Piles Treatment in Bangalore
Cure Piles in Just 1 Day
Advanced Laser Treatment for Piles in Bangalore
Piles or Hemorrhoids can be treated by laser method as there is high success rate when it compares to other method of treatment. Over 95% of our Patients reports a happy return to their normal life activities on the same day or within a 2 days. We provide the treatment for any age people and any grade of piles. We are provide the Best Laser Piles Treatment in Bangalore.
What are Piles?
Piles are also called hemorrhoids. Piles are inflamed and swollen veins located in smooth muscles around the lower rectum or anus. Hemorrhoids can be developed inside the rectum called internal hemorrhoids or under the skin around the anus called external hemorrhoids. External hemorrhoids are the most commonly occurring.
Internal Hemorrhoids frequently appear with painless bright red bleeding, prolapse, smear, annoying, itching, grape-like tissue slipping or falling out of place of an organ, or a combination of symptoms. Causes anemia when typically bleeding occurs with stain of blood on stool and hardly ever.
External Hemorrhoids may also present likewise to internal hemorrhoids, with the exception that they can become painful, especially when thrombosed.
- Grade l : Internal hemorrhoid bulges into the anal canal during bowel movements(passing motions).
- Grade ll : Internal hemorrhoid bulges from the anus while passing stools, then goes back inside by itself.
- Grade lll : Internal hemorrhoid bulges from the anus during bowel movements and must be pushed back in with a finger(by patient/surgeon).
- Grade lV : Internal hemorrhoid protrudes from the anus all the time which can’t be reduced back into the anal canal
Complications: includes thrombosis, infection , bleeding etc
People below than 40 years with suspected hemorrhoidal bleeding do not require endoscopic evaluation until they have red flags (symtoms like: weight loss, anemia, abdominal pain, fever), no family history of colorectal cancer or inflammatory bowel disease, and respond to medical management.
Risk factors for colorectal cancer include a family history of colorectal cancer, adenomatous polyps, or inherited cancer syndromes such as familial adenomatous polyposis or hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer. Close follow-up is necessary in patients with rectal bleeding. People do not undergo endoscopy as rising the incidence of colorectal casein adults, with patients born in 1990 having twice the lifetime risk of a patient born in 1950. People older than 40 years with rectal bleeding and younger patients with risk factors should undergo full colon evaluation by colonoscopy, computed tomographic colonography, unless they have had a normal colon evaluation within the previous 10 years.
The presence of external hemorrhoids or prolapsed of internal hemorrhoids may be obvious (evident). A digital rectal examination can detect tenderness, masses, and wobbly, but internal hemorrhoids are less likely to be visible unless they are large or prolapsed. Internal hemorrhoids can be visualize effectively by Anoscopy, that look like purplish bulges through the anoscope.
- Sitting for the long period of time, during toilet
- Chronic constipation
- Putting strain during bowel movement
- Family history may also the reason
Signs and symptoms of varicose veins includes:
- Itching around anus
- Painful bowel movement
- Bleeding during stools
- Swelling around anus
- Difficulty in sitting
- Fecal leakage
Laser surgery has many advantages over traditional surgery and other methods of treatments. Few are listed below:
- Fewer chances of recurrence
- Minimal invasion
- Less blood loss
- No cuts
- Minimal bleeding
- Faster Recovery
- No open wounds
- No dressing
- No Infections
- SURGICAL TREATMENT Office-based and surgical procedures can effectively treat hemorrhoids refractory to medical therapies. In general, the lower the grade, the more likely an office-based procedure will be successful, whereas recurring and grade III or IV hemorrhoids are more amenable to excisional hemorrhoidectomy.
- STAPLED HEMORRHOIDOPEXY is an alternative treatment for grades 2 to 4 hemorrhoids. The device removes a circumferential column of mucosa and submucosa immediately above the hemorrhoids, thus interrupting the blood supply. The ring of staples fixes the downwardly displaced vascular cushions back into their original locations to restore anatomy and function. Postoperatively, patients have a circular staple line above the dentate line, which becomes buried within the mucosa over time. Staples can be noted within the rectum for many months after the procedure and can cause rectal bleeding. Compared with excisional hemorrhoidectomy, stapled hemorrhoidopexy is more favorable in terms of postoperative pain, time until return to work, and complications of pruritus and fecal urgency. However, it is associated with higher long-term risk of recurrent hemorrhoids and the need for additional procedures.
- Avoid straining during bowel movement
- Increase water intake
- Avoid sitting for a longer period
- Add good fiber diet