The symptoms of Haemorrhoids:
- Bleeding during bowel movements.
- Streaks of bright red blood on toilet paper after one strains to have a bowel movement
- Rectal pain
The latest advancement for treatment for haemorrhoids is the stapled haemorrhoidectomy procedure which has almost entirely replaced open surgery. An experienced surgeon uses a stapling device and removes the part of the pile mass with the stapler gun thus addressing two main concerns, bleeding and prolapsed haemorrhoids. The titanium staples not only cut but also seal at the same time; therefore, minimizes bleeding & reduces post-operative pain. As no additional incision is required on the lower part of the anal canal; therefore, the patient does not need any post-operative dressings.