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Haemorrhoidectomy

by Etienne Moore — last modified 2007-04-02 18:12

This is an operation where haemorrhoids are cut out.  The procedure can be very painful afterwards and patients often require strong painkillers.  Oral laxatives are required as constipation can make the discomfort worse.

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