Haemorrhoids are a common problem, especially for people who spend a lot of time sitting or standing. If you have haemorrhoids, you may notice blood in your stool or on toilet paper after a bowel movement. You may also feel pain, itching, and irritation around your anus. Haemorrhoids can be annoying, but they usually aren’t serious and go away on their own.
Effects of haemorrhoids
Haemorrhoids are a common problem, especially in developed countries. They can cause bleeding, pain, itching and irritation around the anus. Haemorrhoid operations are usually performed by a surgeon under general anaesthesia. The cost of haemorrhoid surgery varies from country to country. In Namibia, the average cost of haemorrhoid surgery is about N$ 2 000.
Treatment of Hemorrhoids
If you have haemorrhoids, you may wonder about your treatment options. Haemorrhoids usually go away on their own, but there are also treatments available if they don’t. One option is surgery to remove the haemorrhoids. The cost of this procedure can vary depending on where you have it done. In Namibia, the average cost of a hemorrhoidectomy (surgical removal of haemorrhoids) is between $1,500 and $2,000 USD.