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Advanced piles surgery by expert surgeons
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Expert surgeons with 10+ years of experience
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Advanced Surgical Technologies
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High quality, affordable surgical procedures
Quick recovery
Minimal postoperative pain
Same-day discharge *
No cuts, no wounds *
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*Applicable for laser surgery option. Please consult our experts to find the best option for your condition.
What are piles?
Piles, also known as haemorrhoids, are enlarged blood vessels that can be seen in and around the anus.
What causes Piles?
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Enlarged blood vessels near the anus
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Low fibre diet
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Chronic constipation or diarrhea
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Straining while passing stools
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Narrow anal opening
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Aging
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Pregnancy and childbirth
Internal Piles
Blood in your stool
Pain while passing stools
Moist bumps around the anus
External Piles
Itching and swelling
Intense pain in and around the anus
Lumps around the anus
Digital Rectal Examination (DRE): A lubricated gloved finger is inserted in the rectum to feel for any lumps
Anoscopy: An anoscope (lighted tube) is used to look at the lining of the anus
Types of piles
Internal Piles: Not seen by naked eye but can be visible when they protrude out of your anus
External Piles: Visible to naked eye and are present under the skin around your anus
Grades of piles
Grade 1: Small inflammations (swelling) inside the lining of the anus. Do not come out of the anus.
Grade 2: Large and remain inside the anus. Get pushed outside while passing stools. Can return to their original position.
Grade 3: Appear outside the anus. Can be pushed back easily.
Grade 4: Large and remain outside the anus. Cannot be pushed back. Usually require surgical removal.
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Surgical treatment options
Your Practo Care doctor will examine you and suggest the treatment that is right for you based on your complaints, physical examination, and the severity of your condition
  • Rubber bands are placed at the base of the piles to cut off its blood supply. Piles wither and fall off
  • Recommended for Grade 3 piles and below
  • Chemical solution is injected into the piles to shrivel them
  • Recommended for Grade 1 and Grade 2 piles
  • An alternative to banding
  • Bursts of infrared light are focussed on piles causing it to harden and shrivel
  • Recommended for Grade 2 and Grade 3 piles
  • Laser is used instead of a knife/scalpel
  • No cuts and stitches involved; fewer complications
  • Recommended for Grade 3 and Grade 4 piles
  • Recommended only for treating internal haemorrhoids
  • Haemorrhoids are stapled in place to block the blood flow. This causes them to shrink
  • Most effective treatment for severe or recurring haemorrhoids
  • Surgery is done under local or regional anaesthesia
  • Excess haemorrhoidal tissues causing the bleeding are removed
In low-grade piles, your doctor may offer medical treatment as the first line of management
1Medication
  • Painkillers - reduce pain and discomfort
  • Corticosteroids - reduce redness and swelling
  • Laxatives - prevent constipation
  • Sitz bath - relieves pain and discomfort
2Lifestyle Modifications
  • Consume fibre-rich foods
  • Avoid certain foods (fried and salty, canned) and beverages (cold drinks, alcohol)
  • Take plenty of oral fluids
  • Take ample rest for faster healing
We will help you find the best treatment approach
Why Practo Care ?
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Expert surgeons
We have the finest and some of the most qualified surgical specialists, each with 10+ years of experience, who will consult with you to determine and conduct the most appropriate surgical procedure for your condition.
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Advanced Surgical Technologies
You can expect the highest standards in surgeries and care with our cutting-edge modern medical technology, designed to provide you the most advanced level of medical care.
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Personal Care Assistants
A dedicated assistant will take care of your needs from your very first interaction with us through to the end of your treatment. They will be with you at every step of your journey—booking consultations with surgeons, getting a second opinion, finding the best hospital for your surgery, arranging medicines and lab tests, handling the insurance approvals, and coordinating admission and discharge formalities.
Financial aid and assistance
We provide our customers with the highest level of satisfaction by ensuring 100% transparency in pricing. We offer the finest surgical experiences at competitive prices—with flexible payment options, no-cost EMI options, discounted medicines and lab tests, and support for a wide range of insurance policies.
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Postoperative Care
Our personal care assistants will continue to stay in touch with you, even after the procedure, to book free followup consultations with your doctor as per your convenience. You will also receive dietary tips and instructions for your speedy recovery.
Cost of Piles surgery? Get an estimate
All insurance accepted
Do you have insurance?
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What happens if you delay the treatment/surgery?
Delayed treatment may aggravate piles and may lead to complications. Surgery is advised in case of
Severe pain
Prolonged bleeding
Large haemorrhoids
Alteration in bowel movements
FAQs
Depending upon the severity, piles can be classified into four grades. Lower grades of piles can be treated with medications, lifestyle modifications, improving dietary habits and exercising. But if the disease advances then surgery is recommended. Consult a doctor to know what’s the best treatment for your condition.
Piles are enlarged blood vessels that can be seen in and around the anus. Anal fissures are small cuts in the lining of the anus due to the passage of hard stools.
Yes, it is better to get it treated. They can cause pain, discomfort, and may lead to bleeding and infections if not treated.
Depending upon the severity, piles can be classified into four grades. Lower grades of piles can be treated with medications, lifestyle modifications, improving dietary habits and exercising. But if the disease advances then surgery is recommended. Consult a doctor to know what’s the best treatment for your condition.
Depending on the type of surgery conducted, your recovery may vary between 2 to 6 weeks. Usually, one can resume daily chores and work (except for strenuous work) within a week to 10 days of the procedure.
Not all types of surgeries will have the same complications and severity. Some of the common complications may include bleeding, infections, and urinary retention (inability to pass urine).
You can follow up with your doctor between 1-3 weeks in the event of invasive surgery. However, the follow-up timespan for the minimally invasive surgeries may vary.
Seeking a second opinion in Practo is relatively easy. Please carry all your medical reports while talking to the doctor.
Some people have a higher risk of developing piles. The risk factors include:
1. Pregnancy
2. Aging (due to weakening of muscles in the anal region)
3. Obesity
4. Consumption of processed food without any fibre in the diet
Yes, piles surgery is covered under most medical/health insurance policies. At Practo, we accept most health insurances for piles treatment.
What customers say
Rajesh Yadav
Bangalore
I’d definitely recommend Practo Care for their support at every step of my pilonidal sinus treatment. The doctor was highly experienced and the surgery went well. The team took care of everything from day one to the day of discharge very efficiently.
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