Have you ever experienced the discomfort, pain, or embarrassment of hemorrhoids? If so, you’re not alone. Millions of people suffer from this common condition, but many are hesitant to discuss it or seek help.Read More
Many people experience internal hemorrhoids, making it a highly prevalent medical issue. These swollen veins appear within the rectum and anus and are a common source of pain, discomfort, and bleeding.Read More
External hemorrhoid, also known as Hemorrhoidal disease, is a condition where hemorrhoid, or enlarged blood vessel, is outside the anal sphincter (rectum and anal canal). It is often known as piles and common ailments. Hemorrhoids cause swelling in the associated area but are not themselves, a medical condition.Read More
Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the anus or rectum also known as piles. They are often painful and can be caused by constipation, straining during bowel movements, and lying on the anus for too long. They can also be caused by a pregnancy, varicose veins, and other conditions.Read More
Rectal Prolapse happens when the rectum (the last part of the large intestines) slips out of the anus. It is a rare medical emergency and may create discomfort. It can happen at any age among men and women. If an individual ignores this condition for a long time, it may get worse with time.Read More
An anal fistula is a passage that begins from inside the anus and the skin close to the anus (a place where stools leave the body). They usually develop infections such as the collection of pus in the tissues that didn’t recuperate without surgery. Your doctor can fix this problem through anorectal surgery.Read More
An anal abscess is a condition in which pus forms near the anus and it is a painful condition. Many of them lead to infection from small anal glands.
Perianal abscess is the most well-known form of an abscess. At times, it develops as a painful lump that looks like swelling close to the anus. A perianal abscess may appear red in color and warm to the touch.Read More
Our bodies comprise of multiple cells. They are the basic units of our bodies. Cells grow, divide and then multiply in accordance with the body-requirements. These cells continually replace the dead ones and the whole growth, division, multiplication, and the replacement is a natural cyclical process.
A lateral internal sphincterotomy is a straightforward surgical procedure during which the sphincter is cut or extended. The sphincter is the round group of muscles encompassing the anus that are accountable for controlling bowel movements.Read More
Anorectal diagnosis and treatment involve the identification and management of conditions affecting the anus and rectum. Visual inspection, digital rectal examination, anoscopy, and colonoscopy are only a few of the diagnostic tools that are utilized by medical professionals in the process of determining the presence of anorectal disorders.Read More
Anus is the opening at the base of your intestines where stool leaves the body. Anal cancer is uncommon, yet when it happens, it might spread to different parts of the body. Some noncancerous types of anal cancer disease can likewise turn destructive after some time.Read More