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We are the best in piles and fistula treatments in Thrissur. Piles are enlarged or engorged blood vessel(s) of the anus often feared as tumours of the anus. Called haemorrhoids in medical terminology, Piles are not tumourous or dangerous. It is the dilatation (varicosity) of the haemorrhoidal plexus (veins of anus). It appears as bluish or purple coloured swellings due to stagnated blood. Piles may cause symptoms like bleeding, itching, pain and lump feeling in the anus.

Varicosity often affects blood vessels, when there is obstruction or resistance/ sluggish or reduced or back flow of blood etc. Pregnant women or policemen or in people whose job/habit is to stand continuously for a prolonged period suffer from varicosity. Veins of the legs are most commonly affected with this ailment as it is the most dependent part of the body, where the gravitational force constantly gives pressure with stagnation. The next common spot of varicosity is the anus since it has a cluster of loosely supported blood vessels anastamosing (joining) systemic & portal (liver) circulation. These blood vessels have no valves to avoid back flow and therefore are more prone to varicosity.

In patient friendly, family oriented environment, the Hospital for piles provides comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services to inpatients and outpatients and Digital Rectal Scanning for the first time in India. It now caters to the needs of a population well beyond the limits of India, and offers modern health care within the reach of common man..

The hospital's top priority is the provision of quality medical care with the best possible outcome delivered in a safe, confidential and patient responsive environment. Hospital for Piles is committed to excellence in scientific health care provided with human dignity and compassion delivered in a comfortable setting which is conducive for healing of the body and the mind.

  • Surgery for piles

  • Surgery is not recommended unless absolutely necessary. Some post-surgery pain will be there but due to the new techniques available in modern surgery, the pain has been reduced.

  • Alternative for conventional operation

  • MIPH (Minimally Invasive Procedure) is a new procedure used for successfully treating Piles nowadays. The surgery can also be performed as day surgery under a very short general anesthetic (even under a regional anesthetic under certain conditions) and patients may go home the same day. Patients who have undergone MIPH report that their postoperative pain levels are very low, and say they are able to resume normal activities within very few days of going home.

  • Hospital stay

  • Depending on your surgeon's decision it is also possible that you may be admitted as a day case and be able to go home the same day of your operation.

  • After the operation Slight discomfort in

  • The anal area may be felt. 80% of patients, will be able to resume normal daily activities almost immediately. A few patients may have discomfort for 3-4 days

  • Stapler ablation, Fistula and Hernia