, life-threatening; hemorrhoids necrosis, severe infection, can cause systemic infection through the blood system, the consequences are serious. Therefore, suffering from hemorrhoids, we must actively respond to it.