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LASER PILES – Painless Laser Treatment for Piles in 30 minutes
|SURGICAL (OPEN PROCEDURE)||NON SURGICAL (LASER)|
|Invasive – cutting the wound with blade||Non invasive|
|Blood loss is more||No blood loss|
|Hospitalization for few days||Day care procedure (discharged in few hours)|
|Wound dressing for few days||No dressing required|
|Bed rest for few days||Bed rest no required|
|Recurrence high||Recurrence minimal|
WHY CITI VASCULAR CENTRE?
Citi Vascular Centre is a speciality hospital in Hyderabad for the treatment of piles, fissures and fistulas using laser. Our dedicated team of surgeons perform advanced laser surgeries with state of the art equipement at the affordable priced. We completely understand the troubles you have to go through and make sure you get the best laser treatment with quickest results.
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Piles or Hemorrhoids are a swollen bunch of internal or external anal canal blood vessels. They can be of various sizes. These blood vessels are like cushions which help defecation. Piles can be internal or external and occurs from 2 to 4cm from the opening of anus. Internal piles are very common.
It is estimated that 40 million Indians are affected by piles/haemorrhoids. If you are looking for the best Piles Treatment in Hyderabad, Citi Vascular Centre is your trusted clinic. We cure piles with advanced laser treatment.
PILES/HEMORRHOIDS ARE OF THREE TYPES:
→ Grade I: There are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible.
→ Grade II: Grade II piles are larger than grade I piles, but also remain inside the anus. They may get pushed out during the passing of stool, but they will return unaided.
→ Grade III: These are also known as prolapsed hemorrhoids, and appear outside the anus. The individual may feel them hanging from the rectum, but they can be easily re-inserted.
→ Grade IV: These cannot be pushed back in and need treatment. They are large and remain outside of the anus.
External piles form small lumps on the outside edge of the anus. They are very itchy and can become painful if a blood clot develops, as the blood clot can block the flow of blood. Thrombosed external piles, or hemorrhoids that have clotted, require immediate medical treatment.
While bowel movement problems are the most common causes of hemorrhoids, there are certain lifestyle factors that can increase a person’s risk both directly and indirectly like poor hydration, low fiber diet, pregnancy, genetics.
A doctor can usually diagnose piles after carrying out a physical examination. They will examine the anus of the person with suspected piles.
The doctor may ask the following questions:
→ Do any close relatives have piles?
→ Has there been any blood or mucus in the stools?
→ Has there been any recent weight loss?
→ Have bowel movements changed recently?
→ What color are the stools?
For internal piles, the doctor may perform a digital rectal examination (DRE) or use a proctoscope. A proctoscope is a hollow tube fitted with a light. It allows the doctor to see the anal canal up close. They can take a small tissue sample from inside the rectum. This can then be sent to the lab for analysis. The physician may recommend a colonoscopy if the person with piles presents signs and symptoms that suggest another digestive system disease, or they are demonstrating any risk factors for colorectal cancer.
Most Hemorrhoids respond to conservative therapy like
Internal Hemorrhoids which don’t respond to conservative therapy need advanced laser treatment or open surgery.
Hemorrhoids can be recurrent and are more likely to occur in those who have had symptoms in the past. To keep hemorrhoids away, doctors recommend the following: