Piles Doctor in Delhi
In medical terminology, piles are known as haemorrhoids. Basically, we all have haemorrhoids, they are present, within the anal cavity. But, some condition aggravates the piles and can lead to swelling inside the rectum and the blood vessels may also become enlarged. Generally, piles is not a severe condition, and some people may not even be aware of the condition. However, in severe cases, it can cause bleeding, lumps and even severe itching.
- A hard or painful lump near the anus. When you notice this type of lump it is usually filled with coagulated blood and it is known as thrombosed external haemorrhoids.
- After passing stools, you may feel like the bowels are still full.
- Bloody stools
- Itching or soreness and redness around the anus
- You may notice pain when you pass stools
- Too much anal bleeding and this can even cause anaemia
- Anal fistula
- Faecal incontinence
- Strangulated haemorrhoid
Grade 1 – They are little inflammations present around the lining of the uterus and are generally not visible.
Grade 2 – They are bigger than grade 1 and may be pushed out while passing stools but go back to the original position without any help.
Grade 3 – Grade 3 haemorrhoids are known as prolapsed haemorrhoids and are present just at the anus. Some people may find it hanging from the rectum. However, they can be reinserted easily.
Grade 4 – These haemorrhoids require immediate treatment and cannot be pushed inside on their own.
External piles – They appear just outside the anus. They can cause extreme itchiness and also very painful if a blood clot develops.
- Do any of your relatives or family members suffer from severe piles?
- Do you notice blood or mucus in your stools?
- Have you lost a notable amount of weight in recent times?
- Have your bowel habits changed?
- What is the colour of your stools?
To conduct a thorough diagnosis, your doctor may also perform a digital rectum exam, use a proctoscope
or even do a colonoscopy to help with the detection.
Taking care of your diet becomes mandatory in keeping constipation away. This includes following a diet
chart suggested by your doctor. More fibre, fruits and veggies are always recommended. If you are
suffering from obesity or excess weight, it is important to lose weight. Your doctor will provide
medications and even provide surgical options to help you recover from this condition.
The surgical option include;
- Banding – Here, a plastic band is placed around the piles, stopping the supply of blood to the piles.
- Sclerotherapy – Medicines are injected into the piles in order to shrink them.
- Infrared coagulation – It is a device used to burn the haemorrhoid tissues.
- Haemorrhoidectomy – During this surgery, the extra tissue that causes the bleeding is removed through surgery. To conduct this procedure, anaesthesia is used.