Types & Different Stages Of Plies

Internal Piles are further classified as :-

Grade-I :- Hemorrhoids (Piles) are still in the interior anal canal & there is no protrusion or prolapsed. However there is minor itching or pain.

Grade-II :- Hemorrhoids (Piles) are similar to grade-I however bleeding is also observed at this stage. Additionally some small protrusion will come outside during bowels & reverts back to its original position.

Grade-III :- When hemorrhoids reaches at stage-III, they have all the symptoms of earlier stages only the prolapsed or protrusion will not return to its original position on its own & must be manipulated back into the anal canal manually.

Grade-IV :- This is a final stage and haves all symptoms of earlier stage except haemorrhoids can no longer be manipulated back into place in the rectum.

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Non-surgical treatment of piles :- (www.ayushmaanpharma.com/piles.htm)

There are certain treatments that you’ll need to go into hospital for as an outpatient. You won’t usually have to stay overnight. These include the following :-

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Banding. This treatment of piles involves placing a small elastic band around the pile, which cuts off the blood supply. This causes it to die and fall off after a few days. The area left behind will heal up naturally.

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Sclerotherapy. In this treatment of piles oily phenols are injected into the base of the pile masses (lumps) .This shrinks the piles & clots the blood inside piles.

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Infra-red coagulation or laser treatment of piles. This treatment of piles uses infra-red light to seal the veins above the pile, which causes it to shrink.

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Bipolar diathermy and direct current electrotherapy treatment of piles - This treatment of piles uses an electrical current to destroy the pile.

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Ksahrasutra (Thread Therapy)- Special Ayurvedic medicine for piles are coated on threads which are tied on hemorrhoids to shrink it.

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Doppler-guided haemorrhoidal artery ligation. This treatment of piles uses an ultrasound probe to find an artery in your anal canal that can be stitched up to limit the blood supply to your piles.

However your doctor will advise you the benefits and risks of the procedure recommended for you