How To Treat Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy | Children




How to treat hemorrhoids during pregnancy

Hemorrhoids occurs in pregnant women are often, but for a long time, this disease does not manifest itself. Mom does not feel "nothing", and hemorrhoids become an unpleasant surprise during normal scheduled visit a gynecologist or surgeon. Even if during pregnancy the future mother did not bother itching in the anus and painful bowel movements (these are signs of the first stage of hemorrhoids) hemorrhoids can worsen during childbirth - this happens in 50% of women. After all, when the baby passes through the pelvis are pressed mothers organs and tissues, and the first to suffer venous plexus.

How to treat hemorrhoids during pregnancy

You will need:

- dairy products - foods with fiber - vegetables - fruit - a cool shower - a small pillow.

Instruction how to treat hemorrhoids during pregnancy

Step 1:

Expectant mother is necessary to establish the bowels. Her friends - fruits and vegetables, dairy products and foods rich in fiber, and enemies - salty, spicy, spicy, peppered, marinated dishes and, of course, alcoholic beverages - all this strengthens the blood filling of the veins of the pelvic day and, above all, hemorrhoidal venous plexus .

Step 2:

To deal with hemorrhoids will charge: useful 2 - 3 times a day for 15 minutes lying on your back with the raised position of the pelvis (for example, a small pillow).

Step 3:

It is important to avoid hypothermia (especially the lower body). Pregnant women should not sit down on the cold surfaces. Also, they should avoid prolonged work in standing or sitting position.

Step 4:

After each bowel movement is to wash with cool water. It is possible to arrange a brief (up to a minute) ascending cold irrigation of the anal region, turning the shower jets up.

Step 5:

Complication doctor may prescribe a special local drugs permitted for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding, which not only help deal with the symptoms of hemorrhoids, but also contribute to the softening of intestinal contents.