It can be said that there are no absolute indications for surgical treatment of haemorrhoids, because haemorrhoids may cause inconvenient or unpleasant symptoms but are not responsible for serious health risks. Indeed, numerous patients make this assessment for themselves by never seeking out a doctor for any relief of their symptoms. Patients are well aware that haemorrhoids are a source of discomfort rather than risk, and are often afraid of medical treatments, which they apprehend to be at least embarrassing and at worst, extremely painful. Also, in certain families which are prone to develop haemorrhoidal disease, they know that recurrence of haemorrhoids after treatment is not uncommon.
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