Sometimes referred to as piles, hemorrhoids are veins located in the lower rectum and anus that can become inflamed and swollen. When hemorrhoids become inflamed they cause symptoms such as bleeding, itching, swelling, soiling and even prolapse.
Fortunately, treatment with the CRH O’Regan System is 99% effective at relieving hemorrhoidal symptoms long-term.
The CRH O’Regan System is an innovative hemorrhoid banding system that uses gentle manual suction to apply a rubber band to the base of the hemorrhoid.
The CRH O’Regan hemorrhoid banding procedure is similar to traditional hemorrhoid banding, as both are designed to place a band around the base of a hemorrhoid. This band is placed at the base of the hemorrhoid and restricts blood flow into the hemorrhoid itself. Without proper blood flow, the hemorrhoid will begin to wither and shrink over time.
In most cases, the hemorrhoid will naturally fall off within two to four days after your hemorrhoid banding treatment. Most patients typically require three banding treatments for the best results and long-lasting relief from internal hemorrhoids. One rubber band will be placed during each banding session to maintain a very low likelihood of potential risks or uncomfortable side effects.
Hemorrhoid banding is an effective treatment because once a hemorrhoid falls off, it greatly reduces the risk that the hemorrhoid may return in that same spot. Unlike traditional banding techniques, the CRH O’Regan System does not require the use of metal clamps, which are uncomfortable and often cause pain.
Hemorrhoid banding with the CRH O’Regan is a highly effective hemorrhoid banding technique proven to be 99% effective at removing internal hemorrhoids and eliminating uncomfortable symptoms. In fact, the CRH O’Regan banding treatment is as effective as hemorrhoid surgery but carries a much smaller risk of potential complications. Additionally, non-surgical hemorrhoid removal does not require extensive downtime or a long recovery period, as some traditional treatments or surgeries do.