Don’t Confuse Fissure with Piles

For most of us any problem in the anal region is either piles or fissure, the self-diagnosis usually depending upon which of the two words is ingrained in our vocabulary. However, a goofed-up diagnosis not only adds to the misery but makes a simple problem complex. I have tried to explain the difference between the two in simple words here. When it comes to one’s health, its best to be well-informed and aware of the condition one is faced with.

What is the difference between piles and fissure?

Piles or hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels near the anal opening whereas fissure is a tear in the delicate skin of the anal opening. Depending upon the severity of the disease, piles are graded from 1 to 4, grade 1 having just swollen vessels while grade 4 has a mass comes out of the opening.

What is the difference in symptoms?

The predominant symptom of a fissure is intense pain while defecating. The magnitude of the pain is such that one fears going to the toilet.
Piles are usually characterized by bleeding after passing stools. The blood is fresh and there is no pain. Sometimes one may feel a mass at the anal opening.

Which tests are needed for a diagnosis?

A history of symptoms and visual examination is enough to diagnose fissure. In addition to above, a simple painless technique called Proctoscopy is done in case of hemorrhoids, for a more accurate diagnosis and grading.

Can these conditions be permanently treated?

Modern medicine assures a reliable, quick and effective cure of anorectal problems. Medicines, dietary modifications and lifestyle changes (MCDPA) are enough to treat early piles and acute fissure. In case of chronic cases of fissure, Laser Sphincterotomy provides excellent results. Similarly, for higher grades of piles, Laser Hemorrhoidoplasty (LHP) or Stapler surgery (MIPH) provide a safe, minimally painful and efficient modality of treatment. The earlier techniques weren’t as developed and recurrences were a problem. But with these advanced procedures hemorrhoids can be cured for good.

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Mulvyadh Doctor in Pune

‘Piles’ otherwise popularly known as ‘Mulvyadh’ are the swollen blood vessels in and around the anal region. “Healing Hands Clinic” has been curing thousands of Mulvyadh patients over the years. We follow a unique approach to treat piles. The multifaceted, holistic line of treatment at HHC constitutes of MCDPA ( Medication, Constac, Diet, Physiotherapy and Ayurvedic Therapy ). If nothings work out to be effective for a patient, then a surgical intervention is suggested.

Dr. Ashwin Porwal, the best Colorectal Surgeon across India and the Founder of HHC, recommends minimally invasive and fast-curing surgical techniques instead of conventional open surgery. He introduces the latest technology Stapler Surgery a novel Mulvyadh treatment.

A Brief about Stapler Surgery..

Performed under anesthesia
No cuts and incisions from outside; the surgery is performed through anus with the help of a use-and-throw transparent device – No cuts & Incision required
Time taken for surgery – 30 minutes
Hospitalization – 24 hours
Recovery time – one week or less
Dr. Porwal has an extensive experience of curing Mulvyadh patients by Stapler surgery and our patients consider him as the best Mulvyadh doctor in Pune. He offers expert consultation and performs specialized surgeries to cure piles and constipation. We have been successfully curing thousands of Mulvyadh patients since years, who strongly recommend HHC for piles and other anorectal disease treatments. Our team has appreciatively dubbed their stories in “40000 stories of piles to smiles”.

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Mulvyadh Treatment in Pune

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‘Piles’, clinically known as ‘Haemorrhoids’ and vernacularly known as ‘Mulvyadh’ in Maharashtra, are inflamed blood vessels located near the anal opening, causing the lining of the anal canal to slide down. Piles appear as small lumps formed on the surface of the anus inside the back passage. When the pressure on anal blood vessels increases, they swell and enlarge to form small lumps i.e. Haemorrhoids. They can develop inside or outside the anus, according to which they are classified as internal and external haemorrhoids.

Suffering from piles is painful and equally embarrassing. Many people try out conventional home remedies rather than consulting a physician about primary symptoms. Most of Piles cases cure within a few days without medication and further surgical intervention. However, home remedies may not always be helpful in curing the ailment. It’s better to visit a specialist, if home remedies don’t seem to deliver positive results and piles recurrently develop.

There’s nothing to feel awkward, if you are suffering from Haemorrhoids because it’s one of the most common lifestyle diseases. As soon as you notice any symptom indicating the occurrence of Piles, it’s advisable to discuss the same with a Colorectal Surgeon.

Common Symptoms of Piles

Anal itching & recurrent bleeding
Mucus discharge
Painful & strained bowel movements
Dragging sensation in the back passage
Sliding down of the anal parts
According to the extent and inflammation, Haemorrhoids are classified in four stages. The symptoms and treatment alternatives become complex, as the ailment worsens from Grade I to Grade IV. When diagnosed in Grade I or II, Piles can be cured by home remedies, medication, physiotherapy and dietary modifications. However, it’s difficult to cure it in Grade III & IV without surgical intervention.

Detection of Piles

Piles can be diagnosed through physical examination and in some cases, advanced diagnostic techniques such as Colonoscopy and Sigmoidoscopy need to be performed

Dr. Ashwin Porwal has successfully performed more than 40,000 stories of piles treatment and surgeries in Pune, Chinchwad, Chakan and Navi Mumbai. Read here what our patients feel after treatment…

Mulvyadh Treatment

MCDPA

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Surgical Treatment

When diagnosed in Grade III or Grade IV, surgical intervention is recommended. In contrary to the conventional, painful open Piles surgery, HHC offers the latest & innovative technology to cure Piles STAPLER Surgery. It’s a minimally invasive, painless procedure involving a unique stapling technique that pushes inflamed anal blood vessels back in their original position. It’s a day care procedure and a patient is discharged in a day. Faster recovery and guaranteed cure are the key benefits of STAPLER Surgery.

Prevention of Piles is quite easy follow regular physical exercise, eat healthy & fibre-rich diet, drink plenty of fluids, and sufficient sound sleep. Daily life hassles might make it difficult to follow a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Ashwin Porwal’s Healing Hands Clinic offers a complete range of health care services regarding lifestyle diseases including diagnosis, treatment and dietary consultation.

Read more about Piles/Mulvyadh treatment, surgery…

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Address –
Healing Hands Clinic,
4th Floor,Millenium Star
Extension, Above KFC
Restaurant, Adjacent to Ruby Hall
Entrance Gate, Dhole Patil Road,
Pune – 411001
Tel: 020-6164488/99

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