Haemorrhoids



 Haemorrhoids 

➽ What is Haemorrhoids ?

Haemorrhoids are normal anatomical structures that we all have. These anatomical structures made mostly of special vascular tissue that sits on the top of the anal canal. The reason we all have haemorrhoids is because they play an important role in the mechanism of continence. This vascular tissue can inflate and deflate contributing to the fine closure of the anal canal. Only when these normal anatomical structure become abnormal like this increase in size become congested, they start producing symptoms and this is where we talked about hemorrhoidal disease which should not be confused with haemorrhoids as such.
 
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➽ What Causes Haemorrhoids ?

Haemorrhoids become abnormal once they become swollen and inflated over their normal limits. The reason why they become abnormal could be different. Normally, generally speaking, everything that can cause a prolonged increase pressure inside the abdomen leading to an obstructed odd flow of the blood from the haemorrhoids can, in time, lead to abnormal haemorrhoids. For simple things like chronic constipation, spending too long sitting on the toilet trying to defecate can certainly contribute to the formation of haemorrhoids. There also are relatively other common things like pregnancy also can cause an equivalent problem. Patients may be predisposed more than others to this condition and in those cases also simple standing up for a prolonged time or strenuous physical exercise may contribute to the development of abnormal pathological haemorrhoids.

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➽ What are the Sympotoms of Haemorroids.

Haemorrhoids become symptomatic only when they become abnormal. By far the most common symptom of haemorrhoids will be rectal bleeding. The bleeding normally consists of bright red blood occurring after defecation is often not associated to pain and often pain is not a common symptom of haemorrhoids. For more advanced stages of haemorrhoids, once they become bigger or more swollen, they begin prolapsing also , which suggests they begin protruding through the anus normally, once more , after defecation. For the initial stages, normally, the prolapse reduces spontaneously. For more advanced stages, the haemorrhoidal polyps may require minor reduction so the patient himself or herself has to reduce the prolapse back inside and for even more advanced stages, the prolapse may become very frequent, may occur spontaneously, not necessarily associated to defecation and may even become very difficult to reduce, to a point that the haemorrhoids may be protruding most of the time. Discharge and discomfort can also be a consequence of haemorrhoids especially when they are large and protruding regularly or more often. Severe pain only occur only when the haemorrhoids become thrombosed which means when they become very big with a large blood clot in it. Also, the haemorrhoids specially the early stage haemorrhoids will respond to conservative.
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➽ How are Haemorroids Treated ?

Also, the haemorrhoids specially the early stage haemorrhoids will respond to conservative measures and will not require surgical intervention. A surgical intervention remains most effective treatment for the more advanced stages. Treatments like injection sclerotherapy and elastic band ligation also can be considered although these often are only offering temporary relieve and can need to be repeated a couple of times to keep symptoms under control. For more advanced haemorrhoids, the most effective treatment remains is surgery. Conventional surgery involves the excision of the haemorrhoids. This inevitably will leave the patients with three large open wounds which may need several weeks to achieve a complete healing. Inevitably, these lead into prolonged conservative recovery and pain. More modern surgery of haemorrhoids involve also a way called THD which I pioneered during this country and that i started offering to my patients back in 2002. This operation doesn't involve any excision or any removal any tissue. It’s aimed to correct the haemorrhoids, preserving those anatomical structure and with them, the role that they play in the mechanism of continence. The procedure consists of isolating one by one, all the blood vessels, feeling the haemorrhoids, and applying few sutures to reduce main blood flow to the haemorrhoids which will then shrink and go back to normal size and shape. After that, for the largest haemorrhoids especially those were the more significant prolapse, I will introduce another stitch which aims to lift and fix the haemorrhoids to where they belong to stop further sliding of the haemorrhoids and thus eliminating the prolapse also . Because of the place where we position the sutures not being very sensitive to pain, normally, the operation is associated to minimal post-operative pain, with a quick recovery and very, very low morbidity.

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