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hemorrhoid

[′hem‚rȯid]
(medicine)
A varicosity of the external hemorrhoidal veins, causing painful swelling in the anal region.
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But for bleeding or painful haemorrhoids that persist, doctors recommend a minor outpatient procedure.
The haemorrhoid will then drop off within seven days.
Kilgore said he never intended to offend the Cash family, adding that he had often joked about haemorrhoids when introducing the song on stage.
Co-writer Kilgore said he never intended to offend the Cash family, adding that he had joked about haemorrhoids when introducing the song on stage.
6 TREATMENT for haemorrhoids comes in over-the-counter and prescription forms of suppositories and ointments.
If you see Tigger indulging in more than the usual tail chasing, scooting, licking and biting near the anal area, haemorrhoids could be the problem.
PAIN RELIEF Lisa Kelly, who founded Unique Natural Products with husband Mark after formulating a cream to soothe the symptoms of haemorrhoids
The treatment of prolapsing haemorrhoids is either rubber-band ligation as an outpatient or surgical removal in theatre.
Ann Widdecombe's performances on Strictly have been described by judge Len Goodman as "like haemorrhoids.
First- and second-degree haemorrhoids and relatively small third-degree haemorrhoids can be treated non-operatively.
I'll get flaky skin on my feet and the haemorrhoids will need minor surgery.