Treatment for Piles that is both advanced and painless

Modern Daycare Piles Treatment is Painless and Helps Patients Heal More Quickly. Visit LFG Cares for a Laser-Assisted Procedure to Permanently Cure Piles. A surgeon uses laser technology to execute the best-in-class operation.

What is Piles?

Hemorrhoids are another name for piles. The anal area has a collection of blood arteries, veins, muscles, elastic fibres, and inflammatory tissues. Regardless of age or gender, anyone can be impacted by various sorts of piles such as grade-1, 2, 3, and 4. Excessive pressure in the lower body can also lead to piles in pregnant women. People with a poor diet [low fibre foods], an unclean lifestyle, and dirty bathroom habits are more likely to develop piles/hemorrhoids.

Many people are confused about the differences between piles, fissures, and fistulas, as well as other rectal issues. As a result, we urge that you see with one of our top proctologists to determine which form of anal disease you have.


Chronic constipation

Chronic diarrhoea

Lifting heavy weights


Straining too much while bowel movement


Excessive Bleeding

Minimal Anal pain

Painful bowel movements

Swelling & Itching

Discomfort while sitting


A visual examination known as a rectal digital exam is used to diagnose piles or haemorrhoids. The doctors check the severity of the problem by inserting a gloved, lubricated finger inside the rectum during the examination. An anoscope, proctoscope, and sigmoidoscope are used to diagnose piles at various times. These tests may aid the doctor in determining the severity of the condition and whether or not colorectal cancer is a possibility.

Hemorrhoidectomy is the surgical operation used to treat haemorrhoids. This method involves either open or laser surgery to remove the hemorrhoid. Anesthesia will be used to numb the region before the surgeon makes an incision in the anal tissue around the hemorrhoid. During the procedure, the bulging vein inside the hemorrhoid is removed, and the surgical hole is either sewed closed or left exposed to recover.


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No, piles [hemorrhoids] and fissures are two different types of anorectal diseases. Piles is a condition where you can suffer from pain, swelling, and itching in the anal area due to a cluster of inflamed veins, blood vessels, and muscle tissues. Fissures are small cuts in the lining of the anal cavity. However, a person can develop both piles and fissures. We suggest you consult experienced proctologists once you notice any symptoms like pain, swelling, itching, and blood leakage from the anal region.

No, piles or hemorrhoids do not cause or lead to cancer. If you think you have cancer because of symptoms like bulge or swelling in the anal area or blood in the stools and toilet paper, it is not. These symptoms are primary indicators of piles. In case you have piles, we recommend you to visit Pristyn Care, where you can get consulted by top piles specialists at an affordable cost. We do provide the safest laser piles treatment with no or minimal risks and complications.

Yes, piles can be painful. As a result of internal or external piles, you can suffer from moderate to severe pain while walking, sitting, running, and during bowel movements [passing stools]. To avoid the pain, you can take medications like painkillers and analgesics as prescribed by your piles doctor. However, our piles specialists can recommend laser piles treatment in case you are suffering from chronic pain due to severe piles.

As said, any individual can develop piles regardless of age and sex. However, below-mentioned people are more susceptible to developing piles.

  • People who eat less fiber diet
  • People with poor washroom habits
  • People who follow an unhygienic lifestyle
  • People who strain excessively to pass the stools or bowel movement
  • People who are obese or overweight
  • Pregnant women [due to excessive pressure in the lower body]
  • People sit for prolonged hours

  • Yes, it is safe to undergo laser pile surgery because it:
  • doesn’t involve any cuts or incisions
  • has greater surgical precision
  • involves less pain
  • involves minimal or no bleeding
  • doesn’t result in scarring
  • involves less pain or discomfort after the surgery
  • has a high success rate
  • doesn’t affect the functions of anal sphincter muscles

At LFG Cares, you can avail the best and most effective laser piles treatment at an affordable cost from well-experienced piles specialists.

Are you planning to undergo an open piles surgery? If so, have a look at the risks that can be caused by it.

  • Mild to severe pain after the surgery
  • High chances of risk of infection
  • Can damage the kidney
  • Increased risk of formation of the blood clot
  • Allergic reaction to the anesthesia used for the surgery [rare cases]

To avoid all these risks, we recommend piles laser treatment. To know more about the piles treatment with laser, book an appointment with piles specialists at LFG Cares.

When you are suffering from piles, we advise you not to take the following foods:

  • fried and spicy foods
  • white bread
  • bagels
  • milk
  • cheese and other dairy products
  • read meat
  • processed foods such as frozen meals and fast food

To know more about what to eat and what not to eat in piles, consult our piles doctors.

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