Hemorrhoids is the name given to enlarged veins with surrounding connective tissue under the layer that covers the inner wall of the anal canal. These bulging veins are red-purple. Bleeding and frequent bleeding occurs as a result of puncture. Hemorrhoids are frequently seen in people who suffer from constipation. In addition, aging, pregnancy, bowel cancer and hernias can also be caused by hemorrhoids.
What causes hemorrhoids
- Chronic Constipation
- Jobs involving long periods of sitting
- Eating spicy foods frequently
- Some heavy sports
- Prolonged coughing
- Gut tumors
Symptoms of hemorrhoids are
- Swelling from the rectum
- Rectal hemorrhage
- Flow, sensation of breech wetness
1.Non-Surgical Treatment Of Hemorrhoid (Laser)
Hemorrhoid laser procedure is a new procedure for outpatient treatment of hemorrhoids in which the hemorrhoidal arterial flow feeding the hemorrhoidal plexus is stopped by means of Doppler-guided laser coagulation. In laser treatment, a doctor uses a small precise beam of light to vaporize or excise hemorrhodial tissue. There are two types of hemorrhoid treatments involving a laser: laser coagulation therapy and laser excision
In laser coagulation therapy, the laser is used to create scar tissue which cuts off the blood supply to the hemorrhodial tissue, causing it to eventually shrink up and die. In laser excision, the laser beam is used to vaporize the hemorrhoids all together. The hemorrohoidal tissue is completely removed right way.
The patient does not feel pain and there is no hemorrhage. The patient does not need medication or medicine after the procedure. The disease does not recur. The process takes about 5 minutes. Immediately after 30 minutes, the patient returns to their