Piles Prevention and Advice
There are many questions you may have about piles. Who gets piles? Relief of piles? How common are piles?
With an estimated 8 million Haemorrhoid sufferers in the UK, the condition is more common than people imagine. However, it seems the big problem is that people feel so embarrassed about the subject that they bury their head in the sand and ignore it until it becomes so bad that they can’t ignore it any longer.
To help get over some of the ‘haemorrhoid embarrassment’, we’ve put together some useful information that you can read whilst in the comfort of your own home.
You shouldn’t have to just suffer in silence when the answer to your haemorrhoid problem may be simpler than you thought.
From time to time haemorrhoid sufferers will experience a flare up that can be quite painful. This can be down to a number of factors such as constipation, your piles becoming prolapsed, even using a coarse toilet paper when wiping your bottom can cause small abrasions that will become painful.Learn More