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What Are Piles (Haemorrhoids)?

Hemorrhoids, commonly known as piles, are swellings containing enlarged blood vessels that are found inside or around the rectum and anus. Hemorrhoids result from increased pressure on the anus.

While piles can affect people of all ages, older adults and pregnant women are at an increased risk and are more likely to develop piles.

Haemorrhoids | Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

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Symptoms of Piles in women

Pain in rectum

Itching near the anus

Anal pain


Rectal pressure and fullness

Lumps around your anus

Diagnosis of Piles in women

Piles rarely cause any serious problems but ignoring, hiding, or leaving them untreated isn't the solution. Women need to understand that doing so will only increase the severity of the condition.

Women with rectal inflammation, swelling, pain, discharge, and bleeding at the time of defecation will require detailed evaluation, including

rectal examination

proctoscopic examination

sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy

The doctor will check the anus and rectum for swollen blood vessels that suggest hemorrhoids and may also do a gloved finger test in the rectum.

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What is the Option available for Piles Treatment?

A proper diagnosis is the first step.

If detected early, piles can be treated with medication and lifestyle modification.

In case of severity, surgery is a must and there are several surgical procedures available to treat piles.

Mainly surgical options are classified as conventional and Minimally Invasive Procedures for Hemorrhoids

When is surgery necessary?

Surgery may be required if there is prevalent pain from a thrombosed hemorrhoid. Harmful or large hemorrhoids often need special attention. The surgical technique used depends on the form, size, and position of the hemorrhoid.


Injection and coagulation

Hemorrhoid stapling


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