Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation (THD) Transanal Haemorrhoidal Dearterialisation or THD is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to treat haemorrhoids.
Our Consultant General Surgeons offer a number of treatments for haemorrhoids including banding, injections, haemorrhoidectomy and Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation (THD). You will need a consultation with your surgeon to discuss which type of haemorrhoid treatment is best for you.
Privately you will benefit from no waiting lists or long delays for a Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation at Fairfield Independent Hospital .
We work with all known insurance companies, and offer competitive self-pay prices if you do not have health insurance. What are the benefits of having Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation?
One of the main benefits from a Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation is that it is a minimally invasive surgical procedure, which uses fine instruments to position the blood-supplying arteries of the haemorrhoid above the dentate line (area without sensory nerves) therefore you should not feel any of the stitches during or after the procedure.
Before considering surgery, it is important to be aware that all surgical procedures carry a certain amount of risk and it is important that you understand the risks involved with Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation (THD).
This procedure may also be called Haemorrhoid Ligation, Haemorrhoidal Artery Ligation or Doppler guided Ligation. Key facts about the procedure
Why choose us:
Consultant level care, every time
Flexible appointments, to suit you
No waiting lists or long delays
We have a team of Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeons, Consultant Radiologists and specialist pelvic floor Physiotherapists, who provide a comprehensive service for patients who suffer from haemorrhoids or other bowel and pelvic floor related conditions.
You will be offered an appointment at the earliest convenient date for you.
During your initial consultation you will be seen by a consultant, who is specifically trained and has experience of performing Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation. You will be able to explain your medical history and any concerns you might have with the surgeon who would be performing the Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation.
Your consultant will discuss with you if they feel any further diagnostic tests such as scans or blood tests are needed, if there are any other treatment pathways to consider such as injections, which might be an option or if you can be booked straight in for a procedure.
We work with all known insurance companies, and offer competitive self-pay prices if you do not have health insurance.
Transanal haemorrhoid dearterialisation
£150 (Proctoscopy without histology)
one follow up included
£150 (Proctoscopy without histology)
one follow up included
Total Guide Price
The guide price may vary depending on:
Which consultant you choose
Your medical history
The type of diagnostic investigation your consultant advises is best for you
If you have had a recent diagnostic investigation and we can access it
The type of anaesthetic your consultant advises is best for you
The type of implant, drug or the actual procedure you choose or your consultant advises is best for you
The guide prices correct as at the 1 of January, 2020
Following your consultation you will be made clear of the costs to you before you go ahead with your treatment.
The initial consultation guide price covers the cost of your initial appointment with your consultant. The consultation fee is due in full on the day of the appointment.
The diagnostic investigations guide price covers the approximate cost of any tests you may require to assist the consultant with a diagnosis, such as x-rays and blood tests. Any associated costs will be made clear to you before you proceed with any scan or test.
The Main Treatment guide price covers your stay in hospital as long as it is clinically necessary. This guide price includes all pre-operative tests that the Hospital requires to ensure you are fit for surgery, the fees for your consultant and anaesthetist to perform the procedure, and any nursing care, medication and food after. However, if your consultant advises that you need a different prosthesis, or you request a non standard item, then the guide price for your treatment will alter. This will be made clear to you before you go ahead with your treatment and will become the ‘fixed price’. The payment for the main treatment is due in full, five days prior to your admission date.
Post discharge care following your discharge from Hospital is included in your fixed price care package. This price includes a single post-op consultant consultation and physiotherapy visits (up to the number stated), removal of any stitches, change of dressings and any medication you need to take home with you. The main treatment price also includes the cost of treating any complications at the Hospital for 30 days following the date of your procedure where those complications arise directly out of the treatment you receive as part of your treatment package and are identified within 30 days of your discharge from Hospital, provided that you have followed the advice of your Consultants and any other medical professionals involved in your care following the procedure. This includes any consultations, outpatient, day-care and inpatient treatment that the Consultant says you need and which the Hospital agrees to provide.
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About your recovery:
What happens after Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation?
After your Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation you will be transferred to the recovery ward and then to your private room.
You should be able to go home the same day or the day after.
Be sure to discuss your return to work following a Transanal Haemorrhoid Dearterialisation with your surgeon.
It is important that you follow the advice the Hospital and the consultant provide you.
The surgeon will tell you when you can return to normal activities.
The information on this page is for reference only and has been reviewed by appropriate medical or clinical professionals. The information contained on this page should not be a substitute for professional medical advice nor is it intended to be for medical diagnosis or treatment.
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