If you are suffering from prolapsed hemmorhoids, there is a new treatment called Procedure for Prolapsed Hemorrhoid or PPH for short. Traditional hemorrhoid surgery usually requires a stay in the hospital and results are mixed. Many people report that even after surgery their hemorrhoids returned. That seems like a waste of time and money and many say that the pain is excruciating.
The new treatment or PPH involves lifting of the tissue in the anal canal and holding it in place which is supposed to reduce blood flow to the hemorrhoids causing them to shrink and eventually heal. PPH is reported to be an outpatient procedure allowing you to recover at home. Initial reports indicate a high success rate. If you want to get rid of hemorrhoids without going through a medical procedure, there are several very effective herbal treatments for hemorrhoids available today.
Hemorrhoid surgery can be accomplished using several different methods. Internal hemorrhoids can be treated by banding. This is accomplished by placing a tight rubber band around the base of the hemorrhoid which cuts off the blood flow. It requires more than one visit to the doctors office but is usually painless and does not require anesthesia. Another way that hemorrhoids can be removed surgically is to inject them with a special material which causes them to shrink and stop bleeding. This is known as sclerotherapy. Freezing the hemorrhoids with liquid nitrogen is yet another method that has been used to remove them. Lasers have also been used to shrink hemorrhoid tissue.
Regardless of the exact method that you use to rid yourself of these pesky devils, there are some risks that accompany any surgical procedure.
*Bleeding – Uncontrolled bleeding could actually require further surgery
*Infections – skin infections are the most likely
*Reactions to the Anesthesia – These include strokes, pneumonia and blood clots in the legs
*excruciating pain – Recovery time varies but can last as long as two weeks after the procedure
If you suffer from hemorrhoids be sure to consult with your doctor before deciding on a course of treatment.