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Piles Treatment & Surgery in Chunni Ganj, Kanpur

Piles are also known as haemorrhoids. haemorrhoids are swollen vessels that can be found inside or around the rectum.

Piles surgery is used to treat external and internal haemorrhoids. Surgery removes the swollen blood vessels around the rectum or anus.

What Are Piles or haemorrhoids?

Piles or haemorrhoids are swollen vessels that are located around inside or outside the anus or rectum. It is common and can occur without any signs or symptoms.

Piles surgery is recommended by your doctor when the haemorrhoids are not responding to any other treatment.

What Are the Types of Piles or haemorrhoids?

External haemorrhoids or piles

External haemorrhoids occur around the anus. It occurs when the blood vessels around your anus get swollen. Signs and symptoms of external piles include:

  • Itching and irritation around the anus
  • Bleeding
  • Swelling around the anus
  • Discomfort and pain

Internal haemorrhoids or Piles

Internal haemorrhoids occur inside the rectum. It is not possible to see them and they hardly cause any discomfort. Signs of internal haemorrhoids include:

  • Bleeding during bowel movements: You may notice blood in your stool
  • It can also cause pain and irritation when a haemorrhoid pushes through the opening of the anus.

Thrombosed haemorrhoids or Piles

If the blood pools in your external haemorrhoid and forms a clot called a thrombus, it is called thrombosed haemorrhoids. Symptoms of thrombosed piles include:

  • Severe pain that does not go away
  • Swelling around the anus
  • Inflammation around the anus
  • Hard lump around the anus

What Are the Symptoms of haemorrhoids or Piles?

The signs and symptoms of haemorrhoids include:

  • Blood on your poop, toilet paper, or toilet bowl.
  • Bulging tissue around the anus, which may hurt
  • Pain and discomfort around the rectum
  • Itching and swelling around the anus
  • Blood clots around the anus
  • Inflammation around the rectum

What Are the Causes of Piles or haemorrhoids?

  • A low fiber diet can also lead to piles.
  • Pregnancy also puts pressure on the anal area
  • Obese people are more prone to suffer from piles
  • Straining or putting pressure during bowel movements
  • Sitting for a long time on the toilet bowl
  • Regular weight lifting can cause piles
  • Suffering from chronic constipation and diarrhoea also puts pressure on the lower rectum
  • Having anal intercourse

When to See a Doctor at Apollo Spectra, Kanpur ?

haemorrhoids worsen with age. If you are having severe pain around the anus or bleeding excessively, it is important to see the doctor. Chronic blood loss can lead to anaemia.

Request an appointment at Apollo Spectra Hospitals, Kanpur

Call 1860-500-2244 to book an appointment

What are the Risk Factors of haemorrhoids or Piles?

  • Anaemia: Chronic blood loss during bowel movements can cause anaemia.
  • Strangulated haemorrhoid: Strangulated haemorrhoid is the result of lack of blood supply to the internal haemorrhoid
  • Blood clot: Blood clots around the outside of the anal region can be extremely painful and needs medical attention.

How Can We Treat haemorrhoids or Piles?

The different treatments for haemorrhoids include:

Piles or haemorrhoid surgery without anesthetic

Banding: It is used to treat internal haemorrhoids. In this surgery, a tight band is used around the base of haemorrhoid to cut off the blood supply. It takes two or more procedures. This is not painful but you may experience mild discomfort or pressure.

Sclerotherapy: In this process, chemicals are injected into the internal haemorrhoid to stop it from bleeding.

Coagulation therapy: In this therapy heat, infrared light, and extreme cold are used to make the haemorrhoid shrink.

haemorrhoid artery ligation (HAL): In this surgery, the blood vessels which are responsible for haemorrhoids are detected. The blood vessels are closed by using ultrasound and ligates.

Piles or haemorrhoids surgery with anesthetic

haemorrhoidectomy: This surgery is used to cut out the large internal and external haemorrhoids that are creating a problem and not responding to other treatments.

haemorrhoidopexy: This surgery is also called stapling. A surgical staple is used to push the haemorrhoids to their place. It also cuts off the blood supply so that the haemorrhoids shrink.


haemorrhoids or piles are common but sometimes they can be chronic and last for a long time. It is important to eat high-fiber diets and drink water to prevent haemorrhoids.

Reports say that three out of four adults suffer from haemorrhoids or piles. It is caused due to many reasons but chronic piles or haemorrhoids require medical attention.

1. Can haemorrhoids be cured?

Yes, it can be cured with surgical and nonsurgical treatments. But severe haemorrhoids can last for a long time.

2. Can haemorrhoids or piles be prevented?

You can prevent haemorrhoids by keeping your stool soft and drinking lots of fluid and eating a high fiber diet.

3. Are haemorrhoids or piles permanent?

Severe piles or haemorrhoids can be chronic and last for a longer time than usual.


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