Treatment of hemorrhoids
Recently hemorrhoid treatment has become easier and takes less time than before. Today,
hemorrhoids can be treated with laser in a few minutes, so you can practice your normal life as if it were not.
What are hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins at the bottom of the rectum and anus. Sometimes the walls of these blood vessels
are so thin that the veins swell and irritate. Hemorrhoids are one of the most common causes of rectal bleeding.
They are rarely dangerous and usually visible within two weeks. Those with hemorrhoids are advised
to see a doctor for examination before their condition gets worse.
- Painful tumor around the anus or blood clots thrombus called external hemorrhoids.
- After defecation, an infected person may feel that his intestines are still full.
- Sometimes blood bleeding.
- Itching and ulcers in the area surrounding the anus.
Hemorrhoids can develop into a more serious condition. This could include:
Excessive anal bleeding may also lead to anemia or an inability to control bowel movements.
Anal fistula, where a new channel is created between the skin surface near the anus and inside the anus.
Choking hemorrhoids, where blood is cut off from hemorrhoids causing complications
including infection or blood clot.
Causes of hemorrhoids:
- Lack of exercise.
- Chronic constipation.
- Chronic diarrhea.
- Lifting heavy weights.
- Vitamin deficiency. Frequent use of laxatives.
- Mishandling of liquids and water.
- People with chronic liver disease and intestinal diseases can be affected with hemorrhoids.
- Jobs that require long sitting may cause hemorrhoids.
hemorrhoids treatment within minutes.
Usually medications and some natural remedies are the first step in the treatment of hemorrhoids in most patients. But often the patient does not get the desired result. We at the Istanbul Clinic provide those who are stranded and have not been helped by any of the traditional methods of treatment by undergoing one of the following treatments:
The first choice is the treatment of hemorrhoids by laser:
Laser treatment of hemorrhoids is mainly used in cases of severe hemorrhoids when no other treatments such as herbal remedies or home remedies or medicines. Laser treatment of hemorrhoids is recommended in patients with recurrent hemorrhoids, as this method is more accurate than other similar techniques such as sclerotherapy or rubber band ligation or others.Laser hemorrhoid treatment is applied to hemorrhoids responsible for severe pain, irritability and discomfort.
Treatment is carried out by directing the laser beam to hemorrhoids in the swollen vein. Once the nerve endings inside the anal canal are closed, the patient has less pain and less hemorrhoid symptoms.
Unlike other surgical methods, laser hemorrhoids treatment has a great benefit and better results compared to traditional surgeries and treatments. The patient can resume his or her daily life within a day or two due to the lack of tissue damage and reduce swelling, bleeding and pain significantly unlike hemorrhoidectomy.
Another advantage in favor of laser hemorrhoid treatment is that it leaves no scars or marks on the patient’s body, a definitive treatment for those suffering from hemorrhoids. The result is less discomfort, less medication, faster healing and hospitalization is not required.
The second choice is the surgical treatment of hemorrhoids:
Hemorrhoid surgery is designed to remove the swollen blood vessels inside or around the anus and rectum. Hemorrhoid surgery is safe and effective most of the time. The recovery time for hemorrhoid surgery varies, but for many people, this can be from the first week to the maximum of two weeks.
There are various surgical treatment options for the treatment of hemorrhoids that cause inconvenience. These surgical treatments aim to restrict blood flow or remove hemorrhoids. Treating hemorrhoids surgically is a better option in the long run, especially if they suffer from large and very painful hemorrhoids or they bleed.
Types of hemorrhoids
There are two main types of hemorrhoids: external hemorrhoids and internal hemorrhoids. Internal hemorrhoids are located in the anal canal, and external hemorrhoids are located outside the anal canal.
Internal hemorrhoids are the most common type of hemorrhoids. Start along the passage to the anus above the dentate line and is usually painless because the visceral nerves above the dentate line do not feel any pain.
These nerves can only feel pressure. Sometimes, internal hemorrhoids can come out of the anus as bumps. These protrusions appear as small clumps lumped on each other, these are descending hemorrhoids and these protrusions cannot be pushed into the anal canal.
Sometimes these bumps cause excessive pain. The anal sphincter muscles trap these bumps and cut off the blood supply. Causing severe pain. Internal hemorrhoids can not be diagnosed by yourself, as there are no signs. Only the doctor can diagnose it after a full examination.
They are hemorrhoids emerging from the anal canal and very close to the anus. They are more painful than internal hemorrhoids because the surrounding skin is very sensitive. External hemorrhoids can develop and rupture their surroundings and thus cause bleeding.
Sometimes the veins inside the hemorrhoids break down and form blood pools beneath the skin. These blocks can become difficult and cause severe pain. This is called hemorrhoid thrombosis.
External hemorrhoids cause severe pain during bowel movements. Moreover, it can cause severe itching and burning sensation around the anus. People with external hemorrhoids can feel a hard lump. These lumps are very sensitive and can bleed when torn.
We recommend that people with external hemorrhoids go to the doctor immediately and do treatment before the situation get worse even more, which leads to worse effects.
Fistula and anal abscess causes and symptoms.
An anal abscess is an infected pus-filled cavity located near the anus or rectum. Ninety percent of cysts are the result of severe infection of the internal glands of the anus. Sometimes, bacteria, fecal matter or foreign matter can clog the anal gland and tunnel into the perianal or rectal tissue where it may then clump in a cavity called an abscess.
Anal fistula is often the result of previous or present anal abscess. This occurs in up to 50% of patients with cysts. Natural anatomy includes tiny glands inside the anus. A fistula is a tunnel that forms under the skin and connects the affected glands with a blocked abscess. The fistula can be present with or without an abscess and may only contact the skin of the buttocks near the anus.
Directly inside the anus are several glands that make certain fluids that have a specific function, sometimes they are blocked or clogged. When this happens, the formation of bacteria can lead to a swollen pocket of tissues and these pockets are called anal abscess
Anal fistula develops after an anal abscess. If you do not treat the anal abscess before it develops into a fistula, eventually, these pockets will make their way out and puncture a hole in the skin somewhere near the anus so that the cleft inside can drain the pus , And fistula is a tunnel that connects the gland to that hole.
Pain in the anus, swelling around the anus, inflammation of the perianal cellular tissue (skin redness) and fever are the most common symptoms of abscess. Sometimes bleeding may appear in the rectum or the appearance of urinary symptoms such as difficulty starting the urethra or painful urination.
Patients with a fistula usually have a history of an anal abscess that has not previously been healed immediately. The Symptoms are the possibility of anal pain, discharge from the perianal skin, peritoneal skin irritation, and sometimes rectal bleeding, all of which are symptoms of anal fistula.
Treatment of anal fistula.
It is very important to avoid the occurrence of anal fistula to speed up the treatment of the anal abscess before it develops. Deep depending on the degree of condition.
If the anal abscess develops into the anal fistula there are two different treatments here are surgical treatment, which is the traditional treatment and laser treatment is the most appropriate and best for such cases.
Currently, there is no drug treatment available for this problem and the option of treatment for this type of conditions, such as hemorrhoid either surgically or laser treatment a final treatment.
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