Rectal varices treatment – offer
Rectal varices (or haemorrhoids) are nodules located in the anal canal as autonomous vessel structures. However, they often become the cause of various disease symptoms, which most often include: bleeding, itching, nodules falling out and sometime pain caused by formation of new clots. In every case of the disease, especially in case of bleeding, a full diagnostics of anus and rectum has to be performed, preferably by a proctologist. Unfortunately, rectum haemorrhoids treatment sometimes requires performing a surgery.
Causes of formation of rectal varices
The basic causes of inner rectal varices formation are mature age, diarrhoea, pregnancy, pelvis tumours, sitting lifestyle, frequent forcing the stool and incorrect, low-fibre diet related constipation.
Symptoms of haemorrhoids :
irritating itch of the anus,
the itch is often combined with mucosa irritation and secretion, which contributes to anus inflammation;
feeling of unfinished defecation and traces of blood on toilet paper;
nodules falling out – the patient may feel it in the anal area, subsequently the haemorrhoids reverse by themselves;
Is haemorrhoids treatment very tiresome?
Everything depends on the advancement of the disease. Ignored haemorrhoids without treatment may enter into a dangerous and painful phase.
Methods used in haemorrhoids treatment:
sclerotherapy: injecting the haemorrhoids with an agent, causing them to disappear,
Barron method: putting a rubber garter onto the basis of haemorrhoid, which causes its ischemia and falling out:
DGHL is a method consisting of closure of arteries, which conduct blood to haemorrhoids, by their ligation after localising them with proctoscope with ultrasound flow detector. This method is effective and modern.
LHP (Laser HaemorrhoidoPlasty) – this procedure consists of introducing laser fibre (length 1470) into the opening of haemorrhoid, which causes the haemorrhoid to die off.
Standard surgery (Milligan-Morgan) – this is a classical method of haemorrhoid treatment, consisting of cutting out the nodules changed by the disease, puncturing the vasc pedicle and leaving their places to heal after the removal.