No one likes to talk about Haemorrhoids but it’s one of the most common anorectal lifestyle diseases, today. Are you suffering from recurring Piles since long? You might have approached a number of doctors for a number of remedies. However, complete cure of Piles cannot be guaranteed, when they reach a severe stage – Grade IV. This blog introduces you to the latest and innovative technology Piles treatment, which is least invasive. No need to be afraid of undergoing a painful surgery anymore now!
Haemorrhoids involve blood vessels lining the anus. Excess pressure on rectal walls tends to weaken the muscles supporting the haemorrhoidal vessels. Due to pressure, the vessels swell and enlarge, resulting in a sac-like protrusion. if this protrusion is inside the rectal canal, Haemorrhoids are internal; while, if it is under the anal skin, then Haemorrhoids are external.
Treatments for haemorrhoids depend on the stage in which the patient is. Several non-surgical techniques can be used in primary two stages – Grades I and II. However, as the ailment advances to severe stage, surgical intervention has to be adopted.
At Healing Hands Clinic, a traditional treatment strategy is implemented before recommending any surgical procedure. ‘MCDPA’ stands for a combination of “Medication, Constac, Diet (modification), Physiotherapy & Ayurveda Herbal Oil therapy”. As far as surgical treatments are concerned, Dr. Ashwin Porwal, the founder of HHC, suggests two most effective, yet least invasive procedures. While one of them is Laser Haemorrhoidoplasty, the another one is STAPLER Haemorrhoidectomy.
Laser Haemorrhoidoplasty (LHP) is a minimally invasive surgery , an outpatient technique causing minimal pain and downtime. This procedure makes use of a Laser Haemorrhoidoplasty Kit enabling laser coagulation of haemorrhoidal nodes. The controlled emission of laser energy causes swollen Haemorrhoids to shrink. This technique ensures the prevention of reoccurrence of prolapse. This laser surgery does not demand insertion of any foreign material such as clamps inside the body. Haemorrhoidoplasty delivers excellent healing, since no stitches or incisions are involved. A small perianal port is used to access the haemorrhoidal tissue. Within a few hours after this surgery, the patient can resume daily activities.