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Haemorrhoids (piles) are abnormally large or painful conglomerates of blood vessels, supporting tissues, and overlying mucous membranes or skin in the anorectal area. The veins in the rectal area contain no valves, so factors that increase congestion of blood flow in the region can lead to haemorrhoid formation. Those that are external are called “piles”.

The common causes of anal itching include: tissue trauma from excessive use of harsh toilet paper, candida albicans (a yeast infection), parasitic infections, and food allergies. A high-fibre diet is perhaps the most important component in the prevention of haemorrhoids. Flavonoid preparations have been helpful in relieving haemorrhoids by strengthening the veins.



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