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Couple years ago I have piles problem, I get treatment by local Dr, now I don't have any problem but little mussel part I have to push insight after natural call every day, suggest if any treatment requires.

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Do not go for any modern surgery for Piles, after surgery your anus size can grow unnaturally, after that you can not hold or control your stool pass-out, Kshara Sutra Therapy is a unique ancient technique, which is proved to be an effective treatment of anorectal disorders. It is commonly recommended in patients suffering from Piles. According to World Health Organisation (WHO, Kshar Sutra Therapy is better than any Modern Surgery for Piles. Consult me for the treatment.
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Hello. If its not causing any problem then you do not need any treatment. Just take lots of fruits vegetables and water. Consult a good proctologist or a general surgeon if it causes any discomfort. Regards.
You seem to be having 3rd stage internal Piles. Usually surgery is advised in this stage of Piles but it is not a good choice for the reason of failure of treatment and recurrence of problem. However this problem can be completely treated without surgery by Graded Ksharsutra ligation. In this treatment; Graded Ksharsutra - a specialized medicated thread is ligtaed at the root of Pile mass. As Pile mass sheds off in a week or 10 days time period. No hospitalization or bed rest is required in this treatment. You can continue your normal routine activities as usual during this treatment. No hospitalization or bed rest is required in this treatment. For support and appointment; you may call reception at Sushruta Ano Rectal Institute.
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