The patient’s treatment was performed under local anesthesia. During the treatment, a thin slit was made, and then the whole hematoma was evacuated. The patient did not feel any significant pain during and after the procedure.
The most common therapy for a thrombosed hemorrhoid is an external thrombectomy, which involves making a small cut in the clot and draining it. You will be given a local anesthetic to keep you pain-free. This technique is most effective if it is performed within three days of the onset of hemorrhoids.