It is very unusual for young children to develop piles or haemorrhoids. More common is a problem called rectal prolapse which may occur with certain kinds of worm infection such as whipworms. Without being able to se your son it is not possible for me to be sure of the diagnosis here. It would be in your son's best interests if you took him to see your paediatrician.
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