What are the warning signs of a disease related to the colon, rectum or anus?
Some of the indicators of a disease related to the colon, anus or rectum are presence of an external lump in the anal region, anal discharge, painful & red swelling in the anal region, and unusual change in bowel movement.
Are Proctology surgeries different from a general surgery?
Yes, with the latest medical technology, Proctology surgeries are minimally invasive, involve low risk, and have a faster recovery period.
Are there any risks or complications associated with a Colorectal surgery?
Colorectal surgeries being minimally invasive are pretty low risk. The possible complications include reaction to anesthesia or infection.
Will I need to be hospitalised for after a Colorectal surgery?
The hospitalisation period will depend on the nature of your Colorectal surgery
Is Proctology or Colorectal surgery painful?
Proctology or Colorectal surgeries are minimally invasive and are thereby less painful than a general surgery.