Miph Surgery

About Treatment

“MIPH” stands for “Minimally Invasive Procedure for Hemorrhoids.” It is also known as “Procedure for Prolapse and Hemorrhoids” (PPH). MIPH  is a minimally invasive  technique used to treat hemorrhoids, which are swollen and inflamed veins in the rectum and anus.

Miph Surgery

Indication

Internal hemorrhoids are located inside the rectum and may protrude through the anus during bowel movements,fiber supplements, topical treatments, and lifestyle modifications.

Procedure

During MIPH uses a specialized circular stapling device to reposition and fixate the prolapsed hemorrhoids back into their normal anatomical position within the anal canal.

Minimally Invasive Approach

The procedure is performed through the anal canal, avoiding external incisions, which results in reduced postoperative pain, faster recovery, and shorter hospital stays compared to traditional open hemorrhoidectomy.

Advantages

Reduced postoperative pain and discomfort. Faster recovery and return to normal activities. Minimal risk of wound complications and infection. Preservation of the anal sphincter.

Potential Risks and Complications

While MIPH is generally considered safe and effective, like any treatment procedure, it carries potential risks and complications, including: Bleeding Infection

Postoperative Care

Pain management and stool softeners may be prescribed to alleviate discomfort and promote healing. Patients are usually able to resume normal activities within a few days to a week after treatment.

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