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Hemorrhoids Banding

Hemorrhoid Removal

It sounds so permanent, doesn’t it? Hemorrhoid removal. It is also known as hemorrhoidectomy. At least, that is the severe way to do it. Usually, most people opt for any other route possible before moving onto a hemorrhoidectomy. This is because it is rather painful and invasive, not to mention, expensive.

Quite frankly, because of the location of your problem, any type of hemorrhoid removal process is going to be embarrassing and invasive. Some are more so than others, however. One of the more common hemorrhoid procedures is called banding it.

Banding is a hemorrhoid removal procedure in which an elastic band is wrapped around the base of a hemorrhoid. This causes your problem to shrink while allowing your tissues to heal at the same time. This hemorrhoid removal process takes anywhere from two to four procedures. This is not your only alternative for surgical hemorrhoid removal, however.

Staples is a newer alternative process. It is also known as stapled hemorrhoidopexy. This type of hemorrhoid removal process is used for treating bleeding or prolapsed internal hemorrhoids. This is more painful than the banding method, however, it only needs to be done once. No matter what, because of the embarrassment, pain and expense involved, all of these medical procedures are usually used as a last resort.

The best way to go about hemorrhoid removal is to heal your problem internally. By simply removing your hemorrhoid, you will not be fixing the internal problem. This is why many, many hemorrhoid sufferers end up with the same problems after they have had surgical hemorrhoid removal procedure.

Sadly, many people resort to hemorrhoid removal procedures because everything else they have tried has failed. Usually, though, the other remedies they have tried have been topical applications. These, like the surgeries, again only focus on the outside. If you are merely attacking the symptoms, you will continue with your problem. You need, instead, a remedy that heals your hemorrhoids from the inside out.

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Hemorrhoids Banding

hemorrhoid-bandingWow. My knowledge of this uncomfortable ailment has increased daily. Learning about hemorrhoids banding is pretty much the most graphic education I have had on this subject to date. Frankly, it’s amazing to think that such a procedure exists. You’ll understand as I explain more about what hemorrhoids banding is below.

As you probably have learned by now, a hemorrhoid is a swollen vein in the lower rectum and anus. These are caused by an overload of pressure in that region. This extreme amount of pressure can be attributed to straining when having a bowel movement, poor posture when sitting or carrying heavy objects, constipation, and even pregnancy. The most common form of a hemorrhoid is an internal hemorrhoid. Very few actually need the procedure of hemorrhoids banding.

The few that do need to undergo hemorrhoids banding usually have a hemorrhoid that has clots forming in the vein tissue. This stretches and loosens the vein tissue even more, to the point where it can fall from the anus during a bowel movement. Not to mention, much more pain is endured as well. Once someone reaches this point, they usually opt for hemorrhoids banding.

Hemorrhoids banding is not quite considered an operation. It is performed by your health care professional, however. Generally, true to its name, hemorrhoids banding is where your doctor will put a rubber band (or similar substance) around the excess tissue of your stretched vein. They do this so that the excess part of your vein will shrivel and fall off, so that your body can start to heal itself.

Hemorrhoids banding is only necessary when your vein develops a clot or has stretched to the point where it is hanging outside of your anus. It’s fair to say that by the time you have reached the need for hemorrhoids banding, there is not much else that can be done. To avoid such an uncomfortable and even embarrassing procedure, be sure to take action to heal your hemorrhoid right away.