Capsule endoscopy is a procedure that uses a tiny wireless camera to take pictures of your digestive tract. This helps in diagnosis of GI problems such as esophageal cancer. Capsule endoscopy is effective in screening of colon for polyps and helps to evaluate the muscular tube that connects the mouth and stomach (esophagus) to detect abnormal and enlarged veins (varices). Capsule endoscopy during piles helps to detect the actual cause of bleeding (whether it is due to piles or not).
The image shows internal and external hemorrhoids according to their stages and surgical procedures for treating them. The treatment of piles varies for internal and external piles. For internal hemorrhoids, rubber band ligation, sclerotherapy, coagulation techniques using laser or infrared light or heat, etc. The common surgical procedures for the treatment for external piles include a hemorrhoidectomy (hemorrhoid removal) and hemorrhoid stapling (hemorrhoidopexy). Grade one, and two, of haemorrhoid may be treated with internal medicine whereas grade three is severe and surgical procedures are recommended for treatment.
Problems with the anus are quite common. They include such as hemorrhoids, abscesses, fissures (cracks), and anal cancer. It may be embarrassing to talk about these troubles. But it is important to speak to your doctor if you notice any symptoms of these problems, particularly, when you have pain or bleeding.
You should put your foot on small benches while sitting on toilet to relax muscles and straighten the rectum. One major factor that causes hemorrhoids is poor diet and lifestyle choices. Improving your bathroom posture can be the key to treat and prevent not only hemorrhoids but any digestion-related (intestine-related) problem.
This is a common posture while sitting on toilet seat. It causes discomfort at the rectum. A small change in your bathroom posture can be the key to manage and/or prevent conditions such as hemorrhoids, constipation, and other intestine-related problems.