COVID-19 forced Dr. Paolo Casoni to suspend hemorrhoid treatments with the innovative hemorrhoidal tract endosclerosis technique. Now, once the incidence of the pandemic has been reduced, he has decided to reapply the method at the Ceram hospital, where he treats his patients two or three days a month, traveling from Parma (Italy).

Marbella, April 26, 2021.- The specialist in vascular surgery and phlebology recommends dealing with hemorrhoids with the "innovative, effective and non-invasive" hemorrhoidal tract endosclerosis technique, which is based on the treatment of varicose veins with sclerosing foam ". Recent studies conducted on approximately 2,000 patients report an efficacy of 98%. And even more: in the United States, a clinical trial in which 65 centers participated was completed, achieving 100% effectiveness.

The procedure, which is an outpatient operation and lasts only 15 minutes, consists in injecting a "small volume" of sclerosing foam into the hemorrhoidal plexus which causes "immediate retraction and consequently progressive sclerosis" until it becomes "fibrosis". The treatment "is so painless that the patient can go home immediately."

Casoni recommends repeating the treatment "to obtain a longer lasting result". In this sense, he warns that hemorrhoids can become "very uncomfortable, making everyday life difficult for the sufferer, causing a lot of pain when he is sitting, for example."

The treatment that is now being put back into operation in Marbella refers to cases that "already have a certain severity". But when hemorrhoids are still "mild and rarely symptomatic", they can be addressed with "dietary measures" such as a high-fiber diet; avoid the consumption of alcohol, chocolate, tea and spicy foods; drink plenty of water and exercise regularly. In case of exacerbations, "it is good to take supplements such as bioflavoloids based on diosmin and hesperidin".