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Why Piles Surgery?

The best method to treat piles is getting laser piles surgery. The procedure is practically painless and minimises the chances of recurrence. Book your piles surgery through PharmEasy to avail of extensive medical support throughout your piles treatment. Our surgeons use the latest technology to ensure a smooth and easy operation.

Reasons why you should opt for a piles surgery from PharmEasy:

  • Use of advanced laser equipment for a painless procedure.
  • One-day procedures using the least intrusive methods.
  • Painless procedure with minimal or no bleeding at all.
  • Surgical procedures that do not leave any scars on your body.
  • The recurrence rate after surgery is minimal.
  • Very few cuts and stitches.
  • Quick recovery to help you get back to your daily routine.
  • Surgeons with over 7 years of experience.

Piles Diagnosis & Treatment Options

A doctor will diagnose your symptoms before suggesting piles treatment. If you have the symptoms of external piles, a doctor will visually examine the affected area. If your symptoms indicate internal piles, you will need to get a digital rectal exam. 

A piles surgery can help in quick recovery from the ailment. It can also be a very effective and permanent solution for this condition.

Here are some surgery options your doctor might suggest:

  • Option 1 ยท Doctor Recommended

    Laser piles surgery

    Laser surgery is the least intrusive piles surgery. The surgery targets the affected areas with a precise laser beam. The laser beam seals the blood supply to the swollen blood vessels to prevent further swelling. This treatment procedure has a very high success rate, is relatively painless, causes minimal bleeding and the recovery time is minimal.

  • Option 2


    This process involves the surgical removal of haemorrhoids from the internal or external part of the anus. A precise incision is made to remove the piles and you will also require medication before and after the procedure.

  • Option 3

    Haemorrhoidal artery ligation

    This process treats piles by cutting off blood supply to the haemorrhoids. The procedure involves locating the haemorrhoids with a probe and stitching the blood supply channel. There is hardly any risk involved with this procedure.

  • Option 4

    Stapled Haemorrhoidectoplexy

    The latter section of the large intestine is stapled in this procedure. This decreases the supply of blood to the piles and thereby reduces them in size. There is minimal postoperative pain which subsides within a week. This procedure also prevents the piles from prolapsing.

What are Piles?

  • Piles Symptoms

    Listed below are some of the symptoms of piles you should keep an eye out for:

    • Anal itching Haemorrhoids can cause excessive itching around the anus especially if they occur externally.

    • Swelling Swelling (small balloon-like swelling/ swellings that can be felt in the anal region) is an indicator of haemorrhoids and it causes the anus to feel very tender.

    • Anal pain External Piles causes pain in the anal region and makes it very difficult for a person to pass stool or even sit.

    • Bleeding Blood being passed along with stools can be an indicator of internal piles.

    • Lumps near the anus Lumps on the anal surface that may seem hard or tender is a major piles symptom.

    • Slimy anal discharge A slimy discharge from the anus may stain your underwear or even be passed along with stool.

    • Sore skin on the anus Sore skin on the surface of the anus or skin sticking out after bowel movement is generally a symptom of haemorrhoids.

  • Piles Causes

    • Constipation Strained bowel movements due to constipation may put pressure on the blood vessels in the region of the anus and cause piles.

    • A low fibre diet A diet low in fibre causes strain on the movement of bowels due to harder and smaller stools

    • Prolonged Diarrhoea Passage of loose stool for a prolonged period causes strain on the anus which may cause haemorrhoids.

    • Pregnancy Pregnancy causes an enlarged uterus that may put pressure on the colon which is connected to the anus. Pressure on the anus can lead to internal piles.

    • Heavy weight lifting Heavy weight lifting or excessive strain during exercise can also be a cause of piles.

Piles (haemorrhoids) are swollen veins that may occ-ur either inside or outside your anal region. Piles occur in the lowermost part of the anus and can cause a considerable amount of pain and discomfort. When the blood vessels of the anal region get enlarged, it leads to stretching of the skin and pain. Piles that can be felt bulging out near the anal opening are termed as external haemorrhoids. On the other hand, piles that occur on the inner part of the anus cannot be felt and are termed internal haemorrhoids

Piles can affect people of any age regardless of their gender. However, haemorrhoids generally do not affect children. This condition can cause a lot of stress and difficulty in your life but the good news is it can be treated very effectively with a simple piles surgery.

Our stellar doctors

Dr. Vishal Tukaram

General Surgeon15 Years Experience

DNB - General Surgery, FCPS - General Surgery, MBBS

Dr. Ankit Poddar

General Surgeon12 Years Experience

FMAS ( Minimal Access Surgery ) , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Sameer Rambia

General Surgeon8 Years Experience

FMAS ( Minimal Access Surgery ) , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Jiten Chaudhary

General Surgeon28 Years Experience

MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Srirang Yadwadkar

General Surgeon10 Years Experience

MNAMS, FICS , FCPS, FMAS , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Susheel Dubey

General Surgeon15 Years Experience

DNB General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Abhijeet bhagul

General Surgeon22 Years Experience

FCPS , MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Gautam Nadkarni

General Surgeon24 Years Experience

MS General Surgery , MBBS

Dr. Pradeep Srihan

Laproscopic & General Surgeon21 Years Experience

MS General Surgery , MBBS

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Hear from our customers

Samruddhi LunkadMumbai
The laser procedure for piles surgery is very fast and I was provided with assistance from very experienced medical staff.
Ashish PatankarMumbai
You should put your trust in PharmEasy. My piles surgery was very successful. The EMI option is very helpful.
Yogesh DevmaneMumbai
My father, who is 72, got laser piles surgery done without any trouble. His procedure was completed within one hour and he recovered without any pain or discomfort. For the elderly, laser surgery is the best option.
Sonia VaidyaMumbai
I thank PharmEasy for taking the tension out of going for hospital procedures. They handled my piles operation successfully and even managed all paperwork procedures. The doctors even provided me with consultations after the surgery as those were included in the package.
Bhavna KhatriMumbai
I got a consultation with a great doctor whom I would not have found otherwise. Experienced doctors handled my piles operation with care as I faced a critical condition.
Vijay PrakashMumbai
The Care Expert service provided by PharmEasy is exceptional. They take care of all pre-surgery and post-surgery needs like diagnostic tests, surgery schedule, transportation and paperwork. An experienced surgeon performed the surgery and I did not feel any pain after the procedure. PharmEasy made it easy for me to get the pile's laser surgery done smoothly, and I am very grateful to them.

Frequently asked questions

  • Is surgery the only procedure for piles treatment?

    Surgery is the best procedure for piles treatment. However, your doctor can also recommend non-surgical procedures like sclerotherapy, banding and coagulation depending on your condition. A doctor may also prescribe you medication to treat the ailment.

  • What food should I consume when affected by piles?

    If you are suffering from piles you should consume a high fibre diet containing food like whole grains, broccoli, and lentils. You can also consume fruits like apples, melons and cucumbers. Improve hydration, avoid oily and spicy food.

  • Which procedure ensures minimal chances of the recurrence of piles?

    Laser piles surgery is the most successful treatment method and it minimises the chances of recurrence of the ailment

  • How long does the laser piles surgery take to be completed?

    The laser procedure takes approximately 30 minutes to be completed. PharmEasy handles pick-up and drop-off from your home when you book the laser piles surgery.

  • Can a poor diet cause piles?

    Yes. If your diet consists of fried, processed, fast food and extremely spicy food that causes difficulty in bowel movements. It can put stress on your anal region and you may develop piles. Having a low water intake may also be a cause. Diet with less fibre content can lead to chronic constipation that is a major cause of piles.

  • Will there be bleeding?

    No. There is minimal bleeding in the laser piles surgery procedure.

  • Will there be pain after the surgery?

    Piles treatment with laser piles surgery is a painless procedure.

  • Will there be a loss of continence?

    Laser surgery for piles does not involve any incisions or stitching and is very non-intrusive. Thus, there is no loss of continence.

  • What are the chances of recurrence of piles after surgery?

    The chances of recurrence of piles after laser surgery is minimal. However, there is a slight chance of recurrence observed in about 5-10% of patients. You can avoid recurrence by leading a healthy lifestyle as recommended by the doctors treating your piles.

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