Manu Memorial Hospitals Offers Specialists Of Piles Treatment In Gurugram
For the patients suffering from the piles condition, Manu Memorial Hospitals provides advanced treatment options. Piles are also known as Hemorrhoids, which is a condition of swollen or damaged blood vessels of the rectum or anus.
The rectum of a person contains multiple blood vessels that assist stooling and provide a pillow effect. In some conditions, a blood vessel can extend in size due to the increased pressure of blood in a vein. Continuous pressure of blood increases irritation and pain during the process of stooling. This condition can turn into anal bleeding, which is also called Bavasir.
Symptoms of having piles
• Painless rectal or anal bleeding.
• Anal region soreness that results in sharp pain, especially while passing stools.
• Increasing difficulty in passing your bowel.
• Tissue lump at the opening of the anus, inflammation or itching.
• A watery or slimy flow or fecal leakage through the anus.
• Stool saturation sensation in the anus, even when you have properly discharged your bowel.
Causes of piles in a person
At Manu Memorial Hospitals, our experts ask patients to focus on the diverse range of causes of piles. Hemorrhoids can develop due to several reasons:
• Uneasy stooling process or constipation when trying to conduct a bowel movement.
• A hormonal change before pregnancy or after pregnancy.
• Obesity, age, and heredity.
• Extreme weightlifting.
• Long duration of cold, cough, vomiting and/or diarrhea.
• Deficiency of fiber intake in your diet.
• Increased stress, mental burden or pressure.
• Sitting in an office chair for long hours.
• Consistent use of stimulants or medicines.
• Previous rectal operation.
• Wrong sitting posture for a long time.
• Damages in the spinal cord.
Explaining the types of hemorrhoids
According to our piles treatment experts, it is important for a patient to understand different classifications of hemorrhoids. Our specialists diagnose the type of piles to choose the right course of treatment.
These are the types of piles or hemorrhoids:
1. Internal hemorrhoids
Internal hemorrhoids usually develop near a patient’s rectum or anus. Bleeding is one distinguishable characteristic of these types of hemorrhoids. However, they don’t appear outside or give and sensation of pain. Hence, a patient can recognize them by observing the presence of blood in stools. But there are other ways to categorize these hemorrhoids as well.
A condition of internal hemorrhoids can have one of these four grades:
Grade 1: A bulge of the anus interior wall, which stays invisible from the outside. This type usually goes away or at least doesn’t turn into grade 2 category.
Grade 2: The dimension of this grade becomes more prominent than Grade 1 type. They shift a little outside just after a bowel movement. However, they go back to their original state once again soon.
Grade 3: This piles condition stretches outside the anus, which stays visible in the form of a soft, small tissue piece near a patient’s anus.
Grade 4: This grade of piles develops a permanent lump staying outside the anus. It is not possible to press these types of internal piles inside.
2. External hemorrhoids
External hemorrhoids contain portions of blue colored tissues situated on a patient’s anus surface. This type of piles results in pain and itchiness. Our experts can cure this condition with medicines.
3. Prolapsed hemorrhoids
In prolapsed hemorrhoids, internal hemorrhoids stretch out and expand near the rectum. This condition results in itching, induced bleeding and sharp pain. This type of hemorrhoids provides a sensation of having stool discharge, even after having a proper bowel movement.
4. Thrombosed hemorrhoids
In this type of hemorrhoids, a patient gets blood lumps just beneath the surface of rectum skin. This condition results in sharp pain.
Offering multiple proven piles treatments
Offering multiple proven piles treatments
At Manu Memorial Hospitals, we have authorized specialist to perform the right treatment for piles. Our piles treatment approach includes multiple techniques, depending on the condition of a patient. We also specialize in the advanced technology of laser treatment to cure piles. Our hospital care facility and staff ensure the complete satisfaction of a patient during the consultation, treatment, and post-treatment.
We diagnose the type of hemorrhoids to follow the best-suited treatment course:
1. Non-operative treatment
We diagnose and prescribe necessary lotions, painkillers, and creams to treat the piles condition. Our experts utilize laxatives to resolve the condition of constipation.
2. OPD treatment
Rubber-banding ligation: We use this treatment approach against grade 2 and grade 3 hemorrhoids. A rubber band gets fixed over the dentine line. This stops the blood supply to reduce the lump size gradually.
Photocoagulation or infrared clotting: We use IR radiation, laser or electric probe to control the condition of prolapsed hemorrhoids. This proves to be a robust and efficient technique.
Sclerotherapy: In some patients, we utilize injectable medicines to control and manage the condition of piles.
Cryotherapy: It is possible to use the cooling effect to manage the condition of hemorrhoids. However, this technique takes a lot of time and results in soreness, smell, ooze, and discomfort. Which is why we believe in other alternative treatment methods.
3. Operative treatment
Electrotherapy: This operative treatment method utilized heat to reduce the size of piles nodules. There are low risks associated with this treatment method.
Hemorrhoidectomy: We utilize hemorrhoidectomy to manage complicated external as well as internal hemorrhoids. This treatment method contains 95 percent rate of success. However, there are minor risks of piles reoccurring post-operation.
Stapled haemorrhoidopexy: This treatment approach involves the use of a stapling gun that takes out a circular skin tissue portion.
4. Laser treatment
We are known for our advanced LHP or Laser Hemorrhoids Plasty treatment approach. Our treatment approach gives no pain and leaves no scars. It is one of the cleanest treatment approaches to treat piles and our hospital has the right expertise to perform.
How to prevent piles
Our experts suggest these preventive measures:
• Eat more fibers.
• Have more liquid and water in your diet.
• Avoid or limit the consumption of coffee, tea, alcohol, and other similar beverages.
• Utilize anti-diarrheal medications.
• Avoid the use of rough tissue paper in the toilet.
• Follow healthy bowel habits.
• Indulge in easy physical tasks to keep a healthy bowel movement.
Our experts recommend these suggestions:
• Indulge in a bowel movement just before your surgery.
• Avoid solid food from the previous night of surgery. Have liquid until only 4 hours before your surgery.
• Avoid painkillers, narcotics, and insulin or other medications directed by a doctor before your surgery.
• Wear a comfortable outfit.
• Visit the hospital with at least one person to help you out.
• Keep the dressing on and use ice packets on the surgery scars for about 4 to 6 hours.
• Follow the prescribed medication after getting out of the influence of local anesthesia.
• If taking painkillers, stay away from alcoholic beverages.
Myths related to piles
• Piles can result in colon carcinoma.
• Cycling can result in piles.
• Eating enough fiber is enough to avoid the risk of piles.
• Piles is an old person’s condition.
• Hemorrhoids can always turn into bleeding and pain.