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When a vein in your anus or lower rectum swells, it’s called a haemorrhoid. Prolapsed haemorrhoids are internal haemorrhoids that bulge outwards from the anus. they can very painful. Sometimes after a bowel motion these can be pushed back into the anus. However, in some cases they can stay permanently prolapsed and can be very painful.
A haemorrhoid can become prolapsed when the tissue that holds it in place weakens. There are several possible causes and risk factors for this weakening of the connective tissue.
If you need something more permanent then there are a few interventional procedures to consider. These range from surgical to non-surgical.
Electrotherapy is a non-invasive non-surgical treatment that can eradicate your internal prolapsed piles. It’s safe, effective and for most people usually painless / minimal or no discomfort.
A discreet call to one of our nurses will get you on the first steps to saying goodbye to your piles. Appointments are usually sorted within two weeks. All treatments are carried out by fully qualified colorectal nurses.
Electrotherapy is a non-invasive non-surgical treatment that can be used to treat internal piles and, for most people, enable you to get back to your life on the same day. Please get in touch to discuss your treatment options with a nurse specialist.
Internal haemorrhoids are actually swollen veins and their support tissues, situated in the lower part of your rectum. Sometimes the blood vessels and associated tissues become weak and stretch so thin that they bulge and become irritated
External haemorrhoids are different from internal haemorrhoids in two important ways: the first and most obvious difference is where they are located – external haemorrhoids, as the name suggests, are on the outside of your anus. Internal haemorrhoids are on the inside.
A thrombosed haemorrhoid, is the medical term for a haemorrhoid that has become swollen due to a small blood clot within the haemorrhoid. The word ‘thrombosis’ means clotting.
If you suffer with haemorrhoids, then understanding how the medical profession grades the different sizes and nature of your piles could be vital in how you approach the treatment of your specific condition.
Suffering from haemorrhoids? Find advice on diet, exercise, hydration to help manage your symptoms.
Answer some simple questions about the symptoms you are experiencing to get your haemorrhoid symptom score and receive advice on what it means and what to do next.