THD surgeon
A surgical cure for hemorrhoids is generally almost guaranteed to include one thing: pain! But not, it appears, anymore. . .
The clever physicians at THD Lab have invented a completely new method that remedies the most severe examples of piles. An extended line of joyful men and women report that following the THD surgery they have been capable of getting back to their job and even physical exercise - ordinarily after only a few days. Given that the hemorrhoidectomy will usually involve an extremely long recuperation period (and plenty of physical distress) this almost sounds too good to be true. But it also seems that there's some advanced technology behind it.

So how does it work?

Basically, the surgical treatment cuts off the majority of the blood supply around the hemorrhoid. As I'm certain you already know, piles tend to be unbelievably painful (not to mention unpleasant) due to the strain of all that blood racking up within. So a treatment that cuts down on the circulation of blood sounds like it can only be considered a positive thing.

clinical phrase for this is: haemorrhoidal artery ligation. (Pay attention to the spelling "haemorrhoidal" - this is a the european spelling due to the fact that the procedure comes from there).

The basic steps are:

1. The THD
surgeon inserts a compact plastic-made (and see-through) unit into the anus. She / he then detects the artery that supplies the hemorrhoid.

2. A hooked
shaped needle is then pushed out of the probe and circles some surgical thread around the artery. (This is the "ligation" element).

3. The
thread is looped all around the artery as required and "tied off." The THD equipment is then removed.

Another tool known as a "surgy" is then inserted. The THD doctor then executes a "pexis" which means that he loops more surgical thread through the skin tissue alongside the artery. They then gather the loops taut - thereby moving the flesh higher up inside the anal passage. Technically this is referred to as "Lifting of mucosal prolapse." The THD surgy tool is then extracted.

5. The
first THD unit is then reinserted and a brief scan of the spot is performed. It is then repeated on other arteries if needed.