Piles Specialist Doctor
Piles (haemorrhoids) are swellings that develop inside and around the back passage (anal canal). There is a network of small veins (blood vessels) within the lining of the anal canal. These veins sometimes become wider and engorged with more blood than usual. The engorged veins and the overlying tissue may then form into one or more swellings (piles). If you want to get rid of your piles issue in better way, consult the Dr. S. A. Khambhatti at Vardann Hospital. He is the best Piles Specialist in Kandivali
Sometimes there are no symptoms and may not realise that you have any piles. The most common symptom is bleeding after going to the toilet to pass stools . The blood is usually bright red and may be noticed on the toilet tissue, in the toilet pan or coating the stools. A pile can hang down (prolapse) and can be felt outside the back passage. Often, it is possible to pushed it back up after you have been to the toilet. However, more severe piles remain permanently prolapsed and cannot be pushed back up inside.
Small internal piles are usually painless. Larger piles may cause a mucous discharge, some pain, irritation and itch. The discharge may irritate the skin around the anus. You may have a sense of fullness in the anus, or a feeling of not fully emptying your back passage when you go to the toilet. DR.S.A.Khambhatti is Piles Specialist in Kandivali as he check the piles in a physical way.
INSTRUCTION TO PILES AND FISSURE PATIENTS
Increased fiber content of food with salad, vegetables and fruits is very essential along with increased consumption of water to prevent recurrence of the disease. Prolonged straining at the time of motion is to be avoided. Constipation is to be avoided if necessary with Isabgool. It is Very important to be careful about your food when you are a piles patient. Dr. S.A. Khambhatti as a Piles Specialist in Kandivali also suggest the piles patients to what to eat and what to not. Also visit Dr. Khambhatti at nearby location as Piles Specialist in Malad
COMPLICATION OF PILES
A possible complication of piles that hang down is that they can ‘strangulate’. This means that the blood supply to the pile has been cut off. A blood clot (thrombosis) can form within the pile. This causes really severe pain if it occurs. The pain usually reaches a peak after 48-72 hours and then gradually goes away over 7-10 days.