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|Type of treatment||Conventional surgery||Laser treatment
(Piles and Fissures)
|Risk of infection||Higher||Minimal to none|
|Hospitalization||Required||No (same day discharge)|
Dr. M. Rajkumar MS, M.ch(Plastic) DNB MRCS (Edinburgh – UK) FCLM (Fellowship in Cosmetic & Laser Medicine – Germany) is a qualified Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon from a reputed National Level Institute, presently working as senior assistant professor, Institute of Hand Micro Surgery & Department of Plastic Surgery, Stanley Medical College.
The doctor has been in practice for last 15 years. He is also a reputed teacher in Plastic Surgery too. His main interests are Cosmetic and Hand & Microvascular Surgery. He is a pioneer in rhinoplasty, which is his favorite surgery and a master in Liposuction and Abdominoplasty.
Yes. Both affect the area around the anus, but are different. Piles or haemorrhoids are caused when blood vessels around the anus swell. Fissures are painful tears or cuts around the anus. Causes for both include constipation, diarrhoea, pregnancy and childbirth.
If symptoms do not get better within a week, you will have to consult a doctor. If you have severe pain or bleeding, or if you find it difficult to pass stool, consult a doctor immediately.
No. Laser Piles Treatment is painless. There are no cuts or stitches. There is minimal tissue damage. So, you will not experience much discomfort after the treatment. Follow all instructions given by your surgeon for quick and painless recovery.
No. Usually patients can get back to work a few days after laser piles treatment. The exact number of days you need to stay at home varies from person to person. Most people are able to return to work in 2 days if the job is not strenuous. Your surgeon will advise on what is best for you.
You will have to start with clear liquids after piles treatment. Your surgeon will give you a diet plan. Follow it for complete recovery. It is advisable to start with foods that do not add bulk to stool when you start solids. Include a lot of fiber and drink plenty of water to avoid constipation.
Recurrence after laser piles treatment is extremely rare. With a proper diet and exercise you can completely prevent recurrence.