Painless Treatments for Curing Piles

Posted by drashwinporwal on Tue, Aug 12, 2014  
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Dealing with itchy, painful, and bleeding piles is quite frustrating and embarrassing. Many people hesitate to discuss about the suffering of lifestyle diseases such as piles, constipation, fistula, and hernia.  Some even hesitate to talk to a doctor. However, a specialist can provide a quick solution to these diseases, if consulted at an initial stage. Rather than trying a new home remedy every day, why not see a piles specialist?

Moreover, piles are lifestyle diseases caused due to a particular set of reasons. In medical terminology, it is referred to as "Inflamed Haemorrhoid" which means a swollen blood vessel near the anal opening. Due to heavy loads lifting, strained bowel movements, and obesity, the pressure on blood vessels in anal area increases beyond limit, which leads to enlargement of vessels, causing piles. People with less liquid intake and low-fiber diet possess higher chance of such diseases.

Primary Symptoms of Piles

  • Anal itching
  • Bleeding
  • Pain and tenderness during passing of stools
  • Formation of a lump or swelling near the anus

Conventional Treatments for Piles

  • Creams, ointments, and suppositories - An alternative treatment that relieves swelling within a short time; for severe inflammation, a corticosteroid is recommended
  • Warm Sitz bath – Take Sitz Bath twice or thrice a day , especially after a bowel movement
  • Injection or sclerotherapy - During sclerotherapy, a solution is injected into the vein of the patient, which creates a scar that closes the heamorrhoid
  • Haemorrhoidectomy - This surgical procedure is recommended for large internal haemorrhoids or extremely painful external haemorrhoids. Although the success rate of piles removal is almost 95%, there's always a risk of recurrence unless proper dietary measures is followed.

Many people suffering from piles may not go to a clinic just because they don't want to undergo painful surgeries, but treating piles seems no longer a painful surgery. Check out for some painless piles treatments.


Stapler Surgery (Minimally Invasive Procedure for Haemorrhoids) is one of the latest techniques for treating piles. A unique stapling procedure is used to remove piles - the inflamed blood vessels are pushed to attain their original state. No cuts and stitches are involved; thus, it needs no dressing post-treatment. The recovery time is relatively much shorter than other surgeries.

Benefits of STAPLER Surgery

  • Fast recovery
  • Minimum post-operative bleeding and pain
  • Minimum post-surgery stay at hospital
  • Least chances of recurrence

Laser Haemorrhoidoplasty

The Laser Haemorrhoidoplasty Kit is used  to achieve coagulation of haemorrhoidal nodes. Regulated laser energy emission affects the sub-mucosal layers of heamorrhoids. This technique is safe and prevents the occurrence or recurrence of a prolapse.

Benefits of Laser Heamorrhoidoplasty

  • No incisions
  • No Excisions
  • Quick relief
  • Rapid recovery

VAAFT (Video Assisted and Fistula Treatment)

It's an endoscopic procedure especially used for complex anal fistulae. The technique is absolutely painless and leaves no surgical wounds once it is accomplished. Anal sphincters are also not damaged during the surgery. The best thing is that the patient neither needs post-surgery dressing nor medication.

A healthy diet, regular exercise, and a fit lifestyle are the most reliable precautions to prevent piles.

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