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Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

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Rajinder Nagar Delhi
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Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and fin......more
Our goal is to provide a compassionate professional environment to make your experience comfortable. Our staff is friendly, knowledgable and very helpful in addressing your health and financial concerns.
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Sir Ganga Ram Hospital is known for housing experienced General Surgeons. Dr. Vijay Arora, a well-reputed General Surgeon, practices in Delhi. Visit this medical health centre for General Surgeons recommended by 40 patients.

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04:00 PM - 06:00 PM 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

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Rajinder Nagar
Delhi, Delhi - 110060
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Good evening!<br/><br/>I m Dr. Vijay Arora. I m a surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. I m the head...

Good evening!

I’m Dr. Vijay Arora. I’m a surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. I’m the head of the department of general and laparoscopic surgery.

I also run a clinic which is called the Colo-Rectal Clinic. Colon and rectum are the parts of our body related to passing stool. The commonest problem the patients come to me with related to these is constipation. I’m going to talk to you today about constipation. Everyone has felt constipated once in a lifetime but when it is a temporary phenomenon when one day or two days after fasting or after other reasons reasons of some ailment like fever you are constipated that will get relieved when you come to normal lifestyle. But when constipation is persistent then most patients come and say I have constipation. It is probably because of piles or they may be having painful defecation that means pain when passing stool and that may be the cause of constipation. So constipation with or without pain need to have evaluation. It is not alright to take over the counter treatment that I had ispaghol, I had hard, I had any other medication that somebody prescribed. When you have a chronic constipation particularly if you have pain or you need to strain to pass stool then you must have the colorectal examination conducted on you. Without examining the area of your passage where the stool comes out from the diagnosis of piles or other associated causes cannot be made. Sometimes tests are also conducted but the first examination is a clinical examination which you must do. Most of the patients feel I have piles and the piles are either bleeding not bleeding, painful not painful, but we when we examine a patient find that there may be many diseases in that area. You may be having a cut in the margin of the anal canal which is the passage, it is possibly fissures or you may actually be having piles. Sometimes the reason may be more sinister and dangerous. You may be having cancer. Without examination you tend to take certain medications without knowing whether or not they are right for constipation. Today you are told there are many medication available over the counter take this and your constipation is gone. But if it is not gone then it is imperative it is necessary that you have examination. One of the reason for constipation in females particularly is that after child birth or even just with aging. The area of the anal canal which is the passage for stool becomes tight or starts to protrude out which we called prolapse. When you have a prolapse it may not be visible to your eye, it may be only inside and can only be diagnosed by some investigation. I get patients who come to me and say I have constipation I have seen my surgeon he says you don’t have piles I don’t know why constipation is not going that is where specialized X-Ray and MRI tests are done and we can come to a diagnosis.

My suggestion to you today is do not ignore constipation or what you called piles. Have it evaluate it, have it screened as well as investigated, come to a diagnosis and get the treatment. Thank you!

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Good evening!<br/><br/>I m Dr. Vijay Arora. I m a surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. I...

Good evening!

I’m Dr. Vijay Arora. I’m a surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. I had the department of general and laparoscopic surgery at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.

I’m very happy to be talking to you today and the topic that I have selected to give this small descriptive talk is surgical diseases. You will understand that there are many types of diseases that a person may suffer from. Some of these diseases may require surgery for its treatment and cure. Very often I find people who have a problem. They do not understand what exactly the required treatment is. All problems start probably with the same symptoms. Maybe pain, now if you have pain in your tummy and the diagnosis which is formed after an investigation is that you have a stone in the gallbladder or you have acute appendicitis or you have an ulcer and you are told that these things will require surgery. Majority of the patients at that time ask “is surgery necessary? Can it be cured with medication? Can I buy some time? Can I be relieved of my pain now? Yes! All these things can be done. Sometimes it is emergency and surgery is to be done urgently. Sometimes the acute problem can be controlled. You can have a pain, you can get a painkiller and then you know you have a stone in your gallbladder and you are told you have surgery done. There are many patients who say “I know I have a stone in the gallbladder but I have never had pain. Should I have surgery done?” as long as you understand that at the first sign of symptoms pain or any other symptom related to that disease you will come. Why it is that patients do not want surgery? Because of the fear that surgery can have complications and also many people feel why should I have surgery now? It will come back again. Some things do reoccur but some things do not. And my talk this evening to you is when you are told that it is surgical disease and you require surgery for care you can plan your surgery and that planned surgery will have better results than emergency surgery. So do not land up in a situation where you have to have emergency surgery. A person who comes with pain I diagnosed appendicitis I say that okay you have the surgery done there are 2 possibilities, one the patient becomes alright with medications, never has pain again and then he says,” oh! The surgeon wants to operate because he wants to make money” but on the other hand the person whose appendicitis ruptures and then it becomes peritonitis the whole abdomen is distended and he lands up with a bigger surgery and he is told you were told you have appendicitis do not ignore it. Either of these two patients may be the category you belong to. My suggestion is do not ignore surgical treatment when your problem requires it. And you can have another opinion, you can have two people come to the same diagnosis but unfortunately today patients’ do not come to the surgeons for second opinion. They go to some other specialists who may or may try to cure you with medications.

So my suggestion to you is when it is a surgical disease get cured by surgery. Do not ignore the option of surgical treatment. Thank you!

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MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
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Good evening!

I’m Dr. Vijay Arora. I’m a surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. I had the department of general and laparoscopic surgery at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.

I’m very happy to be talking to you today and the topic that I have selected to give this small descriptive talk is surgical diseases. You will understand that there are many types of diseases that a person may suffer from. Some of these diseases may require surgery for its treatment and cure. Very often I find people who have a problem. They do not understand what exactly the required treatment is. All problems start probably with the same symptoms. Maybe pain, now if you have pain in your tummy and the diagnosis which is formed after an investigation is that you have a stone in the gallbladder or you have acute appendicitis or you have an ulcer and you are told that these things will require surgery. Majority of the patients at that time ask “is surgery necessary? Can it be cured with medication? Can I buy some time? Can I be relieved of my pain now? Yes! All these things can be done. Sometimes it is emergency and surgery is to be done urgently. Sometimes the acute problem can be controlled. You can have a pain, you can get a painkiller and then you know you have a stone in your gallbladder and you are told you have surgery done. There are many patients who say “I know I have a stone in the gallbladder but I have never had pain. Should I have surgery done?” as long as you understand that at the first sign of symptoms pain or any other symptom related to that disease you will come. Why it is that patients do not want surgery? Because of the fear that surgery can have complications and also many people feel why should I have surgery now? It will come back again. Some things do reoccur but some things do not. And my talk this evening to you is when you are told that it is surgical disease and you require surgery for care you can plan your surgery and that planned surgery will have better results than emergency surgery. So do not land up in a situation where you have to have emergency surgery. A person who comes with pain I diagnosed appendicitis I say that okay you have the surgery done there are 2 possibilities, one the patient becomes alright with medications, never has pain again and then he says,” oh! The surgeon wants to operate because he wants to make money” but on the other hand the person whose appendicitis ruptures and then it becomes peritonitis the whole abdomen is distended and he lands up with a bigger surgery and he is told you were told you have appendicitis do not ignore it. Either of these two patients may be the category you belong to. My suggestion is do not ignore surgical treatment when your problem requires it. And you can have another opinion, you can have two people come to the same diagnosis but unfortunately today patients’ do not come to the surgeons for second opinion. They go to some other specialists who may or may try to cure you with medications.

So my suggestion to you is when it is a surgical disease get cured by surgery. Do not ignore the option of surgical treatment. Thank you!

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Risk Factors Of Chronic Functional Constipation

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
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Good evening!

I’m Dr. Vijay Arora. I’m a surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. I’m the head of the department of general and laparoscopic surgery.

I also run a clinic which is called the Colo-Rectal Clinic. Colon and rectum are the parts of our body related to passing stool. The commonest problem the patients come to me with related to these is constipation. I’m going to talk to you today about constipation. Everyone has felt constipated once in a lifetime but when it is a temporary phenomenon when one day or two days after fasting or after other reasons reasons of some ailment like fever you are constipated that will get relieved when you come to normal lifestyle. But when constipation is persistent then most patients come and say I have constipation. It is probably because of piles or they may be having painful defecation that means pain when passing stool and that may be the cause of constipation. So constipation with or without pain need to have evaluation. It is not alright to take over the counter treatment that I had ispaghol, I had hard, I had any other medication that somebody prescribed. When you have a chronic constipation particularly if you have pain or you need to strain to pass stool then you must have the colorectal examination conducted on you. Without examining the area of your passage where the stool comes out from the diagnosis of piles or other associated causes cannot be made. Sometimes tests are also conducted but the first examination is a clinical examination which you must do. Most of the patients feel I have piles and the piles are either bleeding not bleeding, painful not painful, but we when we examine a patient find that there may be many diseases in that area. You may be having a cut in the margin of the anal canal which is the passage, it is possibly fissures or you may actually be having piles. Sometimes the reason may be more sinister and dangerous. You may be having cancer. Without examination you tend to take certain medications without knowing whether or not they are right for constipation. Today you are told there are many medication available over the counter take this and your constipation is gone. But if it is not gone then it is imperative it is necessary that you have examination. One of the reason for constipation in females particularly is that after child birth or even just with aging. The area of the anal canal which is the passage for stool becomes tight or starts to protrude out which we called prolapse. When you have a prolapse it may not be visible to your eye, it may be only inside and can only be diagnosed by some investigation. I get patients who come to me and say I have constipation I have seen my surgeon he says you don’t have piles I don’t know why constipation is not going that is where specialized X-Ray and MRI tests are done and we can come to a diagnosis.

My suggestion to you today is do not ignore constipation or what you called piles. Have it evaluate it, have it screened as well as investigated, come to a diagnosis and get the treatment. Thank you!

2426 people found this helpful

There is 3-4 cyst in left breast of my wife for 4 to 5 years can you tell me what it may be?

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Cysts in the breast is small accumulative liquid in the tissue. Usually there are no symptoms but pain and swelling may occur. You should see a surgeon with the ultrasound of brest and have a diagnosis made and advice followed.
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Hi From past 2 weeks, I am having swelling in my anus and little pain also. Sometimes little blood is also coming when I am going to toilet. Can you help me what is this problem and provide me the solution. Thanks.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Pain and swelling is often due to piles and fissure. Diet changes, avoiding spices, increasing green veggies and water intake can help. If not, have it examined by a surgeon.
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Hello I have a shameful problem. I have a big painful sometimes itchy lump on the hole of my ass, I don't know what it is or what to do about it. It's just 1 lump on 1 place, not around the whole it look more dark and red. Its thick round and big. What could it be and what can I do about it?

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Most lumps at anal opening are due to piles. However other diseases like abscess or even cancer can present like a lump and you should have it examined. Dont feel shame as treatment is more important.
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I have noticed a mass lump near my anus. It is soft and doesn't hurt. I thought it could be piles, but I haven't noticed blood in stool. What could be the problem?

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
A soft painless lump near anus may be piles but if it is a little distance from the opening, then other reasons may be there. Dont wait for bleeding to start. Get a diagnosis by physical exam.
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Sometimes blood coming in my stool, but there is no pain. No sign of piles also. Please suggest.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
Sometimes the piles are internal and not visible outside. You need to have an internal exam, to find the cause.
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I am 21 years old. I have irritation in my rectum area. I have seen blood in my stool. What should I do? Please help me.

MS - General Surgery, MBBS
General Surgeon, Delhi
From your symptoms at your age, the possibility of piles is there. While general precautions like taking enough water, healthy foods and avoiding constipation should help, an examination of the area will define the problem and suitable treatment can be done.
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