Haemorrhoids (Piles)

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Haemorrhoids Treatments

The Haemorrhoid Clinic offers the very latest fast, pain-free, and lasting treatments.

All options are non-surgical and can be carried out quickly as a ‘day case’ with no need for overnight stay or lengthy recovery. Click to find out more:


For mild haemorrhoids
Cost-effective option
Fast acting

From £625


Banding Treatment

For smaller haemorrhoids
Cheaper treatment choice
For internal piles

From £750

Rafaelo Treatment

Advanced Radiofrequency 
Over 95% success rate
No downtime, pain-free

Treatment costs £2,225

Haemorrhoids is a painful and often embarrassing condition that can be caused by various factors. While it’s not uncommon, many people are embarrassed to discuss this health problem with their doctor because they’re afraid of judgment or embarrassment. They may not even want to have to have an examination.

There’s no need to be embarrassed as the latest treamtents can help you find rapid relief from the discomfort of piles. This page will discuss what haemorrhoids are, how they affect your body, and how you can treat them.

The first sign you might have haemorrhoids is pain and discomfort in your anus. Further symptoms could include:

  • Fresh red blood after you poo
  • Itching around the anus
  • Feeling like you still need to poo after going to the toilet
  • Mucus in your underwear or on toilet paper after wiping
  • Lumpiness around the anus
  • Pain and discomfort around your anus

If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s advisable to see a doctor. There are two types of haemorrhoids – internal and external. Internal haemorrhoids occur inside the rectum, while external haemorrhoids develop under the skin around your anus. A doctor will be able to assess and diagnose the problem.

There are many causes of haemorrhoids, some more serious than others. The most common causes are:

    • Straining during bowel movements
    • Constipation or diarrhoea
    • Sitting for long periods of time (causes blood to pool)
    • Pregnancy, especially during childbirth.

    Primarily, the major cause is straining during bowel movements or leading an unhealthy lifestyle that can lead to constipation and/or diarrhoea. Straining puts pressure on your anus veins which weakens them over time until they become swollen with blood. Sitting for long periods of time also increases your risk due to increased pressure on the rectum from sitting. Other factors include pregnancy (especially childbirth), obesity, poor diet, lack of physical activity, ageing, and liver cirrhosis.

    Haemorrhoids can be treated in a number of ways, depending on their severity. Treatment options include over-the-counter medications, prescription medications, lifestyle changes, and surgery. The most important thing is to seek medical help if you’re experiencing any symptoms so that the cause can be properly diagnosed and treatment can begin. Thanks for reading! I hope this blog post was helpful in providing information on Haemorrhoids – the condition. If you have any questions or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to contact your doctor.

    There are a number of ways that you can prevent haemorrhoids, including:

    • Eating a healthy diet
    • Exercising regularly
    • Drinking plenty of water
    • Avoiding sitting for long periods of time
    • Using over-the-counter medications to help relieve symptoms if they occur.

    In conclusion, there are a number of ways to treat and prevent Haemorrhoids. While it’s often embarrassing, plenty of options can help ease the pain and discomfort associated with this health problem.

    You might be tempted to try natural remedies such as turmeric, aloe vera gel, witch hazel pads, drinking lemon juice mixed in warm water every morning on an empty stomach or apple cider vinegar combined with olive oil applied topically to your anus area after bowel movements. 

    Lifestyle change to improve diet and activity levels can help, but tend to be of limited value for severe haemorrhoids.

    Modern medicine offers treatment options that are fast and have high success rates.

    Any health condition isn’t something to be humiliated about, and catching it quickly can save yourself loads of trouble, pain, and money. If you feel like you may be experiencing similar symptoms as mentioned above, don’t hesitate to contact The Haemorrhoid Clinic for fast, pain-free, and lasting treatment.

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    41 Harley Street,
    London, W1G 8QH

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    42 New Broad Street,
    London, EC2M 1JD

    Putney Clinic:

    4 Disraeli Road, Putney, 
    London, SW15 2DS