Piles Injection

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About Piles Injection

Piles are divided mainly into two types; internal and external piles. Patients can be afflicted by this condition at different degrees. Therefore, a range of treatments and procedures are available to help you treat and deal with piles.

The treatment of piles includes changes in diet and lifestyle such as eating a fibrous diet, drinking plenty of water as well as regularizing bowel movements. The non-surgical procedures for treating piles are banding, sclerotherapy, and Infrared coagulation. The surgical procedures for the treatment for piles include a hemorrhoidectomy and hemorrhoid stapling. A hemorrhoidectomy is a conventional surgery for piles, which involves cutting and removing the hemorrhoids from the body. In the procedure of stapling of the hemorrhoids, the doctor staples the large intestines, thus causing them to shrink and fall away. Stapling the hemorrhoids is an alternative method that can lead to certain complications.

What causes Plies?

Anyone at any age can be affected by haemorrhoids. They are very common, with about 50% of people experiencing them at some time in their life. However, they are usually more common in elderly people and during pregnancy. Researchers are not certain what causes haemorrhoids. "Weak" veins - leading to haemorrhoids and other varicose veins - may be inherited.

It's likely that extreme abdominal pressure causes the veins to swell and become susceptible to irritation. The pressure can be caused by obesity, pregnancy, standing or sitting for long periods, straining on the toilet, coughing, sneezing, vomiting, and holding your breath while straining to do physical labour.

What are the symptoms?

  • Piles which tend to affect elderly people, often turns out to be a major source of irritation.
  • The one located externally are more painful than the internal ones.
  • The external ones exist as painful inflammation or swelling.
  • Internally located piles can be a source of extreme irritation when they tend to hang out through the anal passage.

Who is not eligible for the treatment?

  • Patients who have first and second-degree hemorrhoids, which are less severe and can be treated without surgery.
  • Pregnant women.
  • People who suffer from other conditions that are severe which might lead to complications.
  • People whose hemorrhoids are small and can be treated with dietary or lifestyle changes instead.

Our injection can be applied in the inner rectum area. Patients with blood sugar problems can also be treated. Bleeding in the case of Piles can be checked within half an hour. This is not possible through conventional medicines. Our heartfelt desire is to have a society which is free from disease like Plies.