Anal Bleeding Laser Treatment Advantages


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No anaesthesia  and no side effects related to anaesthesia (Only Simple Local Anesthesia)

Since there is no surgery, there is no need for pre-treatment tests or analysis, and hunger or satiety does not interfere with treatment.

No incisions and stitches.

Since tissues are not damaged, healing is rapid.

They are able to return to their daily activities on same day as treatment.

It does not require a hospital stay as it is as comfortable and quick as tooth fillings.

Less pain after non-surgical laser treatment.

Complications after the treatment are not normally observed. (stool or gas incontinence, severe pain…)

It can also be applied to patients with chronic diseases.

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We treat patients who have been scheduled for surgery with non-surgical laser techniques using our 17 years of experience and expertise.

We follow all relevant information and developments in the field of proctology from domestic and foreign sources, and also apply our unique special treatment technology with innovative developments in this area.

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    Why Does Bleeding Occur From The Rectal Area?

    Bleeding from the anus in medical parlance is called rectal bleeding. Rectal bleeding can develop due to diseases of the anus and its surroundings, that is, diseases of the perianal region, or diseases emanating from the lower gastrointestinal tract. Bleeding from the rectal area is the cause that causes a change in eating and toilet habits and reduces the quality of life of the patient.

    Bleeding from the rectum can be a sign of many diseases. Bleeding from the anus may be due to the presence of hemorrhoids or anal fissures, and may also be a harbinger of serious health problems such as rectal cancer. The intensity of bleeding varies depending on the causes of bleeding.

    Bleeding can be profuse, visible in the toilet during a bowel movement, or it can be seen as stains on toilet paper or underwear. It can be both painful and painless.

    To identify the cause of rectal bleeding, patients require an examination of the anal area. However, patients, as a rule, do not dare to go to the doctor, as they are ashamed of the examination in diseases of this area. If not treated promptly, the disease can become serious. It is necessary to correctly establish the cause of bleeding and consult a proctologist for early diagnosis. Otherwise, the disease can progress and cause more than one disease.

    Why Is There Blood From The Rectum?

    Rectal bleeding may be the most important symptom of rectal disease. Therefore, when patients experience symptoms of rectal bleeding, they should definitely find out the cause of the bleeding. Rectal bleeding can most often be seen as a symptom of diseases such as hemorrhoids, anal fissures, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and intestinal diseases such as Crohn’s disease, colon polyps, or may develop as a result of colon and rectal cancer.

    What Are The Symptoms Of Rectal Bleeding?

    Bleeding from the rectum is one of the most important symptoms in rectal and intestinal diseases, which should be given close attention. Bleeding from the anus accounts for 20% to 30% of gastrointestinal bleeding. The main causes of rectal bleeding are:

    Bleeding from the rectum may be in the form of smudges or drops, or in the form of active profuse bleeding. In some cases, it is only a light bleeding on the toilet paper.

    Rectal bleeding is more common in women. Because diverticulitis and angiodysplasia (abnormalities in the vascular structure) are more common in women. These conditions cause rectal bleeding.

    Bleeding from the anus, occurring on the left side of the colon, are light and bright red, scarlet shades.

    Bleeding from the right side of the colon is usually reddish-black in color and may be occult, sometimes with stools and sometimes without any symptoms. Symptoms of anemia often appear.

    Bleeding from the stomach and duodenum is called melena. Melena’s bleeding is black bleeding. Since the blood is digested during melena bleeding, the color of the bleeding becomes black.

    Running rectal bleeding can cause anemia in a patient. This can cause symptoms such as weakness, shortness of breath, exhaustion, depression.

    How To Treat Rectal Bleeding?

    Bleeding from the anus (rectal bleeding) is one of the symptoms of many diseases of the rectum. If these bleedings are acute bleedings, there is a possibility that they may stop spontaneously. A patient with bleeding is first of all questioned about complaints, duration of bleeding, color, nature of defecation, after which a preliminary diagnosis is made about the possible causes of bleeding, with a thorough history taking. On physical examination, signs such as bleeding hemorrhoids, fissures, and anal polyps may be detected directly, and endoscopic examinations may be necessary to identify causes of bleeding that cannot be detected on physical examination.

    With the help of rectosigmoscopy, the mucous membrane covering the inside of the rectum (30-40 cm long, connecting the large intestine to the anus) is examined. In some cases, a colonoscopy, that is, an examination of the entire large intestine, may also be performed. The patient is examined by a proctologist and decides which endoscopy method will be used. Endoscopy helps not only to diagnose the disease, but also to find the source of bleeding and stop it. After establishing the cause of bleeding, the most appropriate method of treatment is selected for the patient.

    There are both non-surgical and surgical treatments for bleeding caused by hemorrhoids, anal fissures, and polyps. In Avrupa Cerrahi center

    patients with rectal bleeding after a thorough physical examination and after establishing the diagnosis and etiology of bleeding, if the cause of bleeding is benign diseases of the anal region, hemorrhoids, anal fissures, polyps, etc., if they are detected, examination and treatment can be carried out on the same day. Treatment with non-surgical laser methods takes a very short time. With local anesthesia, you can be treated within a day and return to your social and business life.

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