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Piles is also called as Hemorrhoids, are vascular structures in the anal canal. These are the clumps, masses, cushions of tissue full of blood vessels, support tissue, muscle and elastic fibers in the anal canal.

Piles can be classified into two categories:

  • Internal Piles: are located far in the rectum, and cannot be seen or felt. The only symptom is usually bleeding.
  • External Piles: are located all over the anus right under the skin, where there are more pain sensing nerves. They, therefore, hurt as well as bleed.

  • No stitches and incisions(cuts)
  • Do not having any blood loss
  • Fast healing
  • Less bleeding during surgery
  • Reduced the risk of infections after surgery
  • High success rate. Back to normal life in 2-4 days.
  • Recovering fast as there are no cuts

  • Painful Swelling and a lump near the anus.
  • Pain and bleeding
  • An inability to urinate (urinary retention).
  • Infection to the surgical area.
  • Stool trapped within the anal canal
  • Narrowing (stenosis) of the anal canal.

  • No stitches and incisions(cuts)
  • Do not having any blood loss
  • Fast healing
  • Less bleeding during surgery
  • Reduced the risk of infections after surgery
  • High success rate. Back to normal life in 2-4 days.
  • Recovering fast as there are no cuts

  • A number of cauterization methods have been shown to be effective for hemorrhoids, but these are usually used only when other methods fail. 
  • This procedure can be done using the electrocautery, laser surgery, infrared, radiation, or cryosurgery.
  • Doppler - used Hemorrhoidectomy, this is a procedure that uses a scope with a special probe to locate the hemorrhoidal arteries so that less tissue is removed.
  • Laser surgery is a type of surgery that is used for a laser to cut tissue.
  • People who have stapled surgery this have less pain after surgery than people who have the traditional hemorrhoid surgery. But the stapled surgery is very expensive.

  • You can normally expect some pain after surgery, if your doctor gave you a prescription medicine or drug for pain, take it as prescribed. 
  • Ask to your doctor what is over-the-counter medicines are safe for you. 
  • Some bleeding is normal after surgery, especially with the first bowel movement after surgery.
  • For a few days after surgery you can drink liquids and maintaining the diet for eat food, (bananas, plain rice, dry toast or crackers, applesauce). Then you can return to regular foods and slowly increase the amount of fiber in your diet. 
  • Ice packs applied to the anal area it will reduce your swelling and pain.
  • Regularly soaks in warm water (sitz baths) it helps to relieve pain and muscle spasms.
  • Few doctors may recommend that you take an antibiotic (such as metronidazole, Ornidazole tables) afte
  • Doctors recommend that you take stool softeners that contain fiber to help to make your bowel movemen
  • rrhoids to return back.
  • Follow up exams with the surgeon generally are done 2 to 3 weeks after surgery to check for problems.

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Redheal provides exceptional customer support for piles treatment from the booking of an appointment to the patient's recovery.

    Internal or external hemorrhoids that have produced a blood clot are called thrombosis or strangulated hemorrhoids. If the blood supply to the hemorrhoid is cut off, the hemorrhoid may be strangulated, which can cause extreme pain and the patient must need medical attention to get advanced piles treatment.

      Most probably Yes, You can check with your insurance provider to see if your plan covers piles treatment or not.

        A general physician can diagnose and do piles treatment in the majority of cases. However, if your symptoms are severe, you should see a proctologist, colorectal surgeon, or gastroenterologist.

          Redheal makes piles treatment affordable by offering low-cost treatments and providing deals and discounts on fees for both old and new patients regularly.

            Small hemorrhoids may go away on their own within a few days and even without any piles treatment but external (or) large hemorrhoids can take a long time to heal and cause a lot of pain and discomfort.

            It's recommended to consult a doctor if your hemorrhoids haven't gone away after a few days, however early diagnosis and treatment can prevent complications.

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