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Anesthesia for piles



Hemorrhoid surgery can be done under general anaesthesia or spinal anesthesia or caudal anaesthesia.

During general anesthesia the patient is usually unconscious and not aware of the surroundings.

During a spinal or caudal injection, an anesthetic, which numbs the back and buttock region, is injected into the spinal canal. The patient may be aware of what is happening and hear others talking as well, but he does not feel the pain.

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Diptee 

Thanks for sharing the information about the diagnosis and surgical treatment for piles.It will be helpful to those who are suffering from this.Nice blog

drashwinporwal 

Thanks for Nice informative post. Piles will affect one in two of us. We at healing Hands Clinic provide treatment for Piles. A painless surgery for piles helps to get guaranteed relief from piles. We are specializes in STAPLER Surgery, which cures Piles permanently and assures least recurrence possibility.

rk2011 

Hello jassy, can you please tell me that how can I treat haemorroid without surgery.

harmony 

Lazer surgery is very good.....just 10-15 mins from 2.30 pm to 2.55 pm i was back in my room and walking talking on mobile...no pains...just little disconmfort...came home at 9.30 pm....its cool and fast.

jassykochhar 

hi all

there is no need of surgery for piles/hemmohiods,it is complely cureble with an oral herbal medicine.

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