Anal Stenosis Treatment in Lahore | Causes –
Prevention and Treatment
Anal stenosis is the most common kind of outflow obstruction and is typically mistaken for constipation. Anal stenosis treatment in Lahore at ZhongBa hospital helping to cure disease with herbal medicine. Doctors at ZhongBa hospital, Lahore provides the best treatment for this disease and give their best potential services in this field.
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We can treat it under local anesthetic. The symptoms are difficult pushing a firm stool through a narrowed anal canal. It comes on gradually, the patient is not aware and attributes it to “constipation”. Scar tissue narrows the anal canal, which is just under the skin of the anal margin. It is like a bone, will not allow or give or the anal canal to stretch to accommodate a large diameter stool.
Anal Stenosis Diagnosis
Anal stenosis usually causes, signs such as pain with bleeding, bowel movements, constipation, difficulty evacuating stool, and a feeling of anal discomfort. Diagnosis of anal stenosis requires evaluation with a rectal exam by an experienced provider. She or he can determine whether an anal stenosis is present and what the underlying cause is. Anal stenosis causes severe discomfort, this need to examine under anesthesia.
Anal Stenosis Treatment in Lahore
The anal stenosis treatment is very simple. In the OT or OPD, under local anesthesia, the ring of scar tissue is incised on both sides via the anal skin, which directly allows the canal to expand to its normal stretchable diameter. After the canal heals in a stretched position, the anal dilator is used. Besides Ayurvedic Healing promoting medication like Jatyadi oil is used for local application and instilled per rectally with the help of a syringe and simple rubber catheter. The anal stenosis treatment depends on the cause. Occasionally, dilation of the stenosis or stricture may improve the condition. Self-dilation techniques are helpful in office, operation theatre or at home. Alternatively, some plastic surgery with advancement flaps or rotational flaps may need to expand the surface area of the anus and avoid ongoing problems.