In 10 years or so, I went to your hospital to check for mild mixed hemorrhoids. Later, he always had a good period of time, recurred once, and had a lot of blood in the stool. I have a package and I have used medicine, but it didn't work well. It just stopped the blood in the stool, and later recurred after a while. Do I need surgery if I want a radical cure? What are the sequelae of the operation and how long will it take to heal?
There will be no sequelae for treatment in a regular anorectal hospital. Just a few days in hospital.
There are many treatments available now, let your doctor help you choose the method that suits your condition. Do not blindly pursue the so-called "minimally invasive", Shenyang Anorectal Hospital has all the minimally invasive treatment methods so far. Not all hemorrhoids are suitable for minimally invasive, and not all hemorrhoids can be treated by minimally invasive. At present, patients understand that minimally invasive surgery often refers to stapler surgery. I can tell you with certainty that stapler surgery can only treat internal hemorrhoids, especially for prolapsed internal hemorrhoids, or combined with mild varicose external hemorrhoids.
Sometimes, some doctors in some hospitals excessively exaggerate minimally invasive surgery, leaving patients confused and blindly seeking medical treatment. In fact, the treatment of hemorrhoids mainly pays attention to several points. First, the pain is not great. Most of the current treatment methods are very traumatic. The doctor wants you to have the least pain. Any doctor does not want to be so small. The problem is "lost skills"; the second is the protection of anal function, do not go to a regular hospital for "saving trouble", we can often see patients who have caused anal stenosis or anal incontinence after treatment in the outside hospital .