Anal Polyp Treatment in Lahore | By Chinese Herbal Medication
Anal polyp or Colorectal polyps are usually found during standard screening exams of the colon and rectum (the bottom section of your colon). The anorectal department is providing treatment of Anal polyp disease. We have a team of best Chinese specialist treating disease with Chinese traditional medication.
Call us: 03360158888
They affect about 20%-30% of American adults. Polyps are abnormal growths which start in the inner lining of the rectum or colon. Certain anal polyps are flat while others have a stalk. Colorectal polyps can grow on any side of the colon. Most often, they grow on the left side of the rectum and in the colon. While the majority of polyps will not become cancerous, many types may be precancerous. Having polyps detached reduces a person’s future risk for colorectal cancer.
Symptoms of Anal Polyp
Most colorectal polyps do not cause any signs unless they are large. That is why screening for cancer polyps is so important.
Diagnosis of Polyps
The most usual test used to identify that anal polyps are a colonoscopy. During this outpatient test, you’re rectal and colon surgeon will examine your colon using a thin, long, flexible tube with a camera and a light on the end. If anal polyps are analyzed in the initial stages, they are removed at the same time. CT colonography may be used to analyze the colon indirectly.
Nevertheless, If polyps or a tumor is found during this test, follow-up colonoscopy may be required to remove or biopsy them. Many other tests used to detect polyps include a fecal occult blood testing, digital rectal exam (this tests for microscopic or invisible blood in the stool, and sigmoidoscopy and) barium enema which uses a flexible tube to inspect the sigmoid colon.
Treatment of the Colon and Rectum Polyps
Removal of anal polyp is recommended because there is no test to regulate if one will turn into cancer. Nearly all polyps can be eliminated or removed during a colonoscopy. Large polyps may require more than one polyp treatment. Rarely, many patients may require surgery for complete removal.
Prognosis after Treatment
Once a colorectal polyp is completely eliminated, it rarely comes back. Nevertheless, at least 30% of patients will develop many new polyps after removal. For this reason, your doctor will advise follow-up testing to look for new anal polyps. This is typically done 3 to 5 years after polyp removal. Taking a daily aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may reduce the risk of new polyps forming. If polyps eliminated, ask your doctor if you should take this medicine to help prevent them from coming back. Rectal and Colon surgeons are experts in the surgical and non-surgical polyp treatment of diseases of the colon, rectum, and anus.
They undergo progressive surgical training in order to treat the disease. Certified surgeons of rectal and colon have complete command in general surgery, as well as in anal polyp surgery. They have pass severe examinations conducted by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Rectal and Colon Surgery. Malignant and benign both are present in diseases of the colon, rectum, and anus they must go to complete screening checkups and undergo surgery if required.