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Haemorrhoids are enlarged blood vessels in the rectal area and are particularly common during Pregnancy and immediately after childbirth. They are most likely caused by a low-fibre diet and a sedentary lifestyle, haemorrhoids cause their sufferers Pain, Itching, and abnormal bleeding into stool or toilet tissue. "Straining" during bathroom use or sitting for prolonged periods may contribute to the problem.

Haemorrhoids may be internal (in the anal canal), periphery (on the exterior of the anus), or a combination.


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B Complex
Bioflavonoids (3)
Fibre (2)
Vitamin A
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Vitamin E (5)


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2. Moesgaard F, Nielsen ML, Hansen JB, Knudsen JT. High-fibre diet reduces bleeding and Pain in patients with haemorrhoids. Dis Colon Rectum 1982;25:454-56.
3. Wadworth AN, et al. Hydroxyethylrutosides: a review of its pharmacology and therapeutic efficacy in venous insufficiency and related disorders. Drugs 44: 1013-1032, 1992.
4. Ringsdorf WM Jr, Cheraskin E: Vitamin C and Human Wound Healing, Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol, 53(3), Mar 1982, p 231-236.
5. Kagoma P, et al: The effect of Vitamin E on experimentally induced peritoneal adhesions in mice, Arch Surg, 120(8), Aug 1985, p 949-951