Hemorrhoids are lumps of blood vessels and tissue that protrude in or near the anus due to pressure or other causes. The procedure for prolapsing hemorrhoids (PPH) is to use the circular stapling instrument to remove the anal mucosa.
Difficult urination (13.3 %). The symptom is most common on the day after surgery, possibly due to severe wound pain or discomfort caused by gauze tucked at the anus.
Fasting is required on the day of operation and an enema is given before the operation
Do not consume alcohol and spicy, fried foods, peanuts and other stimulants.
Hemorrhoids are triggered by the increased pressure around perianal area; engorged vascular cushions is then caused by decreased venous return.