Hemorrhoids / hemorrhoids are increasingly found in society. Most likely this is due to the habit of eating instant food and low in fiber. This is common in developing countries like Indonesia
Patients often come for treatment when they are experiencing severe symptoms. Symptoms that are often found in hemorrhoid patients include itching and pain in the anal area, and even bleeding during defecation. If left unchecked, the lump will grow bigger and can't go back into the anus and even bleeding.
EMC Tangerang Hospital has health facilities for handling Hemorrhoids/hemorrhoids complaints that can provide expert and excellent services because they are handled by experienced doctors and a team of experts supported by modern medical support equipment, has advanced technological operating room equipment and complete physiotherapy equipment so that can provide optimal service quality.
CONDITIONS THAT WE HANDLE
- Hemorrhoids (Hemorrhoids) by Condition / Degree
1. Degree 1 (one) has not protruded from the anus.
2. Degree 2 (two) if the lump can go back on its own.
3. Degree 3 (three) if the lump protrudes from the anus, but can be put back in but often comes out.
4. Degree 4 when you can no longer enter the anus.
- Location of Hermorrhoid (Hemorrhoids)
1. Internal (inside the anus)
2. External (outside the anus)
This method uses only drugs and ointments. Apart from being safe, the cost is cheaper and of course painless because no action is taken. However, the results and effectiveness for large hemorrhoids are relatively lower.
Conventional without incision
Medical science has progressed more and more, in this method ligation and injections with sclerotherapy agents are carried out. Usually done locally and on relatively small hemorrhoids.
Conventional with an incision
This method is often used because it is cost effective and the results are good. But the level of pain and complications is still quite high.
Conventional with tools
This method is an alternative to conventional measures. Examples of tools used in this method, such as a stapler, are quite effective in reducing pain and complications.
The laser method is currently very developed and popular because of the patient's comfort level in undergoing therapy compared to the end result which is better when compared to other methods.