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Treatments

Haemorrhoids (piles)

An operation to remove haemorrhoids carried out under general anaesthetic, in which the haemorrhoids are cut off from within the anus.


This offers a one in twenty chance of the piles returning, making it a far more effective choice than other non-surgical treatments, and has a relatively quick recovery time following surgery.

Total Haemorrhoidal De-arterialsation (THD) is another choice. It is a minimally invasiive approach to haemorrhoids. It is approved by NICE. The surgeon can perform treatment while the patient is under general anaesthetic, allowing the placement of a stitch to prevent blood flow to haemorrhoids, causing them to shrink.

www.nhs.uk/conditions/piles-haemorrhoids/surgery

www.thdlab.co.uk

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