Some young women often see the hemorrhoids after pregnancy, especially if the hemorrhoids may occur severely or frequently in the late pregnancy.Because of the factors of the fetus, they are very anxious and have to ask what happened.
According to preliminary statistics, the incidence of hemorrhoids of pregnant women is about 76%.
There may be the following factors for the reason:
① The uterus and the rectum are close to the rectal. The uterus of pregnancy gradually increases, affecting the return of the vein of the vein at the end of the rectal end hemorrhoids.
② After pregnancy, the uterine compression of the rectum and the amount of exercise are relatively reduced.
③ After pregnancy, the blood flow in the pelvic cavity increased compared to the past, and the original hemorrhoidal arteries were congested;
④ Wing pregnancy hormone and relaxin during pregnancy can expand blood vessels and relax the tissue.Due to the above physiological factors, especially pregnant women who have had hemorrhoids in the past, it is more likely to have an attack. The outpatient clinic due to acute incarceration hemorrhoids (that is, the hemorrhoids cannot be repaid in time after the hemorrhoids are removed.Most pregnant women appear after 6 months of pregnancy.
What should I do if the baby has hemorrhoids?
For pregnant women’s hemorrhoids, different treatment methods should be adopted according to different pregnancy and different conditions.
If the condition is mild, the hemorrhoids are very small or the anus pain is not very serious. I advocate try not to treat it without drugs. If there is edema, use a spoonful of sugar to mix with a spoonful of white sugar.If there is constipation, pregnant women can eat more vegetables and fruits, and use honey to keep their stools smooth if necessary. The efficacy is not obvious. It should also be considered for the laxation of traditional Chinese medicines that have a small impact on pregnancy.In the fetus, the pregnancy period, especially the early days, should not be treated as much as possible.
The strong contraction of the factor in the first three months of pregnancy and the next 3 months can cause miscarriage or premature birth. During this period, surgery should be avoided, but if the disease is severe in the middle period, the patient can consider surgical treatment, but it should be considered.Try not to use antibiotics to avoid affecting the normal development of the fetus. Not only so, but also pay attention to fetal heart and contraction.
Because hemorrhoids are often aggravated after pregnancy, it is recommended that women should treat hemorrhoids before pregnancy, especially patients who often take off should be mentally prepared to avoid unnecessary trouble for you due to the pain of the disease.For women who have a slight hemorrhoids before pregnancy, women who do not have a history of getting off can adjust their diet, appropriate amount of activities, combining work and restraint, rules of defecation, and comfortable mood during pregnancy to reduce the opportunity of hemorrhoids.
If women who are breastfeeding have hemorrhoids, I also advocate that conservative treatment is advocate, especially after the first production, its hemorrhoids are mainly natural production or weakness of the postpartum.By the factors of breastfeeding, try to be conservatively treated, and it is best not to take medicine without oral medicine. You should sit bath with peppercorns and salmon, or apply swelling and pain and relieve Chinese medicine. After edema, hemorrhoids can be relieved naturally.
Doctor Fan Xueshun is the chief physician of the China -Japan Friendship Hospital. He is a well -known expert in anorectal in the country. At the same time, he serves as a member of the first expert committee of the Chinese and Western Medicine Branch of the Chinese Physician Association.
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