Treat Piles Quickly, Safely, Painlessly & With No Downtime

What Are Piles or Haemorrhoids?

Piles or haemorrhoids are rarely a matter of life or death, but they can make some people’s lives seem unbearable due to the symptoms of pain, itching, swelling, bleeding and protrusions.

Symptomatic haemorrhoids are one of the most common complaints a physician evaluates.

The problem is undiscriminating; it can occur in both men and women of any age. Often, people who have haemorrhoids without symptoms for many years may suddenly get problems with it.

Most people self medicate first when they have symptoms. However, patients who have haemorrhoids that don’t respond to self-care measures should consult a physician, especially when it is bleeding or there is a lump. This is because though most of these symptoms are due to haemorrhoids, some cancers can have similar symptoms. Seeing a doctor would help to rule out the possibility of cancer.

Haemorrhoids may be a sensitive subject for most people, but it no longer has to be a painful one. There are now new techniques that can be performed in the privacy of a physician’s office, curing the condition quickly, safely, painlessly, and with no downtime.

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Symptoms of Piles

There are many people with hemorrhoids without any symptoms and are not even aware that they have haemorrhoids. The symptoms also do not correspond well with the stage of the haemorrhoids. Some of the symptoms such as itching, bleeding or pain may be due to other conditions and not necessarily due to haemorrhoids. For example, bleeding may be due to colon cancer and pain may be due to anal fissure (tear).

types of piles

Types of Piles

They can be divided into internal or external, depending on the location where they start. External haemorrhoids or piles develop at the outer part of the anus. It usually manifestx itself when it forms a blood clot within, resulting in a painful swelling. The external feels like a hard, sensitive lump. Bleeding occurs only if the overlying skin ruptures. Internal piles starts from the upper part of the anal canal.

treatment options for piles

Treatment Options

For first or second degree, symptoms can be relieved by reducing straining during bowel movement. This could mean taking more fluids or laxatives. Oral medication or suppositories may be given by your doctor to relieve the symptoms.

surgical risks for piles

Surgical Risks

Although the risk of serious problems is small, complications can occasionally occur after haemorrhoid surgery.

post surgery care for piles

After Care

You can expect rectal and anal pain after having hemorrhoid surgery. Your doctor will probably prescribe a painkiller to ease the discomfort.

Our Clinic's Expertise In Piles Treatment

  • Personalised Approach
  • Experienced Colorectal Surgeon
  • More Than 15 Years’ Experience
  • Advanced & Painless Techniques
  • Quicker Recovery & Less Discomfort


Our clinic is on the insurance panels of Great Eastern, AIA and NTUC Income, so patients can benefit from more affordable care. We also accept most policies from other insurers.

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