Hemorrhoid surgery is a surgical process of removing hemorrhoids, swollen blood vessels in the anal canal. During the procedure, patients are given general or spinal anesthesia so that they feel no pain. Hemorrhoids can be managed by eating a high fiber diet, drinking water, and using stool softeners. There are two types of hemorrhoids: Internal and external. External hemorrhoids develop painful blood clots whereas internal hemorrhoids drop though the rectum. In maximum cases, external or prolapsed hemorrhoids can become infected and may require surgery.
- Anal ache while sitting
- Bright red blood on toilet tissue, stool or in the toilet bowl
- Formation of blood clots inside the vessel
- Pain during bowel movements
- Tissues at the anal opening
- Tissues hanging outside the anus
- Excess tissues cannot be pushed back through the anus
Hemorrhoid types: Banding, sclerotherapy, coagulation therapy, hemorrhoidectomy, and Hemorrhoidopexy.
Attempted Treatments That Are No Longer Working?
- Over-the-counter corticosteroid creams
- Hemorrhoid creams
- Stool softeners
- Tucks pads
- Sitz baths
- Increased fiber in diet