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How does eXroid® electrotherapy work?

Say goodbye to piles with electrotherapy treatment for haemorrhoids in the comfort of your own home.

How does the eXroid® electrotherapy treatment for haemorrhoids work?

eXroid® electrotherapy is a fast, safe & effective treatment for internal haemorrhoids (piles). The procedure is simple and usually painless. A gentle current is applied to the base of the haemorrhoid for up to 10 minutes. Usually there is more than one haemorrhoid to be treated. Up to 3 can be treated at one time.

The device generates a small current of up to 16mAmp, which feels only slightly uncomfortable, though not painful, which stimulates a chemical reaction in the haemorrhoid, creating an excess of alkali which accumulates to seal off the feeding varicose blood vessel.

This results in the haemorrhoid being starved of its blood supply and it shrinks accordingly. Sometimes it may take more than one treatment to complete the process where the blood vessels are fully sealed and the haemorrhoid completely disappears.

The effect of the treatment continues to work over the following 4 weeks, at which point our aftercare team will be in touch to discuss symptom changes and see if any further treatments are required.

 

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Can I have the eXroid® electrotherapy treatment at home?

Yes you can. We have partnered with eXroid® to offer this life changing treatment to patients in the comfort of their own home.

We are an accredited provider of the eXroid® haemorrhoid treatment

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Would you like to talk a nurse about electrotherapy?

To discuss your symptoms and treatment options with a nurse specialist please provide your details or call 0203 974 6950

Want to understand your haemorrhoid symptoms better?

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.