Best Piles Treatment in Kokapet
Hemorrhoids are a very common anal disease and when formed on the upper and lower sides of the dentate line are classified as internal and external hemorrhoids respectively. Internal hemorrhoids are the most common anal disease, the symptoms of which include hemorrhage and prolapse.
What are Piles / Hemorrhoids?
‘Piles’ or ‘Hemorrhoids’ are blood vessels within the walls of the rectum and anal canal. Piles occur when these blood vessels swell and the tissue above them gets stretched as a result. This process creates a sac-like structure that gets further strained during our bowel movement, thereby causing pain and discomfort.
Hemorrhoids or Piles can be
- Internal: Hemorrhoids develop within the anus or rectum.
- External: Hemorrhoids develop just outside the anal opening.
Internal piles can prolapse as the disease progress. They can be classified into 4 grades:
- Grade 1: prominent vessels but no prolapse
- Grade 2: hemorrhoids prolapse while passing stools but reduces spontaneously
- Grade 3: hemorrhoids prolapse but can be reduced by manually
- Grade 4: permanently prolapsed hemorrhoids
Symptoms of Hemorrhoids / Piles
- Blood while passing stools
- Painful hard lump in the rectum
- Swelling in the anal region
- Excessive Straining while passing stools
- Chronic constipation or diarrhea
- Multiple Pregnancy
- Sitting in the washroom for extended periods
- Eating a low-fiber diet
- Frequent heavy lifting
- Anal infections
External hemorrhoids are easy to detect simply by looking. The diagnosis of internal hemorrhoids may include a clinical rectal exam (the doctor inserts a gloved and lubricated finger into your rectum).
Since the home remedies fail to deliver positive results, it becomes necessary to consult the nearest piles surgeon. There are several types of Hemorrhoids treatment available.
- Medication & Home remedies
- Traditional Open Surgery
- Most Advanced Laser Piles Treatment
How to prepare for a doctor’s appointment?
To help with the right diagnosis, make sure you note down;
- When the symptoms first started
- If there was blood or mucus present with the stools. if yes, how many times did it happen?
- What are your stool habits?
- What are your food habits? Which food makes you constipated or bloated?
When you visit your doctor, he or she might want to do a physical examination. Also, don’t self-medicate or apply ointments or topical lotions. Your doctor might also ask you a few questions to understand the severity of the condition. Some of the questions are;
- If you sit on the toilet for a long duration. if yes, what is the reason?
- If you have ever noticed any tissues coming out of the anus
- If you have an anal itch
- If you apply a lot of pressure while passing stools