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HEMOpran - Treatment and prevention of hemorroids

Varicose hemorrhoidal syndrome (internal and externalhemorrhoids)


  • Excessive straining during defecation

  • Constipation and diarrhoea

  • Orthostatism and sedentary life

  • Obesity

  • Pregnancy and childbirth

  • Unbalanced diet

  • Family heredity (genetic)

  • Weakening of the connective tissue at the anal level  (age)

  • Hormonal disorders

  • Bad hygiene habits

Common symptoms associated with hemorrhoids

  • Itching and irritation
  • Pain during defecation
  • Burning
  • Bleeding
  • Oedema and congestion
  • Irritation due to friction of faeces

Why use HEMOpran treatment

  • Safe and effective formulations for the treatment of hemorrhoid symptoms (itching, burning and pain) at the anal and perioral area

  • Anaesthetic and cortisone free

  • Possibility of prolonged use for people prone to relapse and for pregnant women.


Hemopran cream 

HEMOpran Protective endorectal cream is recommended as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of varicose hemorrhoidal syndrome (internal and external hemorrhoids) and irritations of the anal and perianal skin and mucous membrane. Thanks to the formation of a protective and lubricating film, it prevents common irritations created by friction, and relieves pain, burning and itching in the case of hemorrhoids, often caused by constipation, sedentary life, orthostasis and pregnancy. It contains natural extracts with soothing and rejuvenating action. Without cortisone derivatives, dyes and synthetic fragrances.

It is recommended to relieve the symptoms of hemorrhoids

  • Ruscus Aculeatus
  • Hamamelis virginiana
  • Aesculus hippocastanum
  • Aloe vera
  • Biotechnological Avenanrthramide 

Hemopran Cleanser 125 ml

For the area around the anus

Thanks to its formula, it cleanses the delicate perianal area and provides a pleasant sensation of freshness and well-being, relieving it from the itching. It is recommended for everyday use, even for the sensitive skin of children and the elderly. It does not alter the normal balance of the external sensitive area and protects against bacterial attacks.

  • Natural extract of Ruscus Aculeatus with soothing and emollient action
  • Natural extract of  Tribulus Terrestris with natural antibacterial properties
  • Prebiotic fibres to strengthen the natural defences of the external intimate area. S

SLES and silicone free. Paraben and thiazolinone free. No pigments. Dermatologically tested. Nickel, Chrome, Cobalt, Zinc and Palladium tested (less than 0.00001%).

Pregnancy and childbirth

During pregnancy and after childbirth, hormone changes and increased intra-abdominal
pressure predispose women to hemorrhoids. It is estimated that 25% to 35% of pregnant women suffer from this condition. In certain populations, up to 85% of pregnant women are affected by hemorrhoids during the third trimester of pregnancy. Hemorrhoids in pregnant women are common because they are favored by different factors:

  • from the 3rd to the 23rd week of pregnancy hormone changes pregnancycause hemorrhoids, with progressive increase in oestrogens and especially in progestretrone which makes the intestine less efficient;
  • from the 24th week on,  hormonal factors are associated with mechanical factors, that is weight gain, pelvic venous congestion syndrome, increased uterine volume and reduced physical activity;

  • moreover, especially if childbirth is difficult, it is more likely to develop hemorrhoids and stretch marks in the postpartum period;

  • having had two or more pregnancies, the risk of developing hemorrhoids rises up to 20% -30%.

Therefore, it is absolutely recommended to change your lifestyle, to take the suitable amount of fibres and liquids through the diet, to maintain a normal body weight (with a weight gain not exceeding 12 to14 kg maximum). It is also suggested to have a proper daily hygiene using cleaners with acidic pH, to use emollient and astringent substances that help improve micro-circulation and muscle tone, always according to your doctor's advice.


1. Abramowitz L, Sobhani I, Benifla JL, Vuagnat A, Daraï E, Mignon M, et al. Anal fissure and thrombosed external hemorrhoids before and after delivery. Dis Colon Rectum 2002;45(5):650-5.
2. Abramowitz L, Batallan A. Epidemiology of anal lesions (fissure and thrombosed external hemorroid) during pregnancy and post-partum.  Gynecol Obstet Fertil 2003;31(6):546-9.
3. Gojnic M, Dugalic V, Papic M, Vidakovic S, Milicevic S, Pervulov M. The significance of detailed examination of hemorrhoids during pregnancy. Clin ExpObstet Gynecol 2005;32(2):183-4.