Hemorrhoids is an increase in vascular tissue in the lower rectum and anus. This is the opening at the end of the large intestine through which the stool leaves your body. Everyone has hemorrhoids. However, they do not cause problems unless they swell. Swelling hemorrhoids can cause itching and pain around the anus, causing uncomfortable bowel movements.
The Thrombosed Hemorrhoids is the time when blood clots form in the hemorrhoid. This situation is not dangerous, but it can be very painful.
This process removes the hemorrhoid, as well as clots and blood vessels. You may have a spinal obstruction, paralyzed surgery area, or you may fall asleep under general anesthesia during this procedure. This procedure is more invasive and takes longer than external thrombectomy, but hemorrhoid is unlikely to reappear. It usually only targets the most severe hemorrhoids because it causes more pain. Side effects of this procedure include pain, urinary tract infections, and troubles in emptying the bladder.
This procedure can also be completed while sleeping under general anesthesia. The surgeon uses the stapler to put the hemorrhoids back in place and secure it there.
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