Piles Treatment Centre
Piles Treatment Centre
Dedicated to treating a wide range of anorectal illnesses, Dr. Kamthe’s Piles Clinic, Surgical Hospital & Research Centre is a comprehensive surgical facility. Under the visionary leadership of Dr. Kamthe, our hospital has evolved from a modest setup in Kondhwa and Pune station to become India’s leading specialty Proctology hospital in Pune, Maharashtra in India.
The development of therapies for anorectal disorders has been greatly aided by the innovative research of Dr. Kamthe. Our hopital has become a ray of hope for those with conditions including constipation, piles, fistula, and fissure because of its dedication to offering both conventional and cutting-edge remedies within modern parameters.
Our Motto is “We Care, We Cure”. Our proctology specialists are committed to identifying, examining, and managing a variety of anorectal disorders. Through continuous study and research, Dr. Kunal Kamthe has developed the PF Care – Kit Special Herbal Medicines, offering effective solutions for Piles and Fissure.
Numerous cutting-edge therapies, such as laser treatment, mucopexy, hemoredectomy, ksharkarma, LPH, LIFT, ksharsutra, fistulectomy, and advanced seton therapy, are advised by our highly trained professionals. Many are 15–30 minute procedures that are done on a day-care basis. This method has not only become more well-liked but also effective in treating patients with numerous co-morbidities, regardless of age.
Our team of professionals is dedicated to delivering the best services possible to ease your pain and suffering since we understand how diseases and conditions are always changing. The therapies offered at our clinic not only facilitate early resumption of daily activities but also help patients minimize financial losses at their workplaces.
A distinctive characteristic of Dr. Kamthe’s Piles Clinic, Surgical Hospital & Research Centre is its integration of state-of-the-art equipment and the knowledge of traditional Ayurveda. With our exclusive combination, patients are guaranteed quality treatment that targets the underlying causes of their anorectal problems.
What is Piles or Hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoid or piles is painful condition identified by blood during defection. It is known as Mulvyadh and Bavasir in the Marathi and Hindi respectively. It is proctology disorder identified by swelling of the blood vessels present inside and around the anus and rectum. Any damage or injury to such swelled veins causes them to come out of the anus.
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They are of four types:
- First Degree – It may cause bleeding; they remain inside of the anus.
- Second Degree – They may come out of the anus having defecation but returns to the original site on its own.
- Third Degree – They may come out of the anus. You have to put them to original place by pushing them with finger.
- Fourth Degree – They are present partly inside and outside of the anus, and cannot acquire original position once it comes out of the anus. This type of piles is critical and cause bleeding, pain, and sticky discharge.
External Hemorrhoids or Sentinel piles – They result in wounds that appear next to the anus, beside the anal canal. They hurt, especially if there is blood clotting present.
Prolapsed Hemorrhoids – When the internal hemorrhoids leave the rectum and enlarge, they develop. They cause bleeding and itching. They hurt and leave you feeling as though your stomach is still full.
Piles Sign & Symptoms
- Bleeding with or without pain and sticky discharge through the anus.
- Severe pain and soreness near anus during and after stool discharge.
- Itchiness and inflammation surrounding the anus.
- Buring after defecation.
- Feeling of stool deposition in anus even after bowel discharge.
- Constipation, unsatisfactory defecation, etc
- The habit of improper stool excretion.
- Excess eating of junk food and less water intake.
- Excess stress and having colitis or diarrhea or tuberculosis or overweight.
- Following lazy lifestyle with fewer exercises.
- Need to apply pressure for p.asing of stools during a bowel action, etc.
A. Non-operative treatment
For primary grade piles,non operative technique are employed In this some natural medications,creams, diet, light excercise and some techniques of medicated oil , enemas are suggested by Dr Kamthe’s piles clinic.We offer some herbal ayurveda medicines and easy lifestyle changes so that piles / hemorrhoids recover naturally without discomfort.
80% of piles / hemorrhoids cure by herbal and home remedies. We try to avoid operations with our speciality herbal formulations and small modification of diet in
dictionary life style. PF care is 100 % herbal formulation which is our research product which can hold you from non surgical procedures.
- Laser Treatment The treatment is also known as LHP (Laser haemorrhoid Plasty). It is the painless and rapid procedure that gives no scar on the skin. The safest method of enhancing light through stimulated radiation emission is called a laser. When receiving laser treatment, the damaged area is allowed to heal itself thanks to the amplified light.We preserve numerous medical complications and provide more accurate results by using this state-of-the-art laser treatment.
- Ksharsutra It is an Ayurvedic remedy that was created 5,000 years ago by Acharya Sushrut. The Ksharsutra is ligated in cases of internal hemorrhoids.The best application for this technique is for piles and fistulas, which have minimal recurrence and no complications or side effects. For the entire procedure, local anesthesia is needed.
- Advanced Seton Therapy We create medicated Seton using a blend of traditional and contemporary methods, utilizing various ayurvedic herbs. This Seton is tagged to piles. Subsequently, we extract this herbal thread without requiring surgery or creating any issues. We use local anesthesia for the duration of this treatment.
- Injection Therapy or Sclerotherapy The procedure is frequently used to eliminate haemorrhoids. In this, our doctor injects a solution into the root of the haemorrhoids. The chemical agent hardens haemorrhoid and shrinks the haemorrhoid tissue.
- Stapler Surgery
Stapled haemorrhoidectomy is best to treat the third-degree, fourth degree, prolapse piles, rectocele, etc. By using the stapler and sutures, we repair the expanded hemorrhoidal supporting tissue.
- Rubber-Band Ligation (Banding)
In this, our expert ties a tiny rubber band over the basal portion of internal haemorrhoid. This tie-up cuts the blood flow flowing towards haemorrhoid.
Minimal invasive piles treatment MIPT. It is an Ayurvedic remedy that was initially created more than 5,000 years ago by Acharya Sushrut. Compared to surgery and thermal cautery, it is less harsh. Such locations, which are challenging to manage with traditional methods, can be treated by the method. Applying a herbal-medical paste to pile masses can help them shrink to their maximum size; this process takes three to five days, depending on the patient. In Ayurveda, this is a very successful treatment. Also referred to as Minimal Invasive Pile Treatment, or MIPT.
Prevention of Piles
- Take fibers in high amount.
- Drink plenty of water in the form of juices.
- Perform regular exercises to prevent strain during bowel discharge.
- Acquire good bowel practices.
- Do not use dry tissue papers to clean after using the restroom.
- Minimize heavy lifting to reduce strain
- If you experience persistent symptoms or notice changes in bowel habits, seek medical advice promptly.
- A patient should be empty stomach before the procedure or as directed by the doctor.
- You can drink watery liquids 6 hours before surgery.
- You have to come with your family member or friend on the day of surgery.
- Understand the surgery procedure, the advantages.
- If you are taking any medicines, then tell our doctor before starting the procedure.
- Take prescribed medicines, Empty your colon with an enema.
- After surgery, do not remove the dressing from the scar.
- Maintain cleanliness and hygiene in anorectal area.
- Take prescribed medications as per directed by our doctor.
- Stay away from smoke, carbonated drinks, and other beverages like tea and coffee.
- Follow complete diet given by doctor.
Myths About Piles
- Piles can reoccur immediately after surgery.
- Piles is non-curable disease.
- Piles can be cured by home remedies or by diet.
- Piles can produce colon carcinoma.
- I don’t want have to bother fiber intect. if I have fiber in high volume.
- Cycling may produce hemorrhoids.
- Particularly old people are more susceptible to hemorrhoids.
Advantages of Laser Treatment for Piles over Conventional Surgical Methods
Patient Hospital Stay
7 - 15 Days
Piles are invisible to patients. We have a special diagnostic instrument that helps to visualize clearly and helps diagnose the disease. Patients can see and understand Piles/Hemorrhoid/Bavasir/Fissure, etc.,
Patients of proctoscopy generally simply go ahead without actually visualizing the disease completely. But through this treatment, we insert the camera for perfect inspection. The captured video is shared with the patients helping them to address and understand the issue better.
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Piles are divided into four grades based on the severity of the condition. Medication, physiotherapy, and ayurvedic treatment can be used to treat early stages of piles. However, if the condition progresses, surgery is advised. Laser surgery for piles or hemorrhoids is both painless and non-invasive. In addition, the recurrence rate following surgery is minimal.
Simple lifestyle changes can help to treat piles organically at home. Physical activity, higher hydration intake, and a fiber-rich diet are all part of it. Ayurvedic oil therapies can also be utilized to treat piles in their early stages. If these treatments do not work, surgery is recommended.
Piles form when blood vessels around the anus experience increased pressure. Chronic constipation is the leading cause of piles. Other reasons include prolonged sitting, obesity, pregnancy, and excessive weight lifting.
For piles treatment, one must visit a piles specialist. Only a specialist can advise you on the best course of action. A proctologist or colorectal surgeon is a piles expert.
Physical examination is usually followed by proctoscopy or, in certain situations, colonoscopy to diagnose piles.
It’s similar to having a little nap! During the procedure preparation, you will just feel a minor needle prick. The complete procedure lasts roughly 30 minutes.
You should be able to start drinking water soon after the treatment and eating as soon as you are hungry. After surgery, you will be able to get out of bed. You will most likely have some discomfort following the surgery, which can be readily managed with pain relievers. A tiny amount of bleeding is to be expected, and using a pad can keep your clothes clean.
If your surgery is scheduled as a daycare procedure, you can go home as soon as the anesthetic wears off, you pass urine, and you are comfortable, eating, and drinking. Because general anesthesia is administered, a responsible adult should drive you home and accompany you for the next 24 hours. Before being discharged, you will be given information regarding post-operative care, pain relievers, and laxatives.
You should be able to open your bowels within 2-3 days of the operation. This may feel awkward at first, and there may be a sense of ‘urgency’ (the need to rush to the toilet). Mild blood loss may occur with each bowel movement, although this will steadily diminish over the next few days. Maintain hygiene by washing and cleaning the operation site.
It is critical to have frequent bowel movements that are well-shaped but soft. For 2-4 weeks, you may need to take recommended laxatives. Eating a high-fiber diet and drinking more water will assist.
When you are ready, you can resume normal physical and sexual activity. Anal intercourse should be avoided at all costs.
You can normally return to work on the fifth day after surgery, though this varies on the type of work you do.
If you acquire a temperature of more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Pain, swelling, redness, or discharge that is getting worse Severe bruising, Constipation for more than 3 days.