haemorrhoid


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  • noun

Synonyms for haemorrhoid

pain caused by venous swelling at or inside the anal sphincter

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Haemorrhoids are an uncomfortable, yet common health problem that lots of people have to endure.
On inspection, they resemble a bunch of grapes and patients are usually able to manually push the haemorrhoid back inside the anus.
The idea for the haemorrhoid advert was reportedly that of TV producer Sula Miller, of Big Grin Productions in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Believe me when I tell you that those afflicted with haemorrhoids have enough on their minds as it is, without having to endure the sniggers of supermarket cashiers.
Using a short tube called a proctoscope, your doctor grasps the haemorrhoid with forceps and attaches a rubber band around the base using a banding instrument.
The idea for the haemorrhoid advert came from TV producer Sula Miller, of Big Grin Productions in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Yet one in three people suffer from haemorrhoids at some time in their life.
The Speed star confessed: "I didn't realise putting haemorrhoid ointment on your face was acceptable.
Other symptoms of internal cat haemorrhoids can include pain when passing stools and difficulty while sitting.
Lisa and Mark Kelly founded Unique Natural Products after formulating a cream to soothe the symptoms of haemorrhoids from their Gateshead home, a product which has now been granted approval as a cosmetic by the Government's Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) as 99% natural and made predominantly from plant extracts.
Internal haemorrhoids are not palpable on digital examination and are diagnosed with a proctoscope.
HAEMORRHOIDS, commonly known as piles, are a problem that affect at least 50% of people at some point in their life.
A: Haemorrhoids are fairly common, especially in people between 45 and 65 and during pregnancy.
Summary: Ann Widdecombe's performances on Strictly were last night described by judge Len Goodman as "like haemorrhoids.
London, Jan 1 (ANI): A new book on Napoleon Bonaparte suggests that he may have lost the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 because he was suffering from haemorrhoids.