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Hemorrhoids are commonly seen and function to keep the anus closed.

When hemorrhoids are well, they operate similarly to minimal pads and form a tight anal seal.

These pads can also become painful, itchy, or cause bleeding when they enlarge from their typical size for any reason.



Causes of hemorrhoidal piles:

  • Constipation
  • Straining during defecation process
  • Sitting for long time, especially on the toilet seat
  • Pregnancy
  • Childbirth
  • Obesity
  • Chronic cough
  • anal intercourse
  • Heavy lifting
  • Hard exercise
  • Low-fiber diet

Hemorrhoids disease are often known as hemorrhoidal piles. 

it is characterized by congested blood veins under mucosa in the anal canal.
Over 80% of people will at some point in their lives develop hemorrhoids disorder, with about 50% of people experiencing chronic hemorrhoids disease.

when its nuisance still at a challenging level and impacting the level of activity and lifestyle, then it is time to LHP ® treatment.

Many people suffer a lot from hemorrhoidal piles because they prefer to avoid traditional surgical treatment.

Thus, LHP® offers patients the ideal option as a minimally invasive laser therapy that is specifically made to target and shrink hemorrhoidal piles.

LHP ® is a minimally invasive laser procedure that provides patients with the ideal hemorrhoidal treatment by targeting and shrinking hemorrhoidal piles.

It is a gentle, simple procedure that provides an effective alternative to traditional surgery.


How does LHP ®  work?

  • Anoscopy
  • Hemorrhoidal piles exploration
  • Laser conical fiber insertion in the center of hemorrhoidal pile under direct vision
  • irradiation every hemorrhoidal pile from inside towards out.
  • The hemorrhoidal pile gradually shrink and get smaller in size.
  • Applying ice pack over targeted hemorrhoidal pile to avoid mucosal injury

Repeat procedure with other piles.

as a result of the laser irradiation used in LHP®, Hemorrhoidal piles gradually shrink back to their original size.

In addition, LHP® stops the blood flow to the congested hemorrhoidal piles.

As a result, bleeding and pain should considerably decrease after a few days of LHP®.

Nevertheless, some individuals still have skin tags, requiring additional surgical treatment.



What are the advantages of LHP®?

Unlike surgical hemorrhoid therapy which requires longer recovery times, LHP® treats hemorrhoids without these concerns.

However, there are certain advantages to LHP® over traditional surgical hemorrhoid treatment.

  • No bowel preparation required.
  • The operating time is significantly reduced.
  • Fast healing, allowing just a few days to pass before returning to regular activities.
  • No anal tissue excised during LHP®
  • High level of safety by avoid harming the anal sphincter, anoderm, or mucous membrane.
  • By cutting off the blood flow, LHP® prevents hemorrhoids from protruding from the anus.


What the difference between LHP® and HeLP® (hemorrhoids laser procedure)?

  • LHP® is targeting a congested hemorrhoidal piles and their feeding blood vessels, while HeLP® is targeting only the feeding blood vessels.
  • LHP® is designed for 3rd and 4th degree of hemorrhoidal piles treatment, while HeLP® is designed for 2nd degree of hemorrhoidal piles treatment.
  • HeLP® requires doppler probe and laser fiber, while LHP® requires laser fiber only.


Can do LHP® with mucopexy?

  • Yes


We can do hybrid procedure LHP® and mucopexy at same time.

  • When paired with mucopexy, LHP® has a high success rate of 88%.


It's a safe surgery that effectively controls bleeding and prolapsing hemorrhoids, with no post-operative problems.

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