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- Aesculus hippocastanum
- The substances aescine (from the seeds) and aesculine (from the bark) of the Aesculus treat disturbances in the blood circulation. The horse chestnut is a good remedy for persons who tend to haemorrhoids (piles) and varicous veins with a purple color. The...
Remedies >> Remedies A
- Carbo vegetabilis (Charcoal)
- This is charcoal; wood that is only partly burned due to lack of oxygen. When you look at an extinguishing wood-fire you will surely have noticed that on the outside the wood already looks cold while inside it is still glowing. This is exactly the picture of...
Remedies >> Remedies C
- Sepia (Squid Ink)
- Sepia is the ink from a squid. The squid usually lives alone, it is an independent individual. In case of fear or danger they surround themselves with a hiding cloud of dark ink. When we project this image on human beings we find that the homoeopathic Sepia...
Remedies >> Remedies S
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- Busted myths: what spiders, chewing gum and haemorrhoids have in common
- Bright red blood on toilet paper, anal pain and itching: these are symptoms of piles, or haemorrhoids, that commonly occur in adults.
- Hospital instead of prison
- His medical record mentioned he has haemorrhoids, diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney problems, electrolyte imbalance and IBS. The BNP leader got bail in three cases.
- Surgeon Mark Whiteley who pioneered keyhole operations tackles painful piles
- 'Many of the treatments that are used do not address the suspected underlying cause of haemorrhoids – pelvic veins – and instead treat the arterial flow of blood which may account for their relatively high recurrence rates,' he says.
- Avoid the winter 'pile up' this Christmas: Top tips to skip haemorrhoid hell
- Haemorrhoids aren't a topic of conversation many people wish to discuss but it's thought nearly everyone will suffer from them at least once in their life. Piles can occur at any age - but are more common in older people- and affect both men AND women.
- The best way to prevent haemorrhoids — Avoid constipation
- A study published in The Premanente Journal says that avoiding constipation and hard stool is the best way to prevent haemorrhoids. A fibre rich diet of often the key to preventing constipation.
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