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What are Thrombosed Haemorrhoids or piles

What are Thrombosed Haemorrhoids or piles?

What are Thrombosed Haemorrhoid?

A thrombosed haemorrhoids/ piles is an inflamed vein which occurs as a result of blood clotting in the veins around rectum.

Thrombosed haemorrhoids is a part of the rectal and anal area, which creates a blockage in the blood vessels that supply blood to the tissues. It normally happens when a person is sitting for long hours and because of excessive pressure around anus.

A thrombosed haemorrhoids is one which has become swollen and painful, typically due to long periods of sitting or straining. It can also result from certain diseases and injuries where there may lead to blockages in the veins of pere anal area.

There are different types of thrombosed haemorrhoids including

  • Internally thrombosed, and
  • Externally thrombosed haemorrhoids.


What causes thrombosed haemorrhoids?

Many factors are responsible for thrombosed haemorrhoids, including.

  • Prolonged constipation
  • Prolonged sitting
  • Excessive straining while defecation
  • Retaining stool for a long time

When your doctor examines you, he/she will look for signs like redness, swelling and bruising in your anal area before they perform any tests to determine if it’s a thrombosed hemorrhoids or not.

How do you diagnose a thrombosed haemorrhoids?

Thrombosed haemorrhoids are diagnosed by clinical examination, which includes a physical examination by the general surgeon and proctologist. The physical exam will help the physician to determine if there is any damage to the rectal wall and what treatment is needed.

Thrombosed haemorrhoids are not dangerous in themselves, but they can be unsightly and uncomfortable. In most cases, bleeding from a thrombosed haemorrhoids resolves itself within 24 hours or less but pain can last from days to weeks .

Surgery for a thrombosed haemorrhoids

Haemorrhoids represent over 90% of all thrombosed masses in the rectum and are one of the most common causes for surgery.

Stapled hemorrhoidopexy

Stapled hemorrhoidopexy is a surgical technique that can be used to remove thrombosed masses from the rectum without having to remove other structures. In this procedure, an incision is made on the outside or inside edges of a thrombosed mass and it is stapled using an instrument called a “stapler.”

LASER Hemorrhoidectomy

LASER Hemorrhoidectomy is a surgical procedure that removes thrombosed hemorrhoids.

LASER Hemorrhoidectomy is considered as the most effective treatment for long-term relief of thrombosed hemorrhoids. It is performed by removing the entire visible swelling present around the anal area with the help of LASER .

Why choose Mirascare Clinic for Haemorrhoids surgery

Our medical team of general surgeons is skilled, experienced and knowledgeable enough to carry out your haemorrhoid surgery. We offer a truly personalized approach in an effort to give you the best possible outcome.

Mirascare Multispeciality Clinic is a renowned medical center based in Gurgaon offering high-quality surgical procedures at affordable prices in Delhi NCR India.

Mir Asif Rehman, is a reputed general surgeon at Mirascare Multispeciality Clinic, is one of the best surgeon and with a well-documented list of skills and experience. He offers affordable and genuine treatments for Haemorrhoids surgery and other general and laparoscopic surgical procedures. He is one of the few surgeons in India who specializes in these procedures.


Mirascare Clinic, headed by Dr. Mir Asif Rehman, dedicatedly offers all kinds of Advanced Laser, General and Laparoscopic Surgeries. We are providing all kind of Piles/Bawaseer Treatment including Stapled hemorrhoidopexy and advanced Laser Hemorrhoids Treatment, Complex fistula Surgeries, Advanced Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery, Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery (SILS) Gallbladder Treatment, Weight loss Surgery or Bariatric surgery, lipomas Treatment. We are dedicated to providing outstanding Surgical & Non-Surgical Care to patients.