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Rubber Band Ligation Bleeding
It can be: Rubber band ligation works well for nonpainful internal hemorrhoids. It requires no sedation or anesthesia and can typically be done in the office setting. It is a generally safe procedurpost procedure patients generally report a fullness and sometimes a feeling of needing to go to the bathroom. Hemorrhoids can recur after ligation and after excisional hemorrhoidectomy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lap = gastric: Lap band and gastric band are the same. Band over bypass is done when some doctors place the band around the gastric pouch after a gastric bypass. Our group has stopped offering band over bypass due to high rate of erosion and the fact that the bans can't be placed between the pouch and the small intestine. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Cut Off Blood Supply: Internal hemorrhoids are covered by intestinal lining rather than skin; therefore, they do not have pain fibers. Accordingly, we can put a rubber band around the base of these without anesthesia, after which the hemorrhoid tissue will "shrivel up and die". The hemorrhoid will then fall off a few days later. Since external hemorrhoids are covered by skin, we cannot do this due to pain issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When CABG, doctor talk that my LAA will ligation. how is the procedure the LAA ligation? With amputation (removal), sewing, or ligation with thread?
Short answer: Yes: If your symptoms began within days to weeks following ligation, and no other findings exist on regular workup, you may have a variant of Post-Tubal Ligation Syndrome. You should seek out an expert on Chronic Pelvic Pain. Reversal of the ligation is sometimes possible and your symptoms may subside. Go to Facebook: The New PTLS private Support Group ...Read more
Laproscopic tubal ligation done on both sides by applying double silastic bands
in 2007 is this reversible?
Entire Large intestines & rectum removed. Brooke Ileostomy created. Can Brooke Ileostomy later be reversed using the rectal stump?
Your PMD..: Your PMD/Surgeon will answer it better.....too many variables ......not disclosed. ...Read more
Sterilization : The tubes are ducts that extend from near the ovary and go into the uterus. The egg moves don the tube and get fertilized in the lower 1/3 of the tube. Ligation is the slicing of the tube often the tube is coagulated and clipped as well. By interrupting this tube the path of the egg to the uterus is blocked making pregnancy improbable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why would I still have bleeding from internal hemorrhoids 2 weeks after having the banding ligation procedure done?
Thrombosing: Banding hemorrhoids causes them to thrombose, or clot off. But this may shift venous flow to other dilated veins in the rectum leading to new hemorrhoids. So it's either that the old hemorrhoids have clotted but continue to ooze, or that new hemorrhoids have formed. You should ask your doctor to examine you for more information. ...Read more
I've tenesmus a year, colonoscopy, pelvic tomography and magnetic resonance normal, did 3 rubber band ligation for tiny hemorrhoids. It would be ibs?
After the tests: Hello, After all tests are done, if you are left with that sinking feeling that nothing is really diagnosibly wrong with you yet your symptoms are worse than ever, consider the global artistry of bowel health is not always about diagnosis but rather about the practice and strategic approach to a better functioning bowel. I believe your treatable issue will likely take more than a quick tip. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I still have anal bleeding after my rubber band ligation surgery 6 months ago. I need movicol to pass stool comfortably. What's the next step? Thanks!
Tubal ligation: This is a surgical procedure performed under anesthesia by laparoscopic surgery using band-aid size incisions. Abdomen is inflated with carbon dioxide...You are asleep. The surgeon can see inside your abdomen with a highly specialized 'telescope'. A small silastic band is placed around a 'knuckle' of each tube, the ends seal off and separate, thereby creating a blockage which prevents conception. ...Read more
Tubal ligation: Fallope ring is type of tubal ligation. Consider essure as less invasive, more effective permanent birth control. Many doctors offer this in their offices. Takes 5 minutes. Minimal discomfort. Return to normal activites later in the day. http://scottkramermd.com/womens-health-library/minimally-invasive-procedures/essure-permanent-birth-control/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Depends on size number and exact location but in general you may have some initial rectal pressure for a few hours, some very mild discomfort for a few days, with perhaps some miminal bleeding, though. Many patients experience essential no symptoms especially for internal hemorrhoids further inside. ...Read more
Strictures fissures: Banding has few complications if a lot is done sometimes you can get a stricture and the rectum be tight or you can a fissure from failure to heal completely. ...Read more
Is rubber band ligation surgery for hemorroids commonly done? Are there other methods that are popular?
Yes: For internal hemorrhoids (not for visible external hemorrhoids) a rubber band ligation as an office procedure is a common procedure. Other options such as surgical suture, staple ligation, and infra-red therapy have been used. Rubber band ligation is painless and successful for the right type of hemorrhoid conditions. ...Read more
Some: It is a safe out patient procedure but does have risks. It is usually not painful but if causes thrombosis, that can be painful. If the band falls off too soon, bleeding can occur and rarely, infection. All if these are small risks. Banding/surgery is only necessary when symptoms are really bad and u need to consult with surgeon. ...Read more
No: Internal hemorrhoids do not have pain fibers like the skin does overlying the external ones. It will cause excruciating pain. It will like getting sharply pinched constantly around ur anus 24/7. Healing may also differ as it may cause spasm on internal sphincter that can add to prolong pain. ...Read more