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Does the CRH System hurt? The short answer is, “no.” Most patients feel no pain from hemorrhoid banding, even during recovery. And those who do, typically report their pain as minor – just a slight fullness in the rectum, or a dull ache.
According to a study of more than 6,500 patients and 20,000 banded hemorrhoids published in 2010, only 0.5% of CRH patients – that’s just 1 in 200 – reported significant post-hemorrhoid banding pain or bleeding, compared with 4-29% of patients who received other types of banding procedures.
The CRH System minimizes pain by using a gentle suction device instead of harsh metal clamps. It also places the bands up around the base of the hemorrhoid, where there are no painful nerve endings.
If you do feel a pinching sensation during your treatment, notify your doctor immediately as it can easily be resolved, and you’ll be back on your way to a pain-free hemorrhoid recovery.
With CRH, your doctor’s visit will be quick and pain-free – not to mention, it’s more than 99% effective at relieving hemorrhoids. Why not get help with your hemorrhoids now? Find a hemorrhoid physician today.