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WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL HAEMORRHOIDS?
It should be kept in mind that the origin of flare-ups of haemorrhoids is the inflammation of the local venous plexus.

External haemorrhoids are located around the anus and are distinguished by the shape in the form of small swellings around the anal area.

Internal haemorrhoids are inside the anus, along the anal canal and are often the cause of bleeding during a bowel movement.

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