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About Piles

Piles or hemorrhoids is a common disorder and it can happen to anyone due to lack of physical activity and consumption of low fiber content combined with a sedentary lifestyle. Given that it is one of the oldest problems, there are a lot of methods and treatments to cure Piles or Hemorrhoids. There are cases where patients with piles choose the old treatments or home remedies to get relief from the symptoms and failed. They forget that earlier when natural remedies used to work for conditions, people were not adequately following a sedentary lifestyle.



Piles in different language

Piles in Hindi: बवासीर

Piles in Marathi: मूळव्याध

Piles in Telugu: పైల్స్,మొలలు

Piles in Tamil: மூலவியாதி

Piles in Malayalam: പൈൽസ്

Types of piles

Internal piles: Piles develop inside the anus

External piles: Piles developed outside the anus

Types of piles treatment

Non-surgical treatment - Medications, lifestyle changes, and dietary changes.

Surgical Treatment - Open surgery, Laser Piles Surgery, Cauterization, Rubber-band Ligation, and Stapled Hemorrhoidectomy

Food to eat in piles

Legumes: Beans, nuts, peas, and lentils

Whole grains: Barley, brown rice, buckwheat, millets, and oatmeal

Cruciferous vegetables: broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, radishes, and cabbage

Root vegetables: Sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, and potatoes

Fiber foods: Apples, raspberries, pears, cucumbers, and watermelons

Foods to avoid in piles

Fried foods

Fatty foods

White bread and bagels

Processed foods

Frozen meals

Heavy meals and meat

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All insurances covered

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Complete paperwork assistance

Why Pristyn Care?

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  • Chronic constipation
  • Chronic diarrhoea
  • Lifting heavy weights
  • Obesity
  • Straining too much while bowel movement


  • Excessive Bleeding
  • Minimal Anal pain
  • Painful bowel movements
  • Swelling & Itching
  • Discomfort while sitting


Laser surgery for Piles treatment


The diagnosis of hemorrhoids may include a digital rectal exam where a specialist inserts a gloved lubricated finger into the rectum to find out the grade of piles. The specialist can also ask for the sigmoidoscopy test where the test doctor inserts a small fiber-optic camera into the rectum. Furthermore, a specialist can easily diagnose external hemorrhoids by just looking at the anal area. A doctor may also perform a Digital Rectal Examination (DRE).


Laser treatment for piles is on the rise since this procedure ensures minimal pain and discomfort. In addition to treating piles, this procedure alleviates the discomfort caused by piles such as prolapse, bleeding, and pain.

Hemorrhoidectomy: Surgery to remove hemorrhoids is called haemorrhoidectomy. During haemorrhoidectomy, the doctor makes incisions around the anus to cut away the hemorrhoids. This is generally an outpatient procedure, and patients usually go home the same day. Surgery relieves the pain, swelling, bleeding, and itching caused by hemorrhoids. However, one should expect pain post-surgery since the incisions are made in a highly sensitive area.

Stapled hemorrhoidectomy: This is a minimally invasive procedure to treat hemorrhoids and/or prolapse, a condition in which the hemorrhoids or anal tissue slips down out of the anal canal. During this procedure, a stapler-like device is used to reposition the hemorrhoids and cut off their blood supply. Without blood, the hemorrhoids eventually shrink and die. This procedure causes much less pain and faster recovery compared to traditional haemorrhoidectomy.

Laser Treatment: Precise laser beam is used to burn or shrink the hemorrhoid tissues. The process is painless and has a fast recovery.

In our Doctor’s Words

Dr. Milind Joshi

MBBS, MS - General Surgery

23 Years Experience Overall

In our Doctor’s Words

Piles is such a common disease that most people feel they can treat it at home. They would try diet control/ ointment or different tablets from their local chemists. And because of a certain discomfort associated with it, patients keep delaying proper treatment. Well the truth is, more than 75% of population suffers from piles at some time and the delay only worsens their conditions. The delay can increase the severity, turn treatment really complicated and at times, increases your chances of developing other anorectal diseases such as- fissure, fistula etc. Also, once elevated to grade 3 and grade 4, piles can become very painful and never be resolved without surgery. So, I ll suggest, you seek a timely treatment, meet a good proctologist and let your doctor decide the best course for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Chandigarh is one of the best-planned cities in India with ultra-modern architecture that serves as the capital for the states of Punjab and Haryana. This city is a rare epitome of modernization co-existing with nature’s preservation. And it was one of the well-planned cities in India after independence.

Approximately 20 per cent of people in Chandigarh are sufferers of piles. If you wish to get cured of hemorrhoids by the best piles doctor in Chandigarh, you can visit Pristyn Care.

Get Advanced Laser Treatment For Piles at Pristyn Care in Chandigarh

Piles or hemorrhoids is a common anorectal condition resulting from the inflammation of the blood vessels in the lower part of the rectum. The condition is highly prevalent amongst people above the age of 50 years, and is known to affect more than half of the population above this age. The symptoms of piles can be quite discomforting and if left unattended for a long period of time, piles can result in a number of serious complications.

Pristyn Care in Chandigarh offers seamless laser surgery for piles. The team of experienced piles surgeons associated with us in Chandigarh use advanced laser technique to cure piles that is approved by USFDA. The modern non-invasive technique offers immediate and permanent riddance from piles that too in a painless manner. Get in touch with us to book your appointment with one of the best experienced piles doctors in Chandigarh.      

Laser Piles Surgery offers the following benefits over open surgery:

  • Minimally invasive in nature – No incisions or sutures carried out during the surgery
  • Painless treatment of piles
  • No intraoperative bleeding involved during laser piles surgery
  • Quick procedure and no long hospital stay required
  • No major lifestyle restrictions to be followed after surgery
  • Nil chances of side-effects or infections
  • Fast recovery- Patient can return to normal routine in 2-5 days

What Is The Cost Of Laser Treatment For Piles in Chandigarh?

The cost of laser treatment for piles is determined by the following factors:

  • Piles specialist chosen for treatment
  • Cost of diagnostics 
  • Severity of hemorrhoids
  • Treatment cost covered under insurance
  • Expenses of post-surgery follow-ups

Laser treatment for piles at Pristyn Care is offered at a reasonable cost that does not create a financial burden for the patient. In addition to this, we also participate in all kinds of medical or health insurances to make the treatment all the more affordable for the patient.    

How long does it take to recover after laser surgery for piles?

Laser surgery for piles is a minimal access procedure and this makes the recovery time much shorter as compared to traditional open surgery. The patient can return home on the same day as the surgery and the discomforts experienced after the procedure are minimal. With proper precautions and a healthy diet, the patient can go back to routine activities within just 2 days and recover completely within a week only. 

Book an appointment with Pristyn Care for expert consultation

Booking an appointment with a Pristyn Care proctologist in your locality for expert consultation on piles is very simple. You can either submit your contact information through the patient form on the website or contact us directly on the above-mentioned number. One of the medical coordinators from Pristyn Care will get in touch with you at the earliest possible. You can discuss your preferred appointment timings with them and they will confirm the slot as per your convenience.

Best piles specialists in Chandigarh who are associated with Pristyn Care:

Doctors in Chandigarh who can treat your piles with minimal risks and complications are:

Name of the doctor: Dr. Varun Gupta

Qualification: MBBS, MS – General Surgery, DNB – General Surgery, MNAMS

Speciality: General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon, Proctologist

Years of experience: 15+ years

Name of the doctor: Dr. Vimal Vibhakar

Qualification: MBBS, MS – General Surgery, Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery

Speciality: MBBS, MS – General Surgery

Years of experience: 25+ years

Treatment for different stages of piles

Depending on the grades, piles treatment varies.

  • For grade-1 piles: Lifestyle changes, dietary modifications, and medications. Rarely surgery is recommended.
  • For grade-2 piles: In most cases of grade-2 piles, laser surgery is recommended.
  • For mild to moderate grade-3 piles: Most doctors suggest undergoing laser piles surgery.
  • For end-stage grade-3 piles: Based on the severity and the symptoms, proctologists can recommend either laser or open surgery to treat piles.
  • For grade-4 piles: In most cases, open surgery and in a few cases, laser surgery is suggested to treat piles/hemorrhoids.

Safest and the best Laser Piles Hospital in Chandigarh

In Chandigarh, several hospitals and clinics provide effective piles treatment. But out of many, we are recognized as one of the best and safest piles hospitals by many patients. We house many piles doctors or proctologists to cure piles permanently with no risk of recurrence. All our proctologists use laser surgery to either remove or cut off the piles.

Also, we use USFDA approved surgical tools and diagnostic instruments for proper diagnosis and safest treatment. We follow all the safety precautions suggested by the WHO to make sure all our patients are safe from deadly viruses like COVID.

In Chandigarh, all our piles specialists have more than 10 years of medical experience and use laser technology to treat piles because of its benefits. So, to get treated for piles at your nearest hospital partnered with us in Chandigarh, you can call the phone number on this page.

Preparation for piles surgery

One should prepare themselves before undergoing any surgical procedure. Here, you can know what preparation is required for piles surgery.

  • Talk with the doctor or the surgeon to which you are allergic, like specific oral tablets, topical ointments, creams, etc.
  • Inform the surgeon if you are allergic to any ingredients of the medicine prescribed to you before and after the surgery.
  • If you are suffering from blood disorders or taking anticoagulant medications, don’t forget to inform your surgeon or the doctor.
  • Tell your doctor about the anorectal surgery, if any, you underwent in the past.
  • If your doctor says to avoid taking any certain medications, try not to take them because they can alter the healing process after the surgery.
  • Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol before and after a week of the surgery.
  • Avoid eating heavy and large meals a day before the surgery.
  • On the day of the surgery, an enema may be given to clear the remaining stool residues in the colon, rectum, and anus.
  • Ensure all your questions like benefits, disadvantages, risks, complications, side-effects, long-term results of the surgery are answered by the attending anorectal surgeon, proctologists, or colorectal surgeon.

Once you are ready to undergo surgery, you will be asked to sign a consent form, which permits the surgeon to perform the surgery.

Precautions after piles surgery

Following post-surgical care tips is as important as surgery to permanently cure piles. So, before the doctor discharges you from the hospital, he/she will suggest you follow some post-surgical care tips that are mentioned below.

  • Take medications as prescribed by the doctor.
  • Regularly drink plenty of water [2.5 -3.5 liters]
  • Add fiber-rich foods to your diet.
  • Daily perform some simple exercises for 15 minutes.
  • Don’t overtake the medications.
  • Avoid having anal sex or anal intercourse till the doctor says so.
  • Avoid lift heavyweights
  • Don’t drink alcohol or caffeinated beverages as they can increase constipation and diarrhea.
  • Avoid eating hot and spicy foods.
  • Restrict smoking for a day or two [as suggested by the doctor.

If you fail to follow the post-surgical care tips, your recovery and healing process can slow down and take a longer period than expected.

Do’s And Don’ts in Diet Plan for Piles Patients

Following are the do’s and don’ts in the diet plan for piles patients.


  • Drink lots of fluids to avoid constipation
  • Exercise regularly for 15 to 30 minutes
  • If obese or overweight, lose weight as directed by your doctor
  • Don’t eat heavy or fatty meals


  • Don’t eat hot and spicy foods
  • Avoid regular use of laxatives and stool softeners
  • Don’t drink too much coffee, alcohol, or caffeinated beverages
  • Avoid sitting in the toilet for long periods
  • Don’t strain or put excess pressure while passing stools
  • Don’t sit in the same position and place for long hours at work.

To get complete information about the piles diet plan, you can consult our expert proctologists.

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