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6 Different Kinds Of Hemorrhoids Surgery

6 Different Kinds Of Hemorrhoids Surgery


    

6 Different Kinds Of Hemorrhoids Surgery

by Jamie Briggs

Yucky hemorrhoids! They hurt! They might itch. They cause you to be uncomfortable. They can take over your life. When hemorrhoids are your constant companion, it is difficult to enjoy life.

The source of hemorrhoids is the veins that exist in the anal and rectal area. These veins start swelling and becoming inflamed. There are several things that cause them. Constipation is a leading cause. The veins become inflamed with excessive pushing to move stools due to constipation.

There are four kinds of hemorrhoids: first, second, third, and fourth degree. First is the most minimally severe. Fourth indicates the most serious. Bleeding is a possibility with all types, but can become progressively worse at each level.

Home remedies can fix these much of the time, but surgery can sometimes be needed.

1) Milligan-Morgan Technique - This surgery removes hemorrhoids. A trio of incisions in the shape of pears are left agape, separated by tissue and mucous. This hemorrhoid surgery is the most common.

2) Ferguson Technique - The incision is partially or totally closed in this surgery. This procedure results in elevated levels of post-op discomfort. You will have to stay in the hospital for three days.

(3) PPH Procedure -- This method treats the prolapsed hemorrhoidal tissue by removing the prolapsed anal mucosa membrane using a circular stapling device. There is less pain after this surgery than other surgeries.

(4) The Harmonic Scalpel -- This unique form of energy enables hemorrhoidal tissue to be cut and to coagulate at the exact place it is applied, thus minimizing harm to the lateral thermal tissue. This is commonly used for hemorrhoids that bleed during surgery.

(5) Laser Procedure -- Here a laser is used to cause the hemorrhoid to disappear completely. Lasers are more precise and accurate. With this procedure there is minimal post-op discomfort. They heal faster.

6) Atomizing Hemorrhoids - This method reduces hemorrhoids into a fine mist with surgery. This can be accomplished without causing a lot of bleeding. You will get better results afterwards with this surgery.

This is a list of surgeries that might be necessary in instances where home treatments fail to work. You doctor might select surgery for a number of reasons. Surgery may be recommended when hemorrhoids recur repeatedly. In cases where bleeding persists, an operation might be deemed necessary. A prolapsed hemorrhoid will probably require surgery. Surgery will be required if there are blood clots in the hemorrhoids.

Doctors normally try other treatments before trying surgery. Sometimes rubber banding the hemorrhoids will work. Injections might be tried. In an effort to decrease the size of the hemorrhoid, medication is injected into the membrane close to the hemorrhoid.

Ignoring hemorrhoids is not an option. Use whatever treatment you need. Don't delay. Make sure that you are using the best treatment for your condition.

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