Haemorrhoid surgery at our Centre is a safe and reliable tailormade solution that relieves pain, bleeding and discomfort.
Before recommending the treatment which is best for you, we will carry out an examination and determine the degree of the haemorrhoid.
Treatment: we treat haemorrhoids with medication (suppositories, ointment, etc.), rubber ring ligations – this is the most common and most performed procedure both at our Centre, and worldwide.
If those methods are not suitable, one of the following surgeries is recommended: mechanical sutures hemorrhoidectomy (Ferguson), transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization, open hemorrhoidectomy (Milligan-Morgan), closed hemorrhoidectomy (Ferguson).
After the surgery: usually, the patient can start light physical activity – drive or work on a computer within 1-7 days after the surgery (depending on the surgery method). Physical capacity is regained within 1-4 weeks, depending on the surgery type.
Do not delay seeking treatment! Treatment of an early diagnosed hemorrhoid is shorter, anaemia and other complications are avoided.
Price of hemorrhoid surgical treatment
Hemorrhoid removal surgery is a solution chosen individually for you, the cause of the haemorrhoid is removed. The treatment price includes the consultation with a coloproctologist, tests required before the surgery and the surgery.
What factors affect the price?
The prices indicated below apply to citizens of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Union.
If you are coming from another country please check the price by telephoning or sending an email.
- General blood test;
- Blood coagulation test (aPTT);
- Glucose test;
- electrocardiogram (ECG) with evaluation;
The patient can bring their test records from other healthcare institutions, or they may have them done at the Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Centre. The tests take 2 hrs. Prices of the tests performed at the Centre. The tests must be performed no earlier than 14 days before the surgery.
During haemorrhoidectomy with mechanical suture, a disposable intestinal surgical suture device is used. A special device – proctoscope is inserted into the anus, the suture[L1] is made, part of the rectal mucosa and submucosa is excised and sutured. The haemorrhoidic tissue loses its source of food, bleeding, prolapse and other unpleasant symptoms are stopped.
During dearterialization of a transanal haemorrhoid, a special device is used to identify and for ligation of the arteries feeding the haemorrhoid.
Both the surgeries are performed in the rectum and are painless.
During haemorrhoidectomy surgery, the anus canal is extended, a special instrument is used to remove altered haemorrhoidal nodules.
why to choose us
- We can operate the next week after the initial consultation.
- You can go home, take a flight the day after the surgery.
- The treatment method is chosen with the patient’s best interests in mind.
- No hospital infections during the last 5 years.
Assoc. prof., MD Dulskas Audrius
- LT, RU, EN, DE
MD Radziunas Gintautas
Coloproctologist, Endoscopist, Abdominal surgeon
- LT, EN, RU
Prof. MD Samalavicius Narimantas Evaldas
Abdominal surgeon, Coloproctologist
- LT, RU, EN
Frequently asked questions
There is an obvious connection between being overweight and haemorrhoids. Constipation and straining during bowel movements may cause haemorrhoids. Doctors - coloproctologists favour the anal cushions theory, which says that a haemorrhoid is caused by over - mobility of the tissue in the bottom part of the rectum caused by strains during bowel movements and constipation, as well as increased tonus of the anal muscular sphincter. Pregnancy and hormonal changes may also be factors in the disease. Heredity and spending a lot of time standing at work can also be factors in developing a haemorrhoid.
A lot of people eventually face haemorrhoid symptoms due to lack of movement, bad diet or other diseases. However, it is not the kind of disease that you should live with. It can be effectively treated, therefore you should immediately consult a coloproctologist if you notice any rectal bleeding, external hemorrhoidal nodules or any discomfort in the anus.
It is difficult to diagnose a haemorrhoid at the initial stage. However, when the disease is advanced, hemorrhoidal components or swollen tissue around the anus can be noticed during examination. The most accurate diagnostic method is anus inspection with a special device that has a light source. The doctor usually examines the whole rectum, because hemorrhoidal symptoms may also appear with other intestinal diseases, firstly, in the case of cancer of the rectum.