The different types of haemorrhoids
Haemorrhoids can come in a number of different types and sizes.
The exact nature and type of haemorrhoid that you may be suffering with can only be determined after undergoing a proper examination by a medical professional.
To help you understand a little more about the different haemorrhoid types and how they may affect your life, we’ve put together a few pages that hopefully shed some light on what to look out for.
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