At Manhattan Gastroenterology, our doctors, top rated NYC gastroenterologists, and hemorrhoids specialists offer varying hemorrhoids treatment according to their severity.
What are Hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids are swollen and inflamed veins in the rectum and anus that can cause discomfort and bleeding. If you suspect hemorrhoidal disease, you should always be evaluated with a thorough consultation and examination by a physician for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan and to exclude a serious illness or condition such as colon or anal cancer. Hemorrhoids are just one of the many causes for rectal bleeding and lesions around the anus that need evaluation. Rectal bleeding can be a symptom of any type of colorectal or anal cancer, a type of cancer that can be cured if detected early.
A complete evaluation and early diagnosis by your hemorrhoid doctor are very important. Rectal bleeding can be a symptom of any type of colorectal or anal cancer, a type of cancer that can be cured if detected early.
Hemorrhoids are extremely common. By age 50, approximately half of the population has experienced signs of this health condition . You can get hemorrhoids inside your anal canal, where they’re called internal hemorrhoids or under the skin around your anus, where they’re called external hemorrhoids. If blood pools in an external hemorrhoid, it may form a clot, called a thrombus. This condition can result in severe pain and inflammation.
Hemorrhoids can be very painful. Visit our NYC hemorrhoids doctors, hemorrhoids specialists, for the best hemorrhoid treatment options including laser treatments. Emergency appointments are available at the NYC doctor’s office.
Our trained hemorrhoid doctors offer several minimally invasive and effective treatment options including infrared coagulation and hemorrhoid banding
What are the treatments we offer at Manhattan Gastroenterology?
At Manhattan Gastroenterology, our doctors are not only top-rated NYC gastroenterologists, they are also best in class hemorrhoid specialists. They offer varying hemorrhoidal disease treatments according to their severity and offer minimally invasive such as laser hemorrhoid treatments and other effective treatment options. In mild cases, topical medications and conservative treatment such as sitz baths and laxatives can help to alleviate symptoms. In other cases, IRC (Infrared Coagulation), hemorrhoid banding, or rarely, surgery can be performed to remove the hemorrhoids. A complete evaluation and diagnosis by your hemorrhoid doctor is very important for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.
When Should I See My Hemorrhoid Doctor?
You should see a hemorrhoid specialist if you feel discomfort and pain in the rectum, especially when you sit or if you notice blood when wiping. Don’t put off seeing a doctor if you notice your hemorrhoids bleeding, symptoms get drastically worse or if they start interfering with your daily activities. Seek emergency medical care immediately if you experience a large amount of rectal bleeding that is accompanied by dizziness.
What are the symptoms of hemorrhoids?
The signs and symptoms of hemorrhoids depend on the type, but the most common sign is rectal bleeding when you pass feces. Usually, the blood is not mixed in with the stool, but instead will coat the outer surface or is visible on toilet paper. The blood tends to be bright red and is also sometimes visible in the toilet.
Rectal bleeding however should always be evaluated by a physician or your local hemorrhoids treatment doctor as it can be a symptom of a serious underlying condition including cancer. Other symptoms of hemorrhoidal disease include: itching around the anus, blood on your tissue after having a bowel movement, itchy or painful lump or swelling near your anus, painful bowel movements, irritation, and pain around the anus, rectum pain while sitting and many other symptoms.
Hemorrhoids can be very painful. Visit our NYC hemorrhoids doctors, leading hemorrhoids specialists, for the best hemorrhoid treatment options. Emergency appointments are available at the NYC doctor’s office.
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55 W. 17th St, Ste 102,
New York, NY 10011
983 Park Ave, Ste 1D,
New York, NY 10028
51 East 25th Street Ste 407,
New York, NY 10010
983 Park Ave, Ste 1D, New York, NY, New York 10028, United States
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