Piles (Haemorrhoids):
Reasons of Piles
Treatment of Piles
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1. Rubber band ligation
2. Sclerotherapy
3. Electric or laser heat process
4. Injection Therapy
5. Haemorrhiodectomy (Surgery for removal of haemorrhoids)
6. Other treatment
7. Bicap Caogulation
8. Specially developed Piles Injection

In early initial stage, mild symptoms are relieved by use of mild laxatives, use of fibre-rich food e.g. green vegetables, avoid excessive straining to reduce the pressure on haemorrhoids. Use of oral medicines or local application of ointments, etc. In painful conditions, especially in fissure-in-ano, sitz bath in hot water for about 5-10 minutes can provide relief from pain and inflammation.

1. Rubber band ligation:
It is given on internal haemorrhoids that protrude with bowel movement with the help of specially made instrument for this purpose, a small rubber band is placed around the piles near to pedicle of the plus polyp which cut of its blood supply and due to necrosis, the piles polyps shrink and the band fall off in a few days and wound heals slowly. This procedure is not for bigger size polyps and causes some bleeding and discomfort to some patients.
2. Sclerotherapy:
Specially formulated chemical solution is given by injection around the blood vessel of haemorrhoids to shrink the internal haemorrhoids.
3. Electric or laser heat process:
Laser coagulation or infra-red coagulation, both the procedures are used to burn the haemorrhoid tissue.
4. Injection Therapy:
It is widely used in initial stage. The injection which contains 95% Almond oil and 5% carbolic acid is injected in the haemorrhoids. This is little painful and causes the haemorrhoids to shrink up little for a short time which regrows after sometime.
5. Haemorrhoidectomy
(Surgery for removal of haemorrhoids): (haemorrhoidectomy): This method is used widely by the surgeons. It is necessary in thrombosis of the external haemorrhoids, failure of rubber band ligation in internal haemorrhoids and in 3rd degree piles protruding haemorrhoids cannot be reduced or in persistant bleeding. In haemorrhoidectomy surgery under anaesthesia removes piles (haemorrhoids) which protrude out and cause bleeding. It requires hospitalization and complete rest depending upon condition of the patient. But recurrence of disease is seen commonly in the patients.
6. Other treatment
e.g., cryosurgery (which includes cryotherapy). It freezes the haemorrhoids tissue by special cryo probe using nitrous oxide or carbon dioxide gas to freeze the piles polyps under -190 degree temperature. A foul smelling discharge starts after 2-3 hrs and causes dryness in the mucosa of the anus.
7. Bicap Coagulation:
Direct current therapy is used to coagulate the blood inside the haemorrhoids. But this treatment has not gained widespread acceptance.
8. Specially developed Piles Injection:
A great revolution in the medical research for the complete eradication of piles (Haemorrhoids) without surgery. We have developed an injection which is other than traditional injection. This injection is given in the haemorrhoids which within 7-10 days eradicate the piles completely from root. Most of the patients do not feel any pain during procedure. It is 5-10 minutes job (depends upon patient to patient). Normal patient can go home and do their routine duties as well. Patient has to come 2-4 times for the recheck up (as required). It does not have any side effect. It is safe in pregnant patients, heart patients, controlled diabetic patients and does not require much prevention or precautions. By Godís grace since 44 years lakhs of patients from all India and abroad have been benefitted. It is seen the haemorrhoids which are treated by this method will not reoccur or regrow in future with this very easy and the best treatment.