Proctology

Proctology

Proctology

Proctology is rather delicate field of medicine, that specialized in the research, diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive prevention of various diseases of the large intestine.

Due to its “delicacy”, the visit to the proctologist is often postponed until the disease makes him aware of the unbearable pain and other disturbing symptoms. Therefore, doctors are reminded that timely treatment of hemorrhoids and other diseases of the rectum avoids the list of complex consequences for the body.

At “Ishtar” Clinic next services are provided:

  • Advisory appointment of an experienced proctologist;
  • Therapeutic treatment of diseases of the rectum and perianal area;
  • Removal of hemorrhoids (classic hemorrhoidectomy)
  • Removal of hemorrhoids by latex ligation (latex rings);
  • Transanal hemorrhoidal desterterization (THD),
  • Excision of chronic anal fissure,
  • Removal of rectal polyps,
  • Removal of the cyst of the coccyx,
  • Removal of tumors of the rectum and perianal area
  • Bleaching of the perianal area

The indications for examination by a proctologist are the following symptoms:

  • back pain associated with sitting or walking;
  • discharge from the anus, blood clots in the stool, streaks of mucus or pus on the stool;
  • chronic diarrhea or constipation;
  • changes in the area of ​​the anus: the appearance of swelling, “cones”, ulcers of those other formations swollen formations in the area of ​​the anus;
  • feeling of a foreign body in the anal canal;
  • protrusion of hemorrhoids outside;
  • itching in the anal canal;
  • Aesthetic changes in the anal region: the appearance of warts, papillomas, fringes, cracks.

Who needs a visit from a proctologist, even in the absence of complaints:

  • Women during pregnancy planning;
  • Pregnant women (third trimester) and postpartum women;
  • Menopausal women;
  • Overweight people;
  • Employees of “sedentary” professions;
  • People leading a leisurely lifestyle;
  • People over forty years of age with relatives of rectal cancer
  • Patients who have undergone hemorrhoid surgery;
  • Surgical patients (after diagnosis of rectal cancer);
  • People who practice anal sex;

Do not delay and if you have one of the above criteria, and especially several at the same time, immediately consult a specialist. We will be glad to help you.

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