Piles Laparoscopic Surgery – Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

This surgery is performed using lasers to cure the piles without any big stitches and wounds. This surgery takes only some minutes to be performed and after the surgery, the patient gets discharged within some hours only after observing the patient's condition.

What are Piles?

Piles are one of the most common problems faced by people nowadays. Piles are also known as haemorrhoids in medical terms, these are bunches of swollen tissues in the anal canal. These tissues consist of veins and muscular fibres. The size of the tissues varies from person-to-person. Piles can be internal and external.

 

Symptoms of Piles-

  • A person suffering from piles experiences hard pain, itchiness and redness around the anus area.
  • Severe piles of symptoms include excessive bleeding from anal infection and uncontrollable faecal discharge.
  • Not able to sit for a long period of time.

 

Cause for Piles-

  • The main reasons for piles are persistent constipation, diarrhoea and pregnancy.
  • It can also be caused by lifting heavy weights regularly.
  • Being obese is also one of the causes of piles.
  • Piles are common during pregnancy as the weight of the child is forced on the rectum.
  • Pus discharge from the rectum.

 

How Piles can affect you?

For many people, it is an embarrassment as it does not allow you to sit at the place for a meeting or any other work. Also causes any anaemia and tiredness because of continuous blood flow. The risks of infection or also very high if a tissue of piles may collapse.

 

Diagnosis-

Piles can be easily diagnosed by the doctor through a simple physical examination or some pathological tests are performed.

 

Treatment 

Piles can be treated effortlessly by following some medications and precautions but severe cases may require surgery.

 

There are many types of surgeries performed depending on the condition of the patient.

One of the most popular surgeries is laparoscopic surgery.

 

Piles Laparoscopic surgery

This surgery is performed using lasers to cure the piles without any big stitches and wounds. This surgery takes only some minutes to be performed and after the surgery, the patient gets discharged within some hours only after observing the patient's condition.

 

Sometimes, small slits are made on the affected area to observe the internal piles but very tiny cuts are made and this reduces the exposure of internal tissues.

 

The operating time, recovery period and the pain in laparoscopic surgery is also very less as compared to the open surgery.

 

The surgery is performed by a specialised team of doctors through modern equipment. Sometimes, a camera is also inserted inside the anal canal to check the internal conditions properly.

 

Laser surgeries are recommended by the doctor in case of severe piles and it has proven to be the best treatment for piles.

 

Before taking a decision, it is very important to consult Dr. Vipin Jain and seek his guidance as soon as possible.

 


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