Piles ( Mulvyadh/Bavasir ) ( clinically known as hemorrhoids ) basically, is the swelling of blood vessels near the anal opening and a sliding down of the lining of the anal canal. Piles ( Mulvyadh/Bavasir ) are lumps that from inside the back passage and on the surface of the anus. The lumps are formed by increased pressure on blood vessels in the area, causing them to enlarge and swell. We understand that piles may not be a subject you feel comfortable talking about, but there is no need to suffer in silence. If you have got piles ( Mulvyadh/Bavasir ), you are not alone. Piles ( Mulvyadh/Bavasir ) will affect one in two of us.
As the disease advances, a systematic clinical examination and diagnosis from a specialized doctor is of utmost importance. Treatment options includes:
Medical: Grade I and early stage of Grade II can be treated with the help of medicines and dietary modification.
Surgical: One of the most advance Minimally Invasive Procedure for hemorrhoids ( MIPH ) is STAPLER Surgery.
After years of surgical research, the 21st century saw the invention of Stapler Surgery ( Minimally Invasive Procedure for Haemorrhoids ). Stapler surgery is one of the best option treatment of piles ( Mulvyadh/Bavasir ) as it is associated with minimal pain and faster recovery ( can join on duty from 3rd day )
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For this surgery a hospital stay of 24 hours is required where the patient is immediately discharged within 24 hours. He can also rejoin work from the 3rd day depending on his recovery time. But there are a few points that need to be considered and followed after getting discharged for complete relief from the problem of piles ( Mulvyadh/Bavasir ).
They are as follows:
1. Have plenty of fluids, a fibre rich diet i.e green leafy vegetables fruits etc. and eat less spicy and oily food.
2. Do not sit for long hours on the toilet unless the need for defecation.
3. Do not strain while defecation.
4. Defecate only when the need arises and don’t make it a routine habit.
5. Avoid sitting for long hours in one place like work station i.e for more than 45 minutes. Give mobility to your body.
6. Avoid excessive driving and exercise in the first month. The patient can start with mild exercises like walking after one week and get back to the normal routine after 2-3 weeks depending on the recovery time and under the Proctosurgeons advice.