Laser Treatment for Piles


Laser Haemorrhoid Treatment is also known as Laser Treatment for Piles and is an outpatient procedure that means the patient can go home the same day.

Hemorrhoids may develop inside the rectum (internal hemorrhoids) or around the anus (external hemorrhoids). 

However, there are plenty of efficient treatment alternatives, allowing people suffering from them to get relief with home remedies and lifestyle modification.

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  • Procedure Name

    Laser Treatment for Piles

  • Surgery Type

    Minimally Invasive LASER

  • Hospitalization (in Days)

    No Hospitalization

  • Surgery Duration

    30 minutes

  • Anaesthesia

    Spinal Block / General Anaesthesia

  • Full recovery (In Days)

    3 - 4 days

What is Laser Piles of Treatment?


Hemorrhoids are generically termed as piles. They are like varicose veins, swollen veins in your anus and lower rectum. Piles can develop internally, inside the rectum, or externally under the skin, or around the anus.

While many people might derive relief from home treatments and a lifestyle change, Piles can get complex and then would need to be treated surgically.

What are the Complication of Piles?


Hemorrhoids can lead to complications like-

  • ​Thrombosed Piles (Thrombosed hemorrhoids) is a condition in which the external Piles might develop painful blood clots.
  • Internal Piles (Internal hemorrhoids) may cause a condition where they would drop through the rectum and emerge from the anus. Such Piles are painful and would require surgery.

What is Haemorrhoidectomy?


A haemorrhoidectomy is a procedure that is carried out to treat Piles that cannot be controlled by non-surgical means. Some internal Piles prolapse and cause a lot of discomforts.

The procedure is done under local, general or regional anesthesia.

How is Piles treated using Laser Treatment?


Laser Treatment for Piles is also known as Laser Haemorrhoid Surgery and is an outpatient procedure that means the patient can go home the same day.

 Under this technique, the laser beams are directed on the Piles, making them shrink. As the laser treatment directly targets the inside growth, there is a lesser chance of recurrence. 

In the laser treatment, the surgeon burns the swollen Piles. The surgeon uses a narrow beam of the laser, focussing only on hemorrhoids and preventing damage to the nearby tissues. 

Laser Treatment for Piles is a safe procedure, with minimal bleeding and faster healing.

Laser Treatment for Haemorrhoids are much in demand due to -

  • ​Less operation time
  • Better treatment precision
  • No incisions, stitches, and scars
  • Fastest recovery 
  • Less blood loss during treatment
  • No or less postoperative pain
  • Little chances of infection
  • Reduced risk of prolapse
  • Aesthetically a better procedure
  • The anal sphincter action is well taken care of and preserved, therefore, no chances of incontinence fecal leaks.
  • Minimum or no recurrence rates
  • Higher success rates

When is Laser Piles Treatment recommended?


Your surgeon is the best person to recommend what kind of treatment is ideal for you. So after a clinical examination, your doctor will recommend whether laser treatment is appropriate for you.

Laser Piles Treatment is typically recommended to patients who:

  • ​Suffer from chronic piles.
  • Have tried non-surgical means without success.
  • May suffer complications with open surgery.
  • Wish to undergo painless treatment.
  • Are at risk of prolapse or recurrence.

For faster recovery, the patient can also commence some home remedies like -

  • ​Eating a high-fiber diet.
  • Keeping yourself hydrated by drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water every day.
  • Using laxatives to ease bowel movements.
  • Altering lifestyle by reducing weight.

What is the Post Treatment Care for Laser Piles Treatment?


  • ​Refrain from strenuous activities and heavy weight lifting or pulling.
  • Some people might find comfort in sitz baths that are warm baths with salt, a couple of times a day.
  • Recovery would differ from person to person, however, a minimum of one to two weeks is ideally what it takes to recover.
  • Patients might expect minimum rectal and anal pain after Laser Treatment for Piles. Your doctor will prescribe painkillers for comfort.

What are the Complications of Laser Treatment for Piles?


If you face the following conditions post-surgery you should be immediately contacting our doctor.

  • You develop a fever.
  • If you cannot urinate.

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