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    Need relief for painful, itching hemorrhoids? Better yet, how would you like to prevent flare-ups in the first place? About 10 million Americans suffer from hemorrhoids, which are swollen veins in the rectum or around the anus. They can be internal or external. External hemorrhoids more commonly cau

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