Do Sentinel Piles Go Away? Get the Facts Here

                           Do Sentinel Piles Go Away?

Medical practioners find it challenging diagnosing hemorrhoids.  This difficulty is worse when it concern sentinel piles, because they are in fact not hemorrhoids at all. A sentinel pile is also known as a sentinel anal skin tag or rectal skin tag, and, for the more medically minded, may also be called a hypertrophied papilla or fibro-epithelial polyp. In this article I will be using knowledge from my accumulated studies on this concern to adequately answer the worry, do sentinel piles go away.
Sentinel piles is not contagious, but may be due to a lesion, inflammation, anal injury or skin left behind after a hemorrhoid treatment.
This type of piles is common and usually harmless growths that hang off the skin around the outside of the anus at the front edge at the junction of the anus and the perineum.
Generally speaking, sentinel piles are not a serious risk to health, but they can cause serious issues with your cleanliness after going to the toilet.
They disturb your cleanliness in that, they trap moisture and become irritated. Anal tags can be found around the anal periphery and may be single or multiple. The anterior one is called the sentinel tag.
Although sentinel piles is not visible, they shouldn’t cause the same problems that are common with suffering from internal and external piles.

How to Completely Cured Sentinel Piles?

Following a very healthy fiber rich diet, reducing the chance of constipation, and not being too rough when wiping the area, then all can gradually be well with time.
Topical anesthetics, such as lidocaine, can be used for anal    pain and warm tub baths (sitz baths) for 10-20 minutes several times a day (especially after bowel movements) are soothing and promote relaxation of the anal muscles, helping the healing process
These non-operative measures will help achieve resolution of pain and bleeding and, potentially, heal greater than half of acute fissures with virtually no side effects.

Avoid putting Sentinel piles under undue pressure because it can cause a small tear called an anal fissure.
If you discover that an anal fissure has occurred, then a visit to the doctors would be advisable because anal fissures can become infected and be the cause of other complications.

Medications may be prescribed, when a patient has a more chronic-type fissure, which lead to the relaxation of the anal sphincter muscles. The surgeon will explain the benefits and side-effects of each of the medications to the patients, the patient will then chose the medications to use. Below is a list of the medications.

Nitroglycerin Ointment
Nitroglycerin is a commonly prescribed medication that is compounded with petroleum ointment to help treat both acute and chronic anal fissures.  Nitroglycerin works by chemically relaxing the internal anal sphincter muscle, which decreases sphincter pressure and subsequently increases blood flow to the injury site, resulting in healing of the fissure.Healing occurs in at least 50% of chronic fissures.
Calcium Channel Blockers.
These medications include diltiazam and nifedipine.  Both work in a fashion similar to nitroglycerin ointment and have been associated with healing of chronic anal fissures in 65% to 95% of patients.
Surgical Options.
Your colon and rectal surgeon will discuss the risks  and  benefits of each method and both of you will determine the best option for you particular scenario.
Botulinum toxin (botox®) injection
Botulinum toxin is injected directly into the internal anal sphincter muscle to promote anal sphincter relaxation and subsequent healing.  This injection results in full healing in approximately 50-80% of patients.  Recurrences may occur in up to 40% of patients, but patients may be re-injected with good rates of fissure healing.  Patients in whom Botulinum toxin injection fails are oftern recommended for traditional surgical sphincterotomy.

Lateral internal sphincterotomy

Precise and controlled division of the internal anal sphincter muscle is a highly effective and commonly used method to treat chronic anal fissures, with success rates reported to be over 90%.  The main risks of internal sphincterotomy are variable degrees of stool or gas incontinence you.
From the above mention points, you can confirm with me that sentinel piles can be carefully handle even if the situation degenerate to the anal fissure. Most importantly you should chose your curative option with caution, carefully following and comparing the risk and benefits of