How do Hemorrhoides or Piles occur ?

How do Hemorrhoides or Piles occur ?

The normal blood vessels get traumatized by the forceful passage of hard stools. This causes ulceration which leads to bleeding. Later the bulging blood vessels cause obstruction to the passage of stools through the anal opening. This causes the patient to strain or apply force to evacuate. This force leads to breaking of the supporting(…)

Can Piles turn into Cancer?

Can Piles turn into Cancer?

Bleeding when passing motion can be due to either piles or cancer. It is not uncommon for patients to assume that their bleeding is due to piles and not bother to seek medical attention until the cancer has become very advanced where saving the life of the patient may be beyond the reach of science(…)

How do I know that I have Hemorrhoids or Piles?

How do I know that I have Hemorrhoids or Piles?

Bleeding in the stools along with Swelling or bulge coming out of the anal opening while passing motions are the commonest indications of piles. Constipation and straining for motions is an associated symptom. Later the bulges sag outside the anal opening and remain outside thereby causing pain, itching & blood+sticky mucus stains on your undergarments.(…)

Who can develop Hemorrhoides or Piles? High Risk Factors

Who can develop Hemorrhoides or Piles? High Risk Factors

If you find yourself in the following category then u r at high risk of developing piles People of the following categories are at high risk of developing Piles: Irregular bowel habits (constipation or diarrhea) Faulty bowel habits Spending long periods of time on the toilet Straining for passing stools, reading in toilet and not(…)

Facts about Haemorrhoides or Piles!

Facts about Haemorrhoides or Piles!

Hemorrhoids or Piles are one of the most common ailments worldwide with millions of people suffering currently. (don’t worry u r not alone) More than 50% of the population will develop hemorrhoids, usually after age 30. The average person suffers in silence for a long period before seeking medical care due to fear, shyness &(…)

Video Assisted Anal Fistula Treatment – V.A.A.F.T

Video Assisted Anal Fistula Treatment – V.A.A.F.T

V.A.A.F.T (Video Assisted Anal Fistula Treatment) This is technologically the latest surgical treatment available for Fistula-in-ano. Under anaesthesia, a small telescope is passed through the outer opening of the fistula-in-ano on the skin. This is connected to an HD-camera which transmits the image of the inner side of the fistula tract to an HD- monitor.(…)