View all clinics  |  View our homecare service

Understand how the eXroid® Treatment works.

What to expect following your eXroid Treatment.

Appointment types, costs and ways to pay.

A complimentary service to remove anal skin tags.

Find out more about eXroid and our mission to help sufferers worldwide.

Meet our faculty of colorectal specialists &  management team.

Read some of our most commonly asked questions.

Browse our published clinical data and sufferer research findings.

Find help and advice on understanding haemorrhoids and the treatments available.

Answer 5 simple questions to track changes in your symptoms & receive advice.

A collection of videos about haemorrhoids symptoms and treatment options.

Haemorrhoid help

Do haemorrhoids get progressively worse?

For many people, haemorrhoids don’t go away. Instead, they can get progressively worse over time, growing in both size and number.

Most chronic sufferers develop haemorrhoids in up to three locations, but these can become circumferential in an unfortunate few, making these more challenging to live with and potentially more challenging to treat.

Fortunately, now, you don’t have to put up with recurring flare-ups and increasing discomfort: eXroid® electrotherapy can be used to treat all grades of haemorrhoids, however large and extensive they might be, as you can see on our Trustpilot reviews.

Where can you get advice and guidance about your condition?

Advice can be found on the internet initially, or by contacting your GP or GP nurse. Internet sources include the NHS website or via if you are seeking the safest active treatment available at the moment.

What should you request when getting a consultation with a medical professional?

It is important when seeking medical advice to be able to first explain your symptoms to your doctor. An examination should follow where the doctor will want to look at your bottom to see what is going on on the outside, undertake a digital examination (finger into the bottom test) to feel what is going on on the inside, and then a proctoscopy to visualise the anal canal and assess what is going on on the inside, including to see if there are any internal haemorrhoids present.

Usually if you have any bleeding it is important to get a referral to a colorectal surgeon for consideration of other investigations to be able to rule out more significant disease such as bowel cancer. Such investigations might include special XR tests or a colonoscopy or flexible sigmoidoscopy, for example.

To organise an appointment with an eXroid consultant, please call us on 0800 999 3777 or click here for all other queries.

We're here to help you

eXroid®: fully regulated and accredited

As a medical device manufacturer, all of our equipment is made and developed in the UK and we are proud to be CE and ISO 13485 accredited by the British Standards Institution BSi.

Our service has been evaluated by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) who have produced two sets of approval guidelines which accredit the treatment as safe and effective (IPG525 and MIB201). eXroid is a registered and regulated service Provider with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as we strive for the highest levels of care and service standards.

The eXroid service is also PCI DSS compliant, giving both financial assurance and security to our patients when they make their payments with us.

Why choose the eXroid® haemorrhoid treatment


The eXroid® treatment takes 30 minutes or less. Effects can be felt from immediately and no waiting for a referral


The procedure is supported and carried out by the UK's leading specialist consultant surgeons in CQC registered clinics


The eXroid® procedure is low risk, as it requires no anaesthetic, cutting or stitching


Get back to your life straightaway, with no time off work needed after the eXroid® procedure


eXroid® electrotherapy is subject to NICE guidance (IPG525 & MIB201), is rated as Outstanding by the CQC and carries the CE mark

Want to understand your piles symptoms better?

Answer some simple questions about the symptoms you are experiencing to get your haemorrhoid severity score and receive advice on what it means and what to do next.