Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in your lower rectum. Internal hemorrhoids are usually painless, but tend to bleed. External hemorrhoids may cause pain. Hemorrhoids, also called piles, are swollen veins in your anus and lower rectum, similar to varicose veins.
Hemorrhoids could be troublesome as the disease affects your everyday life and obstructs your mood during bowel movements, especially for those with Grade 3 or 4 hemorrhoids. It even causes sitting difficulty.
Today, laser surgery is available for hemorrhoid treatment. The procedure is done by a laser beam to destroy the blood vessels that supply the branches of hemorrhoid arteries. This will gradually reduce the size of the hemorrhoids until they dissolve.
Benefits of Treating Hemorrhoids with Laser Surgery:
1.Fewer side effects compared to traditional surgery
2.Less pain at the incision site after surgery
3.Faster recovery, as the treatment targets the root cause
4.Able to return to normal life after the treatment
FAQ about hemorrhoids：
1. Which grade of haemorrhoids is suitable for Laser procedure?
Laser is suitable for haemorrhoids from grade 2 to 4.
2. Can I pass motion after Laser Haemorrhoids Procedure?
Yes, you could expect to pass gas and motion as usual after the procedure.
3. What shall I expect after Laser Haemorrhoids Procedure?
Post-operation swelling shall be expected. This is a normal phenomenon, due to heat generated by laser from inside of the haemorrhoid. Swelling is usually painless, and will subside after a few days. You might be given medication or Sitz-bath to help in reducing the swelling, please do it as per instructions by the doctor/nurse.
4. How long do I need to lie down on bed for recovery?
No, you do not need to lie down for long for recovery purpose. You can perform daily activity as usual but keep it at minimal once you've discharged from hospital. Avoid doing any straining activity or exercise such as weight lifting and cycling within the first three weeks after the procedure.
5. Patients choosing this treatment will benefit from the following advantages:
1Minimal or no pain
No open wounds
No tissue is being cut off
Patient can eat and drink the next day
Patient can expect to pass motion soon after surgery, and usually without pain
Accurate tissue reduction in the haemorrhoid nodes
Maximum preservation of continence
Best possible preservation of sphincter muscle and related structures such as anoderm and mucous membranes.
6.Our laser can used for:
Laser Hemorrhoids (LaserHemorrhoidoPlasty)
Laser for Anal fistulas (Fistula-tract Laser Closure)
Laser for Sinus pilonidalis (Sinus Laser ablation of the Cyst)
To complete the broad range of application there are other possible proctological applications of the laser and fibers
Removal of polyps
Post time: Aug-02-2023