Features

  • Bleeding

  • Pain in advanced disease

  • Prolapse of piles

  • Skin tags and over growth at the anal verge

  • Itching and Discharge

  • Constipation


  • Internal hemorrhoids cannot cause cutaneous pain, but they can bleed and prolapse. Prolapsing internal hemorrhoids can cause perianal pain by causing a spasm of the sphincter complex. This spasm results in discomfort while the prolapsed hemorrhoids are exposed. The discomfort is relieved with reduction. Internal hemorrhoids can also cause acute pain when incarcerated and strangulated. Again, the pain is related to the sphincter complex spasm. Strangulation with necrosis may cause more deep discomfort. When these catastrophic events occur, the sphincter spasm often causes concomitant external thrombosis. External thrombosis causes acute cutaneous pain.

     

    Piles Details

  • Causes and Types

  • Features

  • Diagnosis and Investigations

  • Treatment Options

  • Out Patient Procedures

  • Surgery

  • Minimally Invasive

  • Conclusion


  • Our Team

    Dr. Manish Agarwal
    M.B.B.S (MAMC)
    M.S. LHMC (Surgery)

    Associate Director Max Super Speciality Hospital

    Laparoscopic, Robotics, Laser & General Surgeon

    Dr. Shehla Agarwal
    M.B.B.S (MAMC)
    M.D. (Dermatology)
    Consultant

    Skin Specialist

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