Dr Himanshu Yadav is best haemorrhoids (Piles) or bawaseer surgeon in Agra, who can treat all type of piles or bawaseer. Piles are collections of tissue and vein that become inflamed and swollen. The size of piles can vary, and they are found inside or outside the anus. Piles (bawaseer) occur due to chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea, lifting heavy weights, pregnancy, or straining when passing a stool. A doctor can usually diagnose piles on examination. Haemorrhoids are graded on a scale from I to IV. At grades III or IV, surgery may be necessary.
Grade I:- are small inflammations, usually inside the lining of the anus. They are not visible.
Grade II: - Grade II piles are larger than grade I piles (bawaseer), but also remain inside the anus. They may get pushed out during the passing of stool, but they will return unaided.
Grade III: - These are also known as prolapsed haemorrhoids (bawaseer), and appear outside the anus. The individual may feel them hanging from the rectum, but they can be easily re-inserted.
Grade IV: - These cannot be pushed back in and need treatment. They are large and remain outside of the anus.
Haemorrhoids (piles or bawaseer) often clear up by itself after a few days. But there are many treatments that can reduce itching and discomfort. Making simple dietary changes and not straining on the toilet are often recommended first. Non-surgical treatments for haemorrhoids in the lower part of the canal are likely to be very painful, as the nerves in this area can detect pain. In these cases, haemorrhoid surgery is usually be recommended to patients. The treatments for haemorrhoids are listed below
Non-surgical Treatments of Piles/ Bawaseer:If dietary changes and medication don't improve your symptoms, you may be referred to a specialist. They can confirm whether you have haemorrhoids and recommend appropriate treatment. If you have haemorrhoids in the upper part of your anal canal, non-surgical procedures such as banding and sclerotherapy may be recommended.
Banding of Haemorrhoids (Piles or Bawaseer): Banding involves placing a very tight elastic band around the base of your haemorrhoids to cut off their blood supply. The haemorrhoids should then fall off within about a week of having the treatment. Banding is usually a day procedure that doesn't need an anaesthetic, and most people can get back to their normal activities the next day.
Injections (sclerotherapy): A treatment called sclerotherapy may be used as an alternative to banding. During sclerotherapy, a chemical solution is injected into the blood vessels in your back passage. You should avoid strenuous exercise for the rest of the day after having the injection. You may experience minor pain for a while and may bleed a little. You should be able to resume normal activities, including work, the day after the procedure.
IElectrotherapy of Haemorrhoids (Piles or Bawaseer): Electrotherapy, also known as electrocoagulation, is another alternative to banding for people with smaller haemorrhoids. During the procedure, a device called a proctoscope is inserted into the anus to locate the haemorrhoid. An electric current is then passed through a small metal probe placed at the base of the haemorrhoid, above the dentate line. Patient may experience some mild pain during or after electrotherapy, but in most cases this doesn't last long.
Surgery of Haemorrhoids (Piles or Bawaseer): Dr Himanshu Yadav is best surgeon for piles or bawaseer in Agra. Although most haemorrhoids can be treated using the methods described above, around 1 in every 10 people will eventually need surgery. Surgery is particularly useful for haemorrhoids that have developed below the dentate line, unlike non-surgical treatments, anaesthetic is used to ensure you don't feel any pain. There are many different types of surgery that can be used to treat haemorrhoids, but they all usually involve either removing the haemorrhoids or reducing their blood supply, causing them to shrink.
Colon Cancer Treatment:
Colon cancer is cancer of the large intestine (colon), which is the final part of your digestive tract. Most cases of colon cancer begin as small, noncancerous (benign) clumps of cells called adenomatous polyps. Over time some of these polyps can become colon cancers. Polyps may be small and produce few, if any, symptoms. For this reason, doctors recommend regular screening tests to help prevent colon cancer by identifying and removing polyps before they turn into cancer.
Symptoms of Colon Cancer There are often no symptoms in the earliest stages, but symptoms may develop as the cancer advances, they include- Diarrhea or constipation, changes in stool consistency, loose and narrow stools, rectal bleeding or blood in the stool, abdominal pain, cramps, bloating, or gas, pain during bowel movements, continual urges to defecate, weakness and fatigue, unexplained weight loss, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), iron deficiency anemia.
Treatment of Colon Cancer: Treatment will depend on the type and stage of the cancer, and the age, health status, and other characteristics of the patient. There is no single treatment for any cancer, but the most common options for colon cancer are surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Treatments seek to remove the cancer and relieve any painful symptoms.
Surgery of Colon Cancer: Dr Himanshu is best Colon Cancer Surgeon in Agra. Surgery done to remove part or all of the colon is called a colectomy. The surgeon removes all the part of the colon containing the cancer and the surrounding area. Nearby lymph nodes are also removed. The healthy portion of the colon will either be reattached to the rectum or attached to a stoma depending on the extent of the colectomy. A stoma is an opening made in the wall of the abdomen. Waste will pass into a bag, removing the need for the lower part of the colon. This is called a colostomy. Some small, localized cancers can be removed using endoscopy. Laparoscopic surgery, using several small incisions in the abdomen, may be an option to remove larger polyps. Palliative surgery may relieve symptoms in cases of untreatable or advanced cancers. The aim is to relieve any blockage of the colon and manage pain, bleeding, and other symptoms.
Chemotherapy of Colon Cancer: Chemotherapy administers chemicals that interfere with the cell division process by damaging proteins or DNA in order to damage and kill cancer cells. These treatments target any rapidly dividing cells, including healthy ones. The healthy cells can usually recover from any chemically-induced damage, but cancer cells cannot. Chemotherapy is generally used to treat cancer that has spread because the medicines travel through the whole body. Treatment occurs in cycles, so the body has time to heal between doses.
Radiation Therapy for Colon Cancer: Radiation treatment damages and kills cancer cells by focusing high-energy gamma-rays on them. Radioactive gamma-rays are emitted from metals such as radium, or from high-energy x-rays. Radiotherapy can be used as a standalone treatment to shrink a tumor or destroy cancer cells, or alongside other cancer treatments.