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Suppositories, piles & pain

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catcatcatcat Fri 17-Feb-17 21:31:09

Awful thread title, apologies.

I've had 2 DD's and piles lots in between & after. Latest flare up the Drs can't see the piles & I'm using suppositories like normal while they run some tests etc. Boy are they bloody painful - agony. Is this normal? I've used them plenty of times & they've been absolutely fine - I'm starting to worry that it's not internal piles & there's going to be something else wrong with me. Thanks for answering my terribly embarrassing question!

Imnotaslimjim Fri 17-Feb-17 21:42:24

Internal piles can be incredibly sore. Piles can also leave you prone to fissures which are agony. I've had a chronic fissure for 18 months on and off. The best remedy I've found is something called hemoclin gel. I was astonished at how quickly it worked. I was pain free within 2 doses.

catcatcatcat Sat 18-Feb-17 21:32:12

I'm going to look them up. Thanks. Daren't try another suppository after yesterday's agony!

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