Inflamed and swollen collections of tissue in the anal area, in a range of sizes that may be internal or external, are termed as piles. Millions of humans are the victim of this discomforting, painful situation. Do you know why it happens? Here we are discussing its causes and permanent eradication options, give a focused read.
Piles development is strongly caused by increased pressure in the lower rectum. The blood vessels around the anus and in the rectum will stretch under pressure and may swell or bulge, forming piles. Pressure may build up due to;
- Chronic constipation
- Chronic diarrhea; you should consult with the best stomach doctor in Karachi, Lahore and other main cities of Pakistan to rule out any grave underlying cause of chronic diarrhea.
- Lifting heavy weights
- Straining when passing a stool
Many people try to get rid of it by certain medications and lifestyle alterations, some achieve the aim but all are not much fortunate. For all those surgical methods are good options.
Around 3 out of 10 people with piles will end up needing surgery. It seems hard to go through a surgical method but living with piles is even harder. Some of the best surgical options that are safe and provide good results are discussed here:
In this procedure doctor places an elastic band around the base of the pile, cutting off its blood supply. After a few days, hemorrhoid falls off and the patient can live a piles-free life.
In this method, certain medicine is injected to make hemorrhoid shrink. Hemorrhoid eventually shrivels up. This is an effective way to treat and is an alternative to banding.
It is also named as infrared light coagulation. In this procedure, a device is used to burn the hemorrhoid tissue but it is only effective at early stages of the disease.
The excess tissue that is causing bleeding is surgically removed. This can be done in various ways and is the most effective for completely removing piles. To consult a best general surgeon in Karachi, and Lahore where great numbers of piles cases reported each day, you can log on to Marham.pk.
This procedure is an alternative to hemorrhoidectomy and usually less painful than it as it based on blood flow hindrance to piles tissues. However, this procedure can lead to an increased risk of hemorrhoid recurrence and rectal prolapse.
Never avoid a surgical treatment just due to fear especially in case of piles when it is not associated with any risk.
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