Piles (Haemorrhoids) are lumps inside and around the anal region. Swollen and inflamed veins in the rectum and anus cause discomfort and bleeding. Hemorrhoids are usually caused by straining during bowel movements, obesity, or pregnancy. Piles are classified as internal and external based on the severity of the ailment. Internal piles are further classified into different grades.
This technique uses a stapling device that takes advantage of the fact that the pain-sensing nerve fibers are absent high up in the anal canal. In this procedure, the mucosa above the dentate line (containing part of pile mass) is excised and stapled with the stapler gun, thereby taking care of bleeding and prolapse.
The pile masses are compressed into a small cavity inside the stapler. When fired, the titanium staples cut and seal simultaneously. Also, there is no incision on the perianal skin or lower part of anal canal and the wound in the anal mucosa is also primarily closed with a stapler, thus, there is no need to do any post-operative dressing.
Deep-fried and processed food, Spicy food, Alcohol. Dairy products
Piles most common among adults aged 45 to 65 years
Piles will usually go away on their own you might need to have a treatment to deal with the problem