Surgery remains the predominant choice to get rid of painful haemorrhoids for haemorrhoid sufferers that have reached more advanced years.
The medical treatment of haemorrhoids depends on the stage of the disease. Haemorrhoids are categorised into 4 stages. during the initial stage, (1st stage), a medicinal treatment and a high fibre diet may be sufficient. During an advanced stage (3rd or 4th stage), a surgical approach is frequently chosen.
During the surgical procedure, excess haemorrhoid tissue is cut off. Sometimes, the sensitive sphincter muscle is also injured through this procedure and cut off partially. In addition to pain, this surgical intervention can lead to various complications (for example: incontinence of narrowing of the anal canal).
Cutting edge medical equipment technology used in medical centres and hospitals today has delivered to the forefront, advanced operation procedures that depart from the conventional. Such new procedures involve the use of computerized precision instruments that shortens diagnostic sessions and operation times.
Owing to the operation procedure's inherent 'non-invasive' technique, recuperation time for patients is appreciatively shortened. In recorded cases, several patients are observed to have recovered quick enough to be discharged on the same day, post operation.
If you are seeking treatment that would invariably and ultimately bring the desperately sought after relief to your haemorrhoid problem, a dynamic solution in the form of laser haemorrhoid surgery is now readily available. Laser Haemorrhoids Surgery is a painless alternative to haemorrhoidectomy, an open surgery.