Piles are very commonly seen in nowadays. Women are suffering more than men. Piles are the enlarged surrounding vessel of the anus. Piles are also known as Hemorrhoids/bawaseer. A person who is suffering from piles mostly has the problem of itching, pain during motion, bleeding per rectum & prolapsed mass during defecation. Piles divided into two categories according to location:


Types of Piles



  • Inside the rectum.
  • Comes out in late stage.
  • Bleeding per rectum episode.


  • Outside the rectum.
  • Visually seen.
  • More painful and Discomfort.

Stages of Piles

Internal piles divided into 4 stage or grade. Each grade has different symptoms.

Stage 1


  • Heaviness in the Anal region.
  • Occasionally bleeding.
  • Mild itching & discomfort.

Stage 2


  • Bleeding per rectum.
  • Bigger in size.
  • Protrusion inside the anal region.

Stage 3


  • Also known as prolapsed piles.
  • Comes out during motion.
  • Need manual adjustment after motion.

Stage 4


  • Emergencies conditions.
  • Severally painful.
  • Piles stuck outside.
  • More chances of thrombosis strangulation.

Symptoms of piles:

  • Bleeding.
  • Pain occurs during the passing of a stool.
  • Itching perianal region.
  • Pain during motion.
  • Burning & Pricking sensation.
  • Feeling of heaviness.
  • Prolapsing mass in late stage.

Surgery for piles/Hemorrhoids.

Starting grade 1 & 2 can conservatively treat sometimes late Grade 2 Hemorrhoids need surgical intervention.

CBLM holy family hospital has the combination of Ayurveda & allopathic medicines which is used for the treatment of bleeding & non-bleeding piles.

1. Haemorrhoidectomy: (traditional operation)

It is the traditional method for piles removal with the help of cautery & other instruments. This operation is done in spinal anesthesia. This method or surgery is painless and required less hospital stay. Mild itching and discomfort after surgery. CBLM holy family hospital provides cheap price and best results to our patients.

2 Stapled Hemorrhoidectomy (fissure)

Stapled hemorrhoidectomy is a misnomer since the surgery does not remove the hemorrhoids but, rather, the abnormally lax and expanded hemorrhoidal supporting tissue that has allowed the hemorrhoids to prolapse downward. The hemorrhoidal cushions are pulled back up into their normal position within the anal canal.