Haemorrhoids (bleeding piles) Treatment Clinic London

Haemorrhoids Treatment At The Sw11 Medical Clinic


Haemorrhoids, also called piles, are swelling of the veins in the lowest part of the rectum and anus. Sometimes the walls of these blood vessels extend so thinly that the veins bulge and get irritated. Infection can cause pain and discomfort.

At the SW11 medical Clinic, we treat haemorrhoids according to their range. In light cases, medications and a change in high-fibre diet can help relieve symptoms. In worse cases, surgery is the only solution.



Treatment of haemorrhoids is dependent on different circumstances. If, for example, you are pregnant, they should appear after labour, so you probably won’t need any treatment or surgery outside of symptom control.

If you have constipation, changing your diet and regular use of laxatives can help. The doctor will also recommend to change a lifestyle to prevent haemorrhoids in the future. If the condition of haemorrhoids is more severe you may need a surgery.

Consultation £70
Consultation with  anaoscopy – rectosigmoidoscopy £80 – £90
Infrared fotocoagulation of hemorrhoids £190
(each subsequent treatment – £150)
Cryosurgery of hemorrhoids (depends on the extensiveness) £150-190
Cryoligation of hemorrhoids (Barron method) £350
(each subsequent treatment – £250)
Sclerotherapy of hemorrhoids £190
Laser removal of anal fissure (depends on the extensiveness) £350 – £550
Laser removal of anal change (polyp, wart, sentinel fold) £250 – £800
Laser removal of anal clot £250 – £350
Laser-cryosurgical removal of anal fistula £350 – £550
Laser removal of genital warts / anal warts / warts of anal canal Few: £250 – £350
Multiple: £350 – £450
Large: £450 – £950
Cryosurgical removal of genital warts / anal warts / warts of anal canal £250 – £650



although they do not eliminate haemorrhoids, creams and suppositories might help. Some haemorrhoidal creams contain steroids that reduce swelling and relieve symptoms.


Banding: :

if the haemorrhoids are more severe, the doctor may recommend an eraser in which the surgeon places the band in the rectum above the haemorrhoid to cut off the blood supply. The tissue dies and shrinks. The treated area becomes a scar tending to pull any remaining haemorrhoid back into the anus. Banding usually doesn’t need an anaesthetic, and most people can get back to their normal activities the next day.



This treatment is an alternative to banding. The doctor injects a chemical solution into the blood vessels in your back passage. This relieves pain by blocking off the blood vessels and causing the tissue to die.



This method consists in replacing the surgical scalpel with a laser beam of a length that allows the removal of diseased tissue by vaporization, without bleeding.



It is a method involving the impact on the hemorrhoidal bump with low temperature produced by specially designed apparatus with appropriate applications – called proctological probes Although the method is technically simple to be effective, it requires a lot of experience in cryosurgery from a proctologist.


Photon coagulation (IRC):

Photocoagulation (infrared coagulation) method based on irradiation of the nodule base at the site of the infusion vessel with the infrared coagulator, resulting in vasoconstriction, reduction of blood flow, and consequent reduction in the volume of the nodule. During one session, you can perform exposure to all nodules; the procedure is repeated every 2-4 weeks


Our main goal is to treat conditions with the wide range of medical devices, by choosing a proper device for each case individually, or by mixing these techniques during one procedure. For example, during the removal of anal purulent fistula, we use laser therapy, cryosurgical therapy and oxygen-ozone therapy. It guarantees the perfect therapeutic effect.




Surgery may be recommended if other treatments for haemorrhoids hasn’t improved your condition, or if non-surgical treatments aren’t appropriate.

During the examination, our doctor can diagnose other conditions than piles.





Anal fissure: this is a tear in the anal canal, usually causing “knife”-like pain and some fresh rectal bleeding. Acute fissures generally resolve within 4 to 6 weeks of appropriate management, and our doctor can prescribe you this.


Perianal abscess: An inflammatory process around the tender back passage, where usually a red spot also occurs. Requires antibiotics and an operation to evacuate the pus.


Anal cancer: a malignant process involving the anus.


Fistula: inflammatory process around the anus, with continuous purulent discharge.


Crohn’s disease: various abnormalities around the anus, and a systematic complex bowel inflammatory disease.