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Clinic for Painless Piles Treatment in India

At Fairfield, a multi-speciality clinic, we believe in managing your health conditions through a combination of minimally invasive surgeries, medicines, lifestyle changes, and dietary changes. We help you identify the best treatment approach for you.

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No Cuts / No Wounds Painless Procedures

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No Cuts / No Wounds Painless Procedures

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No Cuts / No Wounds Painless Procedures

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No Cuts / No Wounds Painless Procedures

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No Cuts / No Wounds Painless Procedures

What are Piles?

Piles are enlarged blood vessels that can be seen in and around the anus (the opening of your bottom). Piles are otherwise called haemorrhoids. Blood vessels are naturally present in your anus, and they play an important role in normal bowel movements for the excretion of faeces. Piles develop when these blood vessels become enlarged. Piles are more common in adults between 45-65 years of age. They can cause pain, discomfort, and may lead to bleeding.

Treatment of Piles

Treatment methods for piles include the following:


1. Medications

Medications such as pain killers, corticosteroids and laxatives, etc., can help control your symptoms and are useful in treating low-grade piles. These include over-the-counter (OTC) creams, ointments, and suppositories (medication that would be inserted into the rectum and will be absorbed).  Corticosteroids help in reducing redness and swelling. Painkillers help in reducing pain and discomfort. Laxatives help to reduce pressure on the lower rectum and are given to relieve constipation. 

2. Surgical Options

If piles are not relieved by medications or if your piles are of a higher grade, your doctor may suggest surgical options that may include minimally invasive procedures or surgery.


a. Minimally Invasive Procedure

In case of painful piles (haemorrhoids) and bleeding, your doctor can advise minimally invasive procedures such as rubber band ligation, sclerotherapy, and coagulation methods as modes of treatment.


Rubber Band Ligation (Banding)

During this procedure, rubber bands are placed around the base of the piles (haemorrhoids). This helps in cutting off the blood supply to the haemorrhoids. It withers and falls off within a week. This method is useful in treating piles that are below grade 4.



During this procedure, a chemical solution is injected into the haemorrhoidal tissue to make it shrink. It eventually shrivels up. It is an effective treatment method for grade 1 and grade 2 piles and is an alternative for banding.


Infrared Coagulation

This technique uses infrared light to burn the haemorrhoidal tissue. The haemorrhoids bleed and they finally harden and shrivel. This method is generally used to treat grade 2 and grade 3 haemorrhoids. A device that creates an intense beam of infrared light is usually used for this technique. This procedure can be done with other devices, such as a laser or electrical current, as well.


b. Surgical Procedures

Surgical procedures are recommended in case of large haemorrhoids that cause pain, discomfort or bleeding. These procedures include haemorrhoidectomy and haemorrhoid stapling.



This surgery can be done under local or regional anaesthesia and at times it is done under general anaesthesia as per the discretion of your surgeon. In this surgery, the excess haemorrhoidal tissue that is causing the bleeding is removed. It is the most effective way of treating severe or recurring hemorrhoids.

This procedure can have few complications such as temporary difficulty in emptying the bladder and infections in your urinary tract.  


Haemorrhoid Stapling

This method is mostly used only for the treatment of internal haemorrhoids. Here the haemorrhoids are stapled in place blocking the blood flow and finally, they shrink. This method is less painful when compared to a haemorrhoidectomy. 

Stapling holds a risk of rectal prolapse (rectum protrudes out from your anus). Other complications include urinary retention (your bladder does not empty completely), pain, and bleeding.

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