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Bleeding Piles Treatment


Bleeding piles is a problem that can be quite uncomfortable for the person that suffers from it. Not only does the patient have to undergo physical pain, but also face the embarrassment in public in case the bleeding starts in a public place. The treatment of bleeding piles can be multi-fold and based on the one that suits your comfort; you can consult with your proctologist and decide the proper course of action.

Non-Surgical Treatments

  1. Rubber Band Ligation: This method can band up to three hemorrhoids at a time. However, complications such as pain and hemorrhage can arise as a result of this method.
  2. Infrared Coagulation: This method is primarily used in order to fixate the mucus and reduce the chances of hemorrhoid relapsing.
  3. Bipolar Diathermy: This method uses heat to cause tissue fibrosis in the hemorrhoids. While it is not widely used, it is considered to be the best treatment for bleeding piles from grade I to grade III.

Surgical Treatments

  1. Haemorrhoidectomy: This is a broad field that includes many procedures such as the Milligan-Morgan open haemorrhoidectomy. It is quite a painful procedure which is why it is conducted under anesthesia. Consult your proctologist for the complications that could arise in your case.
  2. Circular Stapled Haemorrhoidectomy: This is a procedure that mainly focuses on the surgical treatment of internal prolapsed hemorrhoids. The blood supply to the hemorrhoid is interrupted and this bleeding piles treatment is widely used and recommended by the proctologists.

If you have reservations regarding surgery, there are a number of lifestyle changes that you can make in order to reduce the symptoms of your problem. It is possible for a patient to follow a bleeding piles treatment at home by changing their diet and toilet habits. The difficult part is that everyone is set in their own lifestyle and it is hard to make a change in a habit that has been with you for as long as you can remember.



GMS Piles Relief is a new cryotherapy (cold treatment) medical device, to treat both internal and external haemorrhoids. It is easy to use, non-messy and pregnancy-safe.

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