Piles Surgery

What are piles?

Piles also known as Mulvyadh or Bavasir, are sores that occur inside and around the anus. Most hemorrhoidal flare-ups stop troubling within 2 weeks without any treatment. Eating a high-fibre diet and drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water per day can help you manage the symptoms by improving softer and more regular bowel movements.

The causes of piles

Chronic constipation:

When there is pressure to move stools, an additional strain on the walls of the blood vessels is experienced, which causes piles.​

Pregnancy:​

During the pregnancy the uterus enlarges, it presses on the veins in the anal canal, which results in bulge and piles. Hence, the incidence of piles of post-childbirth is very high.​

Ageing:

According to the research, piles is majorly experienced by older people because of the lack of support for the cushions.

Diarrhoea:

After continuous episodes of chronic diarrhoea, there is a possibility that Piles can occur.

Sitting for too long:

If you sit on the chair, desk or spend long-hours on a toilet seat then you are at risk of developing piles.

Genetics:

Some people inherit a familial tendency to develop hemorrhoids.

Constipation

When you’re constipated, you may find yourself straining to pass stool which can cause the veins in your lower rectum to swell. These swollen veins are known as piles

Perianal fungal infection

Pruritus ani is an inferior condition with many causes, predominately anorectal pathology. There are some new insights and treatments, but most recommendations are based on low-level evidence.

Anal warts

Anal warts are small warts that can occur inside and around the anus. The condition is also called condyloma acuminate. Anal warts are a form of genital warts. Surgical options may be more useful for larger warts that don’t respond to other treatments.

Pilonidal sinus

A pilonidal sinus is a small hole or tunnel in the skin. It may fill with fluid or pus, causing the formation of a cyst or abscess due to hair most probably. The cyst is usually located near the tailbone and can become easily infected. Treatment involves drainage and surgical removal of the cyst.

Ulcerative colitis

It is a chronic, inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation in the digestive tract. The treatment includes medication and sometimes surgery.

Pruritus

An uncomfortable, disturbing sensation that creates an urge to scratch that can involve any part of the body. The most reliable way to prevent pruritus is to take care of your skin.

Proctitis

Proctitis is a condition in which the lining tissue of the inner rectum becomes inflamed. You may ultimately need medication and in several cases sometimes surgery if you have ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease and frequent cases of proctitis.

IBS

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder that affects your lower GI (gastrointestinal) tract. Treatment depends on your symptoms, age, and general health. It will also depend on how severe the condition is. Mostly the patients are treated with medications.

Amoebiasis

A parasitic infection of the colon with the amoeba Entamoeba Histolytica, Giardia lamblia, etc. The treatment of symptomatic amoebiasis then depends on your symptoms.

Types of Piles

There are usually 2 types of Piles, internal or external.

Internal piles are placed within the anal canal, and can’t be seen or felt. In this type, the only symptom is usually bleeding while passing motion.

External piles are located around the anus and right under the skin, where there are many pain-sensing nerves. They, therefore, hurt as well as bleed.

Signs & symptoms of piles

  • Painful bleeding from the anus while passing motion.

  • Experiencing pain during bowel movements.

  • Sore swelling or a lump near the anus

  • Itching

  • Mucous liberation from the anus.

  • Troublesome lump around the anus.

  • The space around the anus becomes red and sore.

  • Weakness, fatigue and breathlessness because of the blood loss and anaemia

When to visit a doctor?

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, do not take them lightly, consult our highly-qualified Piles Doctor at Pooja Surgical Hospital.

How does Pooja Surgical Hospital diagnose Piles?

Pooja Surgical Hospital is well equipped with all the latest advancements and skilled Doctors to offer the accurate diagnosis of piles. At the very beginning, our expert will ask a detailed history of your illness, then will perform a careful digital and proctoscopy examination. Besides, at Pooja Surgical Hospital OPD is fortified with a Video Rectoscope, which enables a better definition of the anal canal. In some cases, we consult you to experience an investigation called video colonoscopy. It includes the use of a small high definition video camera fitted on a flexible endoscope to find out more about your whole of the large intestine. At Pooja Surgical Hospital, we own an excellent team of fissure and piles surgeon in Rajkot.

How do we treat Piles?

There are several treatment options offered at Pooja Surgical Hospital, such as allopathic and ayurvedic. For initial stages of piles, we recommend dietary changes with oral medicines and topical cream for application, etc. If the pile’s condition is severe, we recommend the Surgery. At Pooja Surgical Hospital, we use the latest advanced technologies and modern techniques to treat piles and hernia surgery in Rajkot.

According to the Grade of piles, the treatment possibilities are as follows.