|Hemorrhoids (Piles) Treatment||
How are haemorrhoids treated?
As a general rule:
Grade I haemorrhoids require medication only, but
Grades II to IV are best treated with surgery.
Common methods of treating protruding haemorrhoids involve:
tying them to cut off their blood supply (called ligation), or removing them completely.
The choice usually depends on their size. Depending on which method is used, the wounds are then left open to heal or stitched closed. In either case, their highly sensitive location means these wounds can be extremely painful for the patient. They may result in hospital stays of anywhere from three to ten days, and as long as four weeks’ time off work. Because treatment and the consequences are often extremely uncomfortable, many patients previously preferred to live with the problem rather than see their doctor.
What’s the alternative?
Stopiles™ Clinic offers a patient friendly, safe, fast and effective relief for all grades of hemorrhoids.
The Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation and Recto Anal Repair Systems (HAL-RAR) – the virtually pain-free method for handling hemorrhoids.
Advantages of HAL and RAR
Since the introduction of these minimally-invasive methods, many tens of thousands of patients have been treated with them and excellent results achieved in terms of effectiveness, patient-friendliness and safety.
- Treatment of the three main symptoms – bleeding, itching and pain – with HAL
- Treatment of the prolapse with RAR
- Minimal pain
- Quick recovery
Furthermore, the procedure can be tailored to suit each individual patient.