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There are some simple steps you can take to help prevent haemorrhoids such as drinking plenty of water and eating a high-fibre diet such as pasta, bread, rice, fresh fruit and vegetables. Also – avoid heavy lifting or strenuous exercise.
There are many very effective treatments for haemorrhoids available. Treating yourself with a suitable product can often mean that you’ll clear up the problem.
You may prefer to use Germoloids HC Spray – a convenient spray treatment for haemorrhoids. The spray is easy to use and has a non-touch application providing a metered dose every time. The soothing and cooling formulation can be sprayed on the area with no mess. It is a hygienic, convenient and portable format which means you can keep it close for when you need it.
In addition to its local anaesthetic content which helps to soothe the pain fast, HC Spray contains hydrocortisone, which works as an anti-inflammatory to help reduce swelling.
In some stores this product will be behind the counter, however, in the majority of stores this will be available in the main fixture with the rest of the range.
Germoloids treatments are available in a variety of other formats. Please see The Germoloids range for further information.
If haemorrhoids are bad enough to cause you a lot of pain or interfere with your daily life, then you must seek medical advice.
If you would like to speak to a trained healthcare professional about haemorrhoids, then call the Germoloids Advice Line on 0845 60 10 901 .