Best Piles Doctor In Ahmedabad

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The Multi-Specialty ,Piles Surgeon in Ahmedabad at Dr Ram's Advanced Surgical Hospital seeks - to provide all patients with a pain-free surgical experience through Laser Piles Surgery.

Dr. Kamlesh Ram: Best Piles Doctor in Ahmedabad, Gujarat

If you are looking for the best piles doctor in Ahmedabad, you've come to the right place.

Dr. Kamlesh ram is one of the leading piles specialist in Ahmedabad and has been serving people from all over Gujarat for past 14 years.

He is a well-known name in this field who is known for his excellent work and dedication towards his patients.

He provides the best treatment for your piles problem by using advanced equipment and medicines that help you get rid of the problem as soon as possible.

Best Piles hospital in Ahmedabad

Hemorrhoids or piles are referred to as bawaseer (बवासीर) in Hindi and are a fairly typical anorectal ailment. Piles are collections of veins and tissues located at the anal area that becomes swollen and inflamed. Piles may develop around the anal skin or inside the rectum.

According to international medical data, five in every twenty adults experience piles at some point in their lives. Though people find it extremely discomforting to talk about them, they are actually very common and can happen to anyone.

Piles can be managed with home remedies to a certain extent at an initial stage, but when piles grow severe or become advanced, surgical intervention is extremely important.

Best Piles hospital in Ahmedabad

Grade I - Piles don’t come out of the anus but there is bleeding when they break.

Grade II - Piles come out of the anus during the passage of stool but they are pushed back in immediately by themselves.

Grade III - They come out of the anus and won't push back in by themselves. They can be re-inserted with a finger.

Grade IV - They remain outside of the anus and can't be pushed back in. They are most painful in nature.

Causes And Risk Factors Of Piles

  • Constipation
  • Chronic Diarrhea
  • Lifting Heavyweights
  • Straining During
  • Prolonged Sitting
  • Obesity
  • Pregnancy
  • Old Age
  • Heredity

Symptoms Of Piles

  • Pain and discomfort in the anal area while sitting
  • Pain while passing a stool
  • Blood with stool
  • Itchiness, redness, and swelling near the anus
  • Painful lump around the anus
  • Feeling of unclear bowel even after passing stool

If Left Untreated/Complications:

  • Strangulation
  • Thrombosed piles
  • Anaemia/ Blood loss
  • Infection/ Perianal abscess
  • Rectal mucosal prolapse

How to prevent piles?

  • Fiber-rich Diet: If you want to keep piles at bay, it is crucial to eat at least 25-30 grams of fiber per day.
  • Drink Sufficient Fluid: Avoid caffeinated and alcoholic drinks which make you dehydrated
  • Stop sitting on the toilet seat for too long
  • Stay physically active
  • Avoid Prolonged Sitting in one place
  • Avoid medicines causing constipation
  • Maintain a good sleep cycle
  • Keep your thyroid hormones in a normal range
  • Manage your mental stress level

Myths And Facts About Piles

Myth 1: Spicy foods cause Piles.

Fact: Piles are caused by strain on the veins near the anus. The straining might be caused due to constipation or hard stool or by spending more time on the toilet seat. Spicy foods have no direct correlation with Piles. But since spicy foods might be hard on the digestive system, people might need to exert more pressure while passing the bowel after having any spicy food.

Myth 2: Piles generally happen to old people.

Fact: Age is not a factor in this disease. Yes, it is common in older people as the tissues get weaker but it can happen to anyone who has chronic constipation or strains during a bowel movement.

Myth 3: Piles can cause cancer.

Fact: There is no such study or evidence that says Piles cause cancer. But you must visit a doctor if there is rectal bleeding as both colon cancer and piles have the same symptoms.

Myth 4: Piles problem is recurrent

Fact: Piles are not recurrent if you undergo the best treatment. With a success rate as high as 98%, laser surgery is considered to be the most effective treatment for piles. In Laser surgery. There is no minimal cutting of tissues which reduces the recurrence rate to only 2-3% from 30% compared to open surgery

Myth 5: Piles surgery will cause Incontinence (Loss of control of bowel movement)

Fact: Before 5-10 years, Incontinence was very prevalent after large multiple piles operated by open procedure due to too much muscle cutting. In laser surgery. There is no muscle cut at all therefore, 0% chance of incontinence.

Myth 6: Piles surgery causes narrowing or shortening of Anal ring/Stenosis

Fact: Again it was very common in Open surgery. But due to no to less cutting of tissues with Laser surgery, chances of Stenosis are nil.

Piles Treatment in Ahmedabad

  • Non-surgical treatment for piles:
    • Rubber Band Ligation
    • Sclerotherapy
  • Home remedies to manage piles:
    • Warm Sitz bath
    • High fibre diet
    • Drink enough water
  • Medicines for piles treatment:
    • Haemorrhoidal Arterial Ligation under Ultrasound
    • Laxatives for soft stool
    • Stapler Haemorrhoidectomy (MIPH)
    • Open/Closed Haemorrhoidectomy
  • Surgical Treatment for Piles:
    • Laser Haemorrhoidopexy
    • Over the Counter Pain killer medicines
    • Corticosteroids ointment for local application

Insurance Coverage:

Most health insurance providers cover the cost of appendix removal surgery. We accept all health Insurance.

No cost EMI:

Is a very fast and easy procedure and approval comes within an hour most of the time. Most importantly, hospitals bear all the charges of EMI procedures. Patients will only pay the amount suggested by the hospital in easy EMI.